In Bohemian Rhapsody (2018), the movie about the British band Queen, the scene that sticks in my mind depicts the Live Aid concert in London in 1985. Freddie Mercury belts out their best-loved songs and the crowd is singing along, swaying, clapping, and stamping its feet. I could empathize a potent sense of togetherness in the audience, a feeling of cohesion between thousands of fans, coming not only from a shared enjoyment of watching the band but, more importantly, from being part of the music-making.

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Source: The Week