In desperate need of a pick-me-up? Never fear because a video compiling Brendon Urie’s best live vocals was released, and you can assume it’s amazing.
Check it out below!
The tracks in the video cover an array of Urie’s career as P!ATD frontman, including his performance of Billy Joel’s “Big Shot” at the 2013 Kennedy Center Honors and an acoustic performance in 2011 of “Nine in the Afternoon” and “The Ballad of Mona Lisa.”
The video also includes performances you might have missed, like that very surreal time Urie covered Aerosmith’s “Dream On” for the 2013 Miss Universe pageant—accompanied by an odd display of compressed air atop a piano—to the stripped down days of Pretty. Odd. with “The Green Gentleman.”
Check out the compilation video below!
Currently, Urie is on Broadway as Charlie Price in Kinky Boots, but in a recent interview, it’s clear he hasn’t slacked off in his responsibilities to the band.
“When we have the two-a-days, I don’t leave,” he says. “I stay there and work on music and tour ideas…There’s no way I can’t let some of the Broadway production seep into it. That’s something that’s Panic! always done, we’ve always wanted to create that production show, just mimicking Cirque du Soleil and Broadway shows, so I think that’s going to continue and only get better now that I’ve had some hands-on experience with it. I can’t wait for a live show and an album. I think it’s just going to be a lot of fun.”
With Urie's run on Kinky Boots ending in August, it’s safe to say Panic!’s next album will be show-stopping, and hopefully it'll be coming soon.
What’s your favorite live performance by Brendon Urie? Let us know in the comments!
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