Take a Moment, Turn Up the Volume, & Listen to This INSANE "I'm a Woman" from Concert for America
January 23rd, 2017
by Josh Ferri
Stars from stage and screen came together at New York's Town Hall on January 20 for the inaugural Concert for America: Stand Up, Sing Out!, a new monthly series that will raise awareness and money for national organizations dedicated to protecting civil rights, women’s health and environmental protection.
The concert received several standing ovations from the crowd, but here in our office, we gave a mid-afternoon standing ovation to Broadway's badass ladies Julia Murney, Caissie Levy, Anika Larsen, and Shayna Steele as they slayed the Smokey Joe's Cafe showstopper "I'm a Woman". Buckle up for all the belting, and free your hands now so you can snap and wave.
Here are 11 reactions we had to hearing these ladies.
When Julia Murney started.
The moment I gave my first praise hand
:44 seconds in when I saw Caissie Levy was not here to play
Which quickly became
Anika Larsen was giving me all kinds of life
Me at 1:45 no filter
Then Shayna Steele comes in at 1:56
*Snapping* *Finger waving* *Praise hand*
When all four ladies come together at 2:18
Me playing 2:35 through the end on repeat for the last 20 minutes
And scene. PS: I need oxygen.
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