Live entertainment and art will always be necessary to provide a human connection from a communicator to an audience. Even since people have been able to possess recorded music, they have still taken time and effort out of their lives to be able to experience live music. The two have always been separate, and contain a different energy, both with their time and place. The line will soon become thinner on what constitutes a live art performance, since more and more will be done by the computers. But we will still need the human element in performance, the genuineness, the imperfection, and knowledge that the communicator of the art is a person just like us.