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Quarantine Livestreams: A List of Live Virtual Concerts to Watch

Stay connected with Neil Young, Ben Gibbard, Miley Cyrus, Rufus Wainwright, Yo Yo Ma and more

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    With all tours and events grounded because of the coronavirus, artists have been using livestreaming to stay close to their fans. Below, you’ll find an updated list of livestreams scheduled for the coming days and details on how to watch them. In particular, fans can catch Dave Matthews, Neil Young, Charli XCX, Miley Cyrus, Ben Gibbard, Rufus Wainwright, Peter Bjorn and John, Big Freedia, Christine and the Queens, Amanda Shires, and more.

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    Tuesday, April 7th

    Goo Goo Dolls Take Over Consequence of Sound’s Instagram

    When: Tuesday, April 7th at 12:00 p.m. EDT

    Where: Instagram

    Go Go Dolls will host an exclusive livestream and answer fan-submitted questions.

    La Blogothèque’s “Stay Away Shows”

    When: Tuesday, April 7th at 2:00 p.m. EDT

    Where: Instagram

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    La Blogothèque is offering a new spin on its beloved “Take Away Shows” with “Stay Away Shows”. As they explain it, “We want our entire community and all music lovers to have access to their favourite artists and discover new talents during the confinement period. That’s why we’re launching the ‘Stay Away Shows’. Every day, at 7pm Paris time, 2pm NYC time, 11am LA time, on our Instagram, friends from The Blogothèque will come and play a live show with a lot of surprises. Please, stay home, stay safe.”

    Early editions have featured Francis Lung, Okay Kaya, Andrew Bird, Kevin Morby, and more.

    M. Ward

    When: Tuesday, April 7th at 2:00 p.m. EDT

    Where: NPR.org

    M. Ward will celebrate the release of his new album by performing a live session for NPR Music.

    Melissa Etheridge

    When: Tuesday, April 7th at 3:00 p.m. EDT

    Where: Facebook

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    Melissa Etheridge is performing live on Facebook everday on at 3:00 p.m. EST.

    Brendan Benson’s “Boy in a Bubble”

    When: Tuesday, April 7th at 5:20 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    The Raconteurs’ Brendan Benson has announced “Boy In A Bubble”, a daily series of livestreamed solo performances. Benson will perform one song per day, pulling from all points of his storied career and premiering material from his upcoming solo album Dear Life.

    Amanda Shires’ “I So Lounging”

    When: Tuesday, April 7th at 6:30 p.m. EDT

    Where: YouTube

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    Amanda Shires has been staging daily live performances on YouTube with her husband Jason Isbell. Past performances have featured songs from her collaborative project The Highwomen and a cover of Warren Zevon.

    Phish’s “Dinner and a Movie”

    When: Tuesdays at 8:30 p.m. EST

    Where: LivePhish.com

    Each Tuesday for the foreseeable future, Phish will air a full show for free from their LivePhish.com archive. Each broadcast will begin promptly at 8:30 p.m. EDT.

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    Phish will also provide fans with recommended in-home recipes so they can cook along and enjoy dinner while watching the show.

    Lastly, each show will provide fans with the opportunity to donate to a non-profit hand-picked by the band.

    Drew Holcomb’s “Kitchen Covers”

    When: Tuesday, April 7th at 9:00 p.m. EDT

    Where: Instagram and Facebook

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    Drew Holcomb is making the most of his time in self-quarantine by creating the “Kitchen Covers” series that streams every evening at 9:00 p.m. EST via Instagram and Facebook. So far, he’s covered songs by The Avett Brothers, Tom Petty, U2, and Kenny Rogers.

    Diplo’s “Corona World Tour”

    When: Tuesday, April 7th at 10:00 p.m. EDT

    Where: YouTube, Twitch, and Instagram

    For the duration of social distancing/quarantine practices in the U.S., Diplo will livestream DJ sets from his house five nights per week. The streams will be themed in line with Diplo’s interests: “A Very Lazer Sunday”, paying homage to his group, Major Lazer’s, dancehall and reggae roots airing Sundays at 7:00 p.m. EST; a mixed-bag “Ronatronix” set Tuesdays at 10:00 p.m. EST (the name a throwback to the iconic Hollertronix parties that launched his career); country-flecked variety show “The Thomas Wesley Show Thursdays” at 10:00 p.m. EST; ambient “Corona Sabbath Fridays” at 10:00 p.m. EST; and a good, old fashioned “Coronight Feve”r rave Saturday nights at 11:00 p.m. EST.

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    Major publishers and record labels will allow the archived streams to live on YouTube and to be monetized by respective rights holders, with royalties being paid to all those whose music is played in the shows.

    Jeff Tweedy and Family

    When: Tuesday, April 7th at 10:15 p.m. EDT

    Where: Instagram

    Each evening at 10:15 p.m. EST, Jeff Tweedy and his family perform on their @stuffinourhouse Instagram page.

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    Rufus Wainwright’s “Musical Everydays”

    When: Tuesday, April 7th

    Where: Instagram

    In a series he’s calling “Musical Everydays,” Rufus Wainwright is performing one song from his catalog everyday on piano. Early installments have seen him play “Grey Gardens”, “The Art Teacher”, and “Vibrate”.

    “In these dire times, I want to share some music with you all from the warmth and comfort of our home in Los Angeles. Hopefully you’re at your homes with your loved ones as well. We have to stay positive and I feel that music and art are a large part of what gets us through times like these. It’s even more essential to be reminded about what it really means to be human: compassionate, caring, creative,” Wainwright says.

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    UnCancelled Music Festival

    When: April 7th – April 9th

    Watch: UnCancealledMusicFestival.com

    From April 2nd-9th, the Los Angeles venues are gathering together for a virtual week-long festival featuring indie artists to support them during the COVID-19 crisis. Explore virtual stages from venues like The Hotel Cafe and more, all while supporting Recording Academy’s MusiCares Emergency Financial Assistance Fund.

    Featuring performances from Colbie Caillat, Josh Radnor, Katie Pruitt, Molly Tuttle, William Fitzsimmons, Kevin Garrett, Emily Kinney, Ben Wylen, and more.

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    World Cafe & Royal Mountain’s “World Tour”

    When: Daily

    Where: Instagram

    Royal Mountain Records and World Cafe have announced their co-presentation of the “World Tour” live stream series. The series runs nightly throughout April at 7:00 p.m. EST, with each evening featuring two artists from different countries performing live via Royal Mountain’s Instagram.

    Scheduled performers include Ezra Furman, Hatchie, Manchester Orchestra, Dan Boeckner, Hannah Georgas, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, The Beths, Nap Eyes, Tim Burgess, Moaning, Tim Baker, and more.

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    Chad Smith’s Drum Covers

    When: Daily

    Where: Instagram

    Each day, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Chad Smith posts a video of himself drumming along to a classic song.

    Upcoming Livestreams

    M. Ward

    When: Wednesday, April 8th at 2:00 p.m. EDT

    Where: YouTube

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    To celebrate the release of his already highly lauded tenth album, M. Ward will perform a concert from his home in Southern California on Wednesday, April 8th at 2:00 p.m. EST. The concert will be streamed on NPR Music Live Sessions, YouTube and Facebook in partnership with Record Store Day. Ward will also perform on an upcoming broadcast from The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

    “ISOL-AID: Lunch Without Borders”

    When: Wednesday, April 8th

    Where: Instagram

    Taking place over 2 hours from 11.30 a.m Australian eastern time this Wednesday, Lunch Without Borders will see 5 artists from around the globe play a short Instagram Live concert for their Australian fans via ISOL-AID’s growing platform. They’ll be joined by 3 local Australian artists throughout the event. ISOL-AID launched 3 weeks ago and has run a live streaming festival over consecutive weekends and has been warmly embraced by the Australian music community.

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    Scheduled performers include Shura, Julien Baker, Asgeir, Nanna from Of Monsters and Men, Overcoats, Gordi, and more.

    Kvelertak 

    When: Friday, April 10th at 3:00 p.m. EDT

    Where: Vierlive

    Kvelertak have announced “Live From Your Living Room”, a 60-minute livestream taking place from the venue Artilleriverkstedet in Norway.

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    In addition, there will be an option for fans to chat live to each other and the band, with a special event t-shirt available to order, plus merch bundles from the 2020 tour, which was halted early due to the developing COVID-19 pandemic. There is no restriction on the number of fans that can participate and virtual tickets can be purchased at the time via credit card, Paypal, or the Norwegian mobile payment system VIPPS.

    Overcoats Take Over Consequence of Sound’s Instagram

    When: Friday, April 10th

    Where: Instagram

    Overcoats will host an exclusive livestream on our Instagram page.

    “Co-Trilla Quarantine Sessions”

    When: April 10th-12th

    Where: YouTube

    Triller, the AI-powered music video “social streaming” platform, presents “Co-Trilla Quarantine Sessions,” an epic three-day music festival April 10th-12th, 2020 to benefit COVID-19 relief efforts. Produced by Propagate along with Proxima Media’s Daniel Herther, the curated festival content will stream on Triller’s YouTube channel. Jay Pharoah, noted actor, stand-up comedian, impressionist, rapper, and voice actor, will host the event in collaboration with five-time Emmy nominated writer and creator Chris Case.

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    Scheduled participants include Migos, Snoop Dogg, Kash Doll, G Herbo, Rich the Kid, Gallant, and more.

    “DIYsolation Festival”

    When: April 10th-12th

    Where: Instagram

    DIY Magazine announces “DIYsolation Festival” featuring Pale Waves, Creeper, Metronomy’s Anna Prior, Marika Hackman, Sports Team, Peace, Peach Pit, Black Honey, and more.

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    As well as offering fans the chance to connect with artists, DIYsolation Festival will also raise money by enabling donations to Help Musicians, a charity that has been instrumental in supporting members of the music industry during the COVID-19 outbreak.

    “Human to Human”

    When: Saturday, April 11th at 12:00 p.m. EDT

    Where: Facebook

    In a time of isolation and uncertainty, music can be both universal and unifying. Today artists have joined together to announce Human To Human, a Facebook Live Benefit Event taking place on Saturday, April 11th from noon to midnight ET. All proceeds from the event will benefit PLUS1’s COVID-19 Relief Fund working in conjunction with MusiCares and Sweet Relief. Viewers will be to contribute via Facebook’s Donate feature or by texting PLUS1H2H to 50155.

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    Confirmed performances include Alec Bejanim, Andrew McMahon, Butch Walker, Grouplove, Hunter Hayes, Jensen McRae, Jewel, Lauren Daigle, Lucie Silvas, Nicolas Petricca (Walk The Moon), Sam Nelson Harris (X Ambassadors), Skylar Grey, Tim McIlrath (Rise Against), Tori Kelly, and more.

    “Nether Meant Festival”

    When: Saturday, April 11th at 6:00 p.m. EDT

    Where:

    Open Pit and Anamanaguchi have announced the “Nether Meant Festival,” an evening in the video game Minecraft, featuring virtual performances by American Football, Anamanaguchi, and more to benefit Good360.

    The festival is being headlined by Polyvinyl labelmates, American Football and Anamanaguchi. Both bands released new albums on Midwest indie label in 2019 – including American Football’s critically praised LP3, and Anamanaguchi’s long-awaited [USA]. Other confirmed acts include Hana, Iglooghost, Skylar Spence, and more.

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    “People Supporting Artists Telethon”

    When: Saturday, April 11th at 7:00 p.m. EDT

    Where: PeopleSupportingArtists.com

    Rosanne Cash, John Oates, Keb’ Mo’, Soccer Mommy, and Shovels & Rope are banding together for a new online telethon to raise money for the MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund. The “People Supporting Artists Telethon” will air live from Nashville on Saturday, April 11th, at 7 p.m. ET.

    The telethon will mix at-home musical performances with a lo-fi throwback vibe, skits, and personal stories from those who have benefited from MusiCares. Other performers include Los Lobos’ David Hidalgo and Louie Pérez, Lucie Silvas with Brothers Osborne’s John Osborne, Rival Sons singer Jay Buchanan, Lee Brice, Molly Tuttle, JD McPherson, Langhorne Slim, Kelsey Waldon, Jim Lauderdale, and songwriter Jamie Kent, who spearheaded the telethon with fellow musician Aaron Shafer-Haiss.

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    The Struts’ “Sunday Service”

    When: Sundays

    Where: YouTube

    Each Sunday, The Struts present “Sunday Service”, filmed live from their individual homes in Los Angeles.

    Andra Bocelli’s Music For Hope”

    When: Sunday, April 12th

    Where: YouTube

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    On Easter Sunday (April 12, 2020), Italian tenor and global music icon Andrea Bocelli will give a solo performance at the historic Duomo, the cathedral of Milan, Italy, by invitation of the City and of the cathedral, and thanks to the hospitality of the Archpriest and the Veneranda Fabbrica del Duomo.

    Destructo

    When: Sunday, April 12th

    Where: Twitch

    Destructo will deliver a Sunrise Sermon DJ set on Easter Sunday. The livestream will begin at 8:30 a.m. EST.

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    “Closer in Crisis”

    When: Thursday, April 16th at 8:00 p.m. EDT

    Where: YouTube

    Sound Mind has announced an interactive virtual music benefit concert, Closer in Crisis. This pioneering benefit concert will feature at-home, streamed performances from Chad Urmston of Dispatch, Taylor Goldsmith of Dawes, Langhorne Slim, Foy Vance, Jade Bird, Ballroom Thieves and more, to build a community of support and open dialogue around mental health amidst the COVID-19 crisis.

    The event will be hosted by comedian Chris Gethard, and feature spoken word by world poetry slam
    finalist Patrick Roche. Experts from Mental Health America, American Psychological Association,
    and National Alliance on Mental Illness of New York City will provide information on virtual mental
    health resources, support programs, and best practices for self-care while social distancing. The event
    will be streamed on Thursday, April 16th at 8:00 p.m. EST via YouTube.

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    “One World: Together At Home”

    When: Saturday, April 18th at 8:00 p.m. EDT

    International advocacy organization Global Citizen and the World Health Organization (WHO) have announced “One World: Together At Home”, a global broadcast special to honor and support healthcare workers in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.The event will air simultaneously on ABC, CBS, and NBC, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, Stephen Colbert, and Jimmy Fallon.

    Taking place on Saturday, April 18th and curated by Lady Gaga, the broadcast will include Alanis Morissette, Andrea Bocelli, Billie Eilish, Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day, Burna Boy, Chris Martin, David Beckham, Eddie Vedder, Elton John, FINNEAS, Idris and Sabrina Elba, J Balvin, John Legend, Kacey Musgraves, Keith Urban, Kerry Washington, Lang Lang, Lizzo, Maluma, Paul McCartney, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Shah Rukh Khan and Stevie Wonder, as well as real experiences from doctors, nurses, and families around the world.

    Neil Young’s “Fireside Sessions”

    When: TBA

    Where: Neil Young Archives

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    On a semi-regular basis, Neil Young will host “Fireside Sessions” from his home in Telluride, Colorado. “Because we are all at home and not venturing out, we will try to do a stream from my fireplace with my lovely wife [Daryl Hannah] filming. It will be a down-home production, a few songs, a little time together,” explains the songwriting legend.

    The initial episode featured a six-song set with performances of “Vampire Blues”, “Razor Love”, and “Tell Me Why”.

    Yo-Yo Ma’s “Songs of Comfort”

    When: TBA

    Where: Instagram

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    On a semi-regular basis, Yo-Yo Ma will perform live on Instagram. “In these days of anxiety, I wanted to find a way to continue to share some of the music that gives me comfort,” he says.

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    Monday, April 6th

    La Blogothèque’s “Stay Away Shows”

    When: Monday, April 6th at 2:00 p.m. EDT

    Where: Instagram

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    La Blogothèque is offering a new spin on its beloved “Take Away Shows” with “Stay Away Shows”. As they explain it, “We want our entire community and all music lovers to have access to their favourite artists and discover new talents during the confinement period. That’s why we’re launching the ‘Stay Away Shows’. Every day, at 7pm Paris time, 2pm NYC time, 11am LA time, on our Instagram, friends from The Blogothèque will come and play a live show with a lot of surprises. Please, stay home, stay safe.”

    Early editions have featured Francis Lung, Okay Kaya, Andrew Bird, Kevin Morby, and more.

    Billie Joe Armstrong’s “No Fun Mondays”

    When: Mondays

    Where: YouTube

    Each Monday, Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong will release a new cover song.

    Melissa Etheridge

    When: Monday, April 6th at 3:00 p.m. EDT

    Where: Facebook

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    Melissa Etheridge is performing live on Facebook everday on at 3:00 p.m. EST.

    U.S. Girls’ “Live From the Bunker”

    When: Monday, April 6th at 4:00 p.m. EDT

    Where: YouTube

    U.S. Girls shares a previously unseen studio performance session. Starting at 4pm EDT fans can tune in live on the 4AD YouTube channel to watch “Live From The Bunker” and join in on the live chat.

    The National’s “An Exciting Communal Event”

    When: Monday at April 6th at 5:00 p.m. EDT

    Where: YouTube

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    The National announced an ongoing series, “An Exciting Communal Event”, where they will surprise fans every Monday at 5:00p EDT with even more content from their vaults, including classic live sets, and some unseen and little-seen footage for fans to enjoy during this time at home. The series aims to drive donations to The National roadcrew financial relief cause – there will be avenues to donate highlighted on YouTube during the events.

    Brendan Benson’s “Boy in a Bubble”

    When: Monday, April 6th at 5:20 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    The Raconteurs’ Brendan Benson has announced “Boy In A Bubble”, a daily series of livestreamed solo performances. Benson will perform one song per day, pulling from all points of his storied career and premiering material from his upcoming solo album Dear Life.

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    Amanda Shires’ “I So Lounging”

    When: Monday, April 6th at 6:30 p.m. EDT

    Where: YouTube

    Amanda Shires has been staging daily live performances on YouTube with her husband Jason Isbell. Past performances have featured songs from her collaborative project The Highwomen and a cover of Warren Zevon.

    Metallica’s “#MetallicaMondays”

    When: Monday, April 6th at 8:00 p.m. EDT

    Where: YouTube

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    #MetallicaMondays is Metallica’s new weekly concert series. The series sees the band posting archived sets of live performances from over the years. The first broadcast premiered on March 23rd and featured their June 2019 performance at Ireland’s Slane Castle. The latest one is Live in Paris, France – September 8th, 2017, which debuted this past Monday.

    H.E.R.’s “Girls With Guitars”

    When: Monday, April 6th at 9:00 p.m. EDT

    Where: Instagram

    H.E.R. has announced “Girls With Guitars,” her weekly Instagram live performance and conversation series, starting today at 8:00 p.m. EDT. During each live session, H.E.R. along with her vast array of guitars will perform songs from her catalog as well as covers and take fan requests. H.E.R. will also invite celebrity female guitarists to perform and engage in a lively conversation about music and life.

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    Drew Holcomb’s “Kitchen Covers”

    When: Monday, April 6th at 9:00 p.m. EDT

    Where: Instagram and Facebook

    Drew Holcomb is making the most of his time in self-quarantine by creating the “Kitchen Covers” series that streams every evening at 9:00 p.m. EST via Instagram and Facebook. So far, he’s covered songs by The Avett Brothers, Tom Petty, U2, and Kenny Rogers.

    Jeff Tweedy and Family

    When: Monday, April 6th at 10:15 p.m. EDT

    Where: Instagram

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    Each evening at 10:15 p.m. EST, Jeff Tweedy and his family perform on their @stuffinourhouse Instagram page.

    Rufus Wainwright’s “Musical Everydays”

    When: Monday, April 6th

    Where: Instagram

    In a series he’s calling “Musical Everydays,” Rufus Wainwright is performing one song from his catalog everyday on piano. Early installments have seen him play “Grey Gardens”, “The Art Teacher”, and “Vibrate”.

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    “In these dire times, I want to share some music with you all from the warmth and comfort of our home in Los Angeles. Hopefully you’re at your homes with your loved ones as well. We have to stay positive and I feel that music and art are a large part of what gets us through times like these. It’s even more essential to be reminded about what it really means to be human: compassionate, caring, creative,” Wainwright says.

    UnCancelled Music Festival

    When: April 6th – April 9th

    Watch: UnCancealledMusicFestival.com

    From April 2nd-9th, the Los Angeles venues are gathering together for a virtual week-long festival featuring indie artists to support them during the COVID-19 crisis. Explore virtual stages from venues like The Hotel Cafe and more, all while supporting Recording Academy’s MusiCares Emergency Financial Assistance Fund.

    Advertisement

    Featuring performances from Colbie Caillat, Josh Radnor, Katie Pruitt, Molly Tuttle, William Fitzsimmons, Kevin Garrett, Emily Kinney, Ben Wylen, and more.

    World Cafe & Royal Mountain’s “World Tour”

    When: Daily

    Where: Instagram

    Royal Mountain Records and World Cafe have announced their co-presentation of the “World Tour” live stream series. The series runs nightly throughout April at 7:00 p.m. EST, with each evening featuring two artists from different countries performing live via Royal Mountain’s Instagram.

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    Scheduled performers include Ezra Furman, Hatchie, Manchester Orchestra, Dan Boeckner, Hannah Georgas, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, The Beths, Nap Eyes, Tim Burgess, Moaning, Tim Baker, and more.

    Chad Smith’s Drum Covers

    When: Daily

    Where: Instagram

    Each day, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Chad Smith posts a video of himself drumming along to a classic song.

    Sunday, April 5th

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    La Blogothèque’s “Stay Away Shows”

    When: Sunday, April 5th at 2:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    La Blogothèque is offering a new spin on its beloved “Take Away Shows” with “Stay Away Shows”. As they explain it, “We want our entire community and all music lovers to have access to their favourite artists and discover new talents during the confinement period. That’s why we’re launching the ‘Stay Away Shows’. Every day, at 7pm Paris time, 2pm NYC time, 11am LA time, on our Instagram, friends from The Blogothèque will come and play a live show with a lot of surprises. Please, stay home, stay safe.”

    Early editions have featured Francis Lung, Okay Kaya, Andrew Bird, Kevin Morby, and more.

    Melissa Etheridge

    When: Sunday, April 5th at 3:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Facebook

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    Melissa Etheridge is performing live on Facebook everday on at 3:00 p.m. EST.

    Steve Earle

    When: Sunday, April 5th at 3:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Facebook

    Steve Earle is set to perform a special live stream this Sunday, April 5th beginning at 3:00 pm Eastern via his Official Facebook page as well as the Sirius XM Outlaw Country Official Facebook page as well. The solo performance will commemorate the 10th Anniversary of the Upper Big Branch coal mine explosion that killed twenty-nine men in West Virginia on April 5th, 2010, making it one of the worst mining disasters in American history. The audio from the live stream will also air via Earle’s weekly Hardcore Troubadour radio show on SiriusXM Outlaw Country, Channel 60, next week (premiering April 11th at 9pm Eastern).

    Earle’s live stream performance will feature the songs he wrote for and performed in Coal Country, a new play with music based on the disaster written by Jessica Blank and Erik Jenson and directed by Jessica Blank. Opening on March 3rd to critical acclaim at The Public Theater in New York City, the production was postponed after two weeks due to COVID-19.

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    “Live From Quarantine Weekend 2”

    When: Sunday, April 5th at 5:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Following the overwhelming support and success of Live From Quarantine Weekend 1, alternative band Magic Giant are thrilled to announce the lineup for Live From Quarantine Weekend 2. The entirely digital music festival features appearances from Alex Ebert (Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros), Hailey Knox, Jonthan Russell (The Head And The Heart), Lauren Ruth Ward, LP, Mondo Cozmo, Vincint, and Nicholas Petricca (Walk The Moon).

    Live From Quarantine Weekend 2 raises money for  Frontline Responders Fund to get hospital workers the much needed protective gear, a campaign set up by Edward Norton and Arnold Schwarzenegger. $1 will be donated per live viewer, up to $15,000.

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    Brendan Benson’s “Boy in a Bubble”

    When: Sunday, April 5th at 5:20 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    The Raconteurs’ Brendan Benson has announced “Boy In A Bubble”, a daily series of livestreamed solo performances. Benson will perform one song per day, pulling from all points of his storied career and premiering material from his upcoming solo album Dear Life.

    Amanda Shires’ “I So Lounging”

    When: Sunday, April 5th at 6:30 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube

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    Amanda Shires has been staging daily live performances on YouTube with her husband Jason Isbell. Past performances have featured songs from her collaborative project The Highwomen and a cover of Warren Zevon.

    Drew Holcomb’s “Kitchen Covers”

    When: Sunday, April 5th at 9:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram and Facebook

    Drew Holcomb is making the most of his time in self-quarantine by creating the “Kitchen Covers” series that streams every evening at 9:00 p.m. EST via Instagram and Facebook. So far, he’s covered songs by The Avett Brothers, Tom Petty, U2, and Kenny Rogers.

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    Diplo’s “Corona World Tour”

    When: Saturday, April 5th at 7:00 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube, Twitch, and Instagram

    For the duration of social distancing/quarantine practices in the U.S., Diplo will livestream DJ sets from his house five nights per week. The streams will be themed in line with Diplo’s interests: “A Very Lazer Sunday”, paying homage to his group, Major Lazer’s, dancehall and reggae roots airing Sundays at 7:00 p.m. EST; a mixed-bag “Ronatronix” set Tuesdays at 10:00 p.m. EST (the name a throwback to the iconic Hollertronix parties that launched his career); country-flecked variety show “The Thomas Wesley Show Thursdays” at 10:00 p.m. EST; ambient “Corona Sabbath Fridays” at 10:00 p.m. EST; and a good, old fashioned “Coronight Feve”r rave Saturday nights at 11:00 p.m. EST.

    Major publishers and record labels will allow the archived streams to live on YouTube and to be monetized by respective rights holders, with royalties being paid to all those whose music is played in the shows.

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    Erykah Badu’s “Apocalypse Two: The Rooms”

    When: Sunday, April 5th at 8:00 p.m. EST

    Where: BaduWorldMarket.com

    This week soul singer, songwriter and producer Erykah Badu delivers the second episode of her
    Quarantine Concert Series, Apocalypse Two: The Rooms. This interactive experience gives guests
    a chance to move from room to room inside her home, exploring and experimenting with different
    genres of music interpreted through her catalogue of hits.

    Admission is $2 and underwrite the high-concept production, as well as financially support the performers.

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    Jim James’ “5:01 Live”

    When: Sunday, April 5th at 8:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    My Morning Jacket’s Jim James participates in Levi’s “5:01” Instagram livestreaming series.

    Def Jam’s “Healing Through Lafter”

    When: Sunday, April 5th at 10:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Twitch and Facebook

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    Def Comedy Jam Presents: “Healing Through Laughter” at 10:00 p.m. EST on Twitch and Facebook, hosted by Cedric the Entertainer, with Chris Rock, Dave Chappelle, Adele Givens, Spice Adams, Chris Tucker, Lunelle, Michael Blackson, DL Hughley, Bill Bellamy, and more.

    Jeff Tweedy and Family

    When: Sunday, April 5th at 10:15 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Each evening at 10:15 p.m. EST, Jeff Tweedy and his family perform on their @stuffinourhouse Instagram page.

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    Rufus Wainwright’s “Musical Everydays”

    When: Sunday, April 5th

    Where: Instagram

    In a series he’s calling “Musical Everydays,” Rufus Wainwright is performing one song from his catalog everyday on piano. Early installments have seen him play “Grey Gardens”, “The Art Teacher”, and “Vibrate”.

    “In these dire times, I want to share some music with you all from the warmth and comfort of our home in Los Angeles. Hopefully you’re at your homes with your loved ones as well. We have to stay positive and I feel that music and art are a large part of what gets us through times like these. It’s even more essential to be reminded about what it really means to be human: compassionate, caring, creative,” Wainwright says.

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    Digital Mirage Online Music Festival

    When: Sunday, April 5th

    Where: Digital Mirage

    Taking place April 3rd-5th, the digital music festival will feature performances from Kaskade, TOKiMONSTA, 12th Planet, Flosstradamus, Keys N Krates, Kill the Noise, Alison Wonderland, Louis the Child, Sofi Tukker, and Don Diablo.

    UnCancelled Music Festival

    When: April 5th – April 9th

    Watch: UnCancealledMusicFestival.com

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    From April 2nd-9th, the Los Angeles venues are gathering together for a virtual week-long festival featuring indie artists to support them during the COVID-19 crisis. Explore virtual stages from venues like The Hotel Cafe and more, all while supporting Recording Academy’s MusiCares Emergency Financial Assistance Fund.

    Featuring performances from Colbie Caillat, Josh Radnor, Katie Pruitt, Molly Tuttle, William Fitzsimmons, Kevin Garrett, Emily Kinney, Ben Wylen, and more.

    “Live From Out There”

    When: Sunday, April 5th

    11E1even Group, in conjunction with Nugs.tv and Sweet Relief Musicians Fund, is proud to announce the artist lineup for week-three of the new digital content series, “Live From Out There.” This unprecedented virtual festival raised $150k going into weekend 3 for artists and crew affected by loss of work due to COVID-19.

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    Scheduled performers include Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Oteil Burbridge, Langhorne Slim, G. Love, Billy Strings, and more.

    ISOL-AID! 3

    When: Sunday, April 5th

    Where: Instagram

    Australian musicians including John Butler, Meg Mac, Hockey Dad, San Cisco, GUM, and more come together for a third staging of ISOL-AID (short for Instagram Live Music Festival). Taking place between beginning Saturday and running into Sunday, the festival will feature artists playing 20-minute sets.

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    Viewers will encouraged to donate to Support Act, Australia’s leading organization that provides relief services for music industry workers facing mental health issues or financial hardship. The debut edition of ISOL-AID raised $12,000.

    Saturday, April 4th

    La Blogothèque’s “Stay Away Shows”

    When: Saturday, April 4th at 2:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    La Blogothèque is offering a new spin on its beloved “Take Away Shows” with “Stay Away Shows”. As they explain it, “We want our entire community and all music lovers to have access to their favourite artists and discover new talents during the confinement period. That’s why we’re launching the ‘Stay Away Shows’. Every day, at 7pm Paris time, 2pm NYC time, 11am LA time, on our Instagram, friends from The Blogothèque will come and play a live show with a lot of surprises. Please, stay home, stay safe.”

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    Early editions have featured Francis Lung, Okay Kaya, Andrew Bird, Kevin Morby, and more.

    Melissa Etheridge

    When: Saturday, April 4th at 3:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Facebook

    Melissa Etheridge is performing live on Facebook everday on at 3:00 p.m. EST.

    “Fake Fourantine: A Digital Music Festival”

    When: Saturday, April 4th at 4:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Twitch

    From 4-9 p.m. EST on Saturday, April 4th, rapper Chris Conde will host a livestream via Twitch featuring 15-minute performances from an array of artists within the Fake Four family including Florida’s E-Turn and Bluebird, Canada’s Gregory Pepper and Factor Chandelier, Austria’s Squalloscope and Fake Four Inc. founder Ceschi Ramos to name a few.

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    Brendan Benson’s “Boy in a Bubble”

    When: Saturday, April 4th at 5:20 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    The Raconteurs’ Brendan Benson has announced “Boy In A Bubble”, a daily series of livestreamed solo performances. Benson will perform one song per day, pulling from all points of his storied career and premiering material from his upcoming solo album Dear Life.

    Ben Folds’ “Apartment Requests”

    When: Saturday, April 4th at 6:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Paetron

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    Ben Folds will take fan requests and play cover songs from his apartment in Sydney, Australia. “Request to your hearts desire during the live chat, and understand that there’s no science to it. When I notice one I can play, I’ll just launch into it!” he says.

    Amanda Shires’ “I So Lounging”

    When: Saturday, April 4th at 6:30 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube

    Amanda Shires has been staging daily live performances on YouTube with her husband Jason Isbell. Past performances have featured songs from her collaborative project The Highwomen and a cover of Warren Zevon.

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    LAUGH AID

    When: Saturday, April 4th at 7:00 p.m. EST

    Where: ComedyGivesBack.com

    Laughter is healing, and during the Covid-19 public health crisis a renowned group of celebrity comedians, including Whitney Cummings, Jim Gaffigan, Ken Jeong, Adam Sandler and many equally famous and talented comedians will be performing live, April 4th at 7:00 p.m. EST via livestream to lift the nation’s spirits as well as to raise money for an emergency relief fund.

    The nation needs an evening of laughter and the goals of Comedy Gives Back LAUGH AID are to both entertain the world as we sequester in our homes, while also supporting the standup comedian community that lives and breathes with a live audience but has been sidelined with venues closed this Spring.

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    Viewing is donation based and all profits will be donated to Comedy Gives Back’s LAUGH AID Covid-19 Emergency Relief Fund.

    Additional celebrity comedians performing live include, Dave Attell, Joel Kim Booster, Bill Burr, Dane Cook, Anthony Jeselnik, Jessica Kirson, Bert Kreischer, Howie Mandel, Marc Maron, Big Jay Oakerson, Patton Oswalt, Tom Papa, Ray Romano, Jeff Ross, Iliza Shlesinger, The Sklar Brothers, Bob Saget, Amanda Seales, Dan Soder, David Spade, Taylor Tomlinson, Gina Yashere, and others.

    Drew Holcomb’s “Kitchen Covers”

    When: Saturday, April 4th at 9:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram and Facebook

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    Drew Holcomb is making the most of his time in self-quarantine by creating the “Kitchen Covers” series that streams every evening at 9:00 p.m. EST via Instagram and Facebook. So far, he’s covered songs by The Avett Brothers, Tom Petty, U2, and Kenny Rogers.

    Diplo’s “Corona World Tour”

    When: Saturday, April 4th at 11:00 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube, Twitch, and Instagram

    For the duration of social distancing/quarantine practices in the U.S., Diplo will livestream DJ sets from his house five nights per week. The streams will be themed in line with Diplo’s interests: “A Very Lazer Sunday”, paying homage to his group, Major Lazer’s, dancehall and reggae roots airing Sundays at 7:00 p.m. EST; a mixed-bag “Ronatronix” set Tuesdays at 10:00 p.m. EST (the name a throwback to the iconic Hollertronix parties that launched his career); country-flecked variety show “The Thomas Wesley Show Thursdays” at 10:00 p.m. EST; ambient “Corona Sabbath Fridays” at 10:00 p.m. EST; and a good, old fashioned “Coronight Feve”r rave Saturday nights at 11:00 p.m. EST.

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    Major publishers and record labels will allow the archived streams to live on YouTube and to be monetized by respective rights holders, with royalties being paid to all those whose music is played in the shows.

    Jeff Tweedy and Family

    When: Saturday, April 4th at 10:15 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Each evening at 10:15 p.m. EST, Jeff Tweedy and his family perform on their @stuffinourhouse Instagram page.

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    Rufus Wainwright’s “Musical Everydays”

    When: Saturday, April 4th

    Where: Instagram

    In a series he’s calling “Musical Everydays,” Rufus Wainwright is performing one song from his catalog everyday on piano. Early installments have seen him play “Grey Gardens”, “The Art Teacher”, and “Vibrate”.

    “In these dire times, I want to share some music with you all from the warmth and comfort of our home in Los Angeles. Hopefully you’re at your homes with your loved ones as well. We have to stay positive and I feel that music and art are a large part of what gets us through times like these. It’s even more essential to be reminded about what it really means to be human: compassionate, caring, creative,” Wainwright says.

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    Digital Mirage Online Music Festival

    When: Saturday, April 4th – Sunday, April 5th

    Where: Digital Mirage

    Taking place April 3rd-5th, the digital music festival will feature performances from Kaskade, TOKiMONSTA, 12th Planet, Flosstradamus, Keys N Krates, Kill the Noise, Alison Wonderland, Louis the Child, Sofi Tukker, and Don Diablo.

    UnCancelled Music Festival

    When: April 4th – April 9th

    Watch: UnCancealledMusicFestival.com

    Advertisement

    From April 2nd-9th, the Los Angeles venues are gathering together for a virtual week-long festival featuring indie artists to support them during the COVID-19 crisis. Explore virtual stages from venues like The Hotel Cafe and more, all while supporting Recording Academy’s MusiCares Emergency Financial Assistance Fund.

    Featuring performances from Colbie Caillat, Josh Radnor, Katie Pruitt, Molly Tuttle, William Fitzsimmons, Kevin Garrett, Emily Kinney, Ben Wylen, and more.

    “Live From Out There”

    When: Saturday, April 4th – Sunday, April 5th

    11E1even Group, in conjunction with Nugs.tv and Sweet Relief Musicians Fund, is proud to announce the artist lineup for week-three of the new digital content series, “Live From Out There.” This unprecedented virtual festival raised $150k going into weekend 3 for artists and crew affected by loss of work due to COVID-19.

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    Scheduled performers include Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Oteil Burbridge, Langhorne Slim, G. Love, Billy Strings, and more.

    ISOL-AID! 3

    When: Saturday April 4th and Sunday, April 5th

    Where: Instagram

    Australian musicians including John Butler, Meg Mac, Hockey Dad, San Cisco, GUM, and more come together for a third staging of ISOL-AID (short for Instagram Live Music Festival). Taking place between beginning Saturday and running into Sunday, the festival will feature artists playing 20-minute sets.

    Advertisement

    Viewers will encouraged to donate to Support Act, Australia’s leading organization that provides relief services for music industry workers facing mental health issues or financial hardship. The debut edition of ISOL-AID raised $12,000.

    World Cafe & Royal Mountain’s “World Tour”

    When: Daily

    Where: Instagram

    Royal Mountain Records and World Cafe have announced their co-presentation of the “World Tour” live stream series. The series runs nightly throughout April at 7:00 p.m. EST, with each evening featuring two artists from different countries performing live via Royal Mountain’s Instagram.

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    Scheduled performers include Ezra Furman, Hatchie, Manchester Orchestra, Dan Boeckner, Hannah Georgas, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, The Beths, Nap Eyes, Tim Burgess, Moaning, Tim Baker, and more.

    Chad Smith’s Drum Covers

    When: Daily

    Where: Instagram

    Each day, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Chad Smith posts a video of himself drumming along to a classic song.

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    Friday, April 3rd

    BANKS Take Over Consequence of Sound’s Instagram

    When: Friday, April 3rd

    Where: Instagram

    Banks joins Consequence of Sound to talk making music in self-isolation.

    Alessia Cara’s “MTV Unplugged At Home”

    When: Friday, April 3rd at 12:00 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube

    With musicians self-isolating in their homes, MTV is putting a new spin on its famed Unplugged series. Launching today, MTV Unplugged At Home will feature stripped-down, acoustic sets from artists, streamed live online. Today’s episode features a performance from Alessia Cara.

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    Christine and the Queens

    When: Friday, April 3rd at 1:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Every day at 1:00 p.m. ET, the French artist also known as Héloïse Letissier performs live from Ferber recording studios in Paris. “I’ll find a way to deal with the ennui,” she writes. “Guests and weird concepts included.”

    La Blogothèque’s “Stay Away Shows”

    When: Friday, April 3rd at 2:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

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    La Blogothèque is offering a new spin on its beloved “Take Away Shows” with “Stay Away Shows”. As they explain it, “We want our entire community and all music lovers to have access to their favourite artists and discover new talents during the confinement period. That’s why we’re launching the ‘Stay Away Shows’. Every day, at 7pm Paris time, 2pm NYC time, 11am LA time, on our Instagram, friends from The Blogothèque will come and play a live show with a lot of surprises. Please, stay home, stay safe.”

    Early editions have featured Francis Lung, Okay Kaya, Andrew Bird, Kevin Morby, and more.

    Miley Cyrus’ “Bright Minded: Live”

    When: Friday, April 3rd at 2:30 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Each weekday, Cyrus and a special guest discuss “how to stay LIT with love in dark times.” Early episodes have featured Demi Lovato, Amy Schumer, Paris Hilton, Reese Witherspoon, Dua Lipa, and Hillary Duff.

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    Questlove’s “Questlove Supreme Live”

    When: Friday, April 3rd at 3:00 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube

    Questlove Supreme launches Questlove Supreme Live, which gives listeners an opportunity to experience QLS as a viewer giving an intimate look inside a recording from the comfort of their own home. QLS Live will take place for the first time Friday at 3:00 p.m. EST.

    Questlove Supreme is a fun, irreverent and educational weekly podcast that digs deep into the stories of musical legends and cultural icons in a way that only Questlove and Team Supreme can deliver. Now, you’re able to witness the magic that is Team Supreme live firsthand with QLS Live.

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    Rainn Wilson’s “Hey, Human”

    When: Friday, April 3rd at 3:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    For the latest installment of his Hey, Human series, Rainn Wilson goes live on the SoulPancake Instagram channel with producer/songwriter Finneas O’Connell for a 1:1 chat.

    Charli XCX’s “Self-Isolation IG Livestream”

    When: Friday, April 3rd at 3:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

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    Each afternoon, Charli XCX is joined by a special guest to “spark conversation, share insight, or simply entertain fans across the world who are currently practicing social distancing.” Her inaugural episodes featured a conversation with Christine and the Queens about mental health, and a personal training session with Diplo.

    Melissa Etheridge

    When: Friday, April 3rd at 3:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Facebook

    Melissa Etheridge is performing live on Facebook everday on at 3:00 p.m. EST.

    Brendan Benson’s “Boy in a Bubble”

    When: Friday, April 3rd at 5:20 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

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    The Raconteurs’ Brendan Benson has announced “Boy In A Bubble”, a daily series of livestreamed solo performances. Benson will perform one song per day, pulling from all points of his storied career and premiering material from his upcoming solo album Dear Life.

    Donita Sparks’ “The Hi-Low Show with Donita Sparks”

    When: Friday, April 3rd at 6:00 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube

    Prolific artist and grunge-punk legend Donita Sparks is known for her fierce live shows and biting lyrical wit. Unable to deliver her singular brand of raucous rock and roll to fans in the flesh at this time, Donita is launching a weekly absurdist variety show on April 3rd at 6:00 p.m. EST (same time each Friday to follow) on the “We Are Hear: On The Air’’ streaming network. The Hi-Low Show will keep viewers on the edge of their couch cushions with music and art performances including special guests. The premiere episode features counter-culture icon Lydia Lunch and punk provocateur Dani Miller.

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    Sounds of Saving’s “Feedback Session”

    When: Friday, April 3rd at 6:00 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube (Register here)

    On Friday April 3rd, Sounds of Saving will host its 2nd “Feedback Session.” “COVID 19: Mental Health + Music” will take place at 6pm EST via YouTube. Musicians, mental health professionals and audiences will virtually convene to address what is on everyone’s mind — how do we keep it together in this time of so much uncertainty and concern? The event will feature solo performances by musicians Kate Davis, Raffaella and Oxymorrons, interspersed with honest conversations with the artists about their own struggles and coping with our new reality. The Feedback Session will be moderated by Robert Galligan, a psychologist based in Brooklyn, who will offer feedback and insight into mental wellness, creativity as a healing strategy and managing anxiety and emotions during the crisis and isolation.

    Amanda Shires’ “I So Lounging”

    When: Friday, April 3rd at 6:30 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube

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    Amanda Shires has been staging daily live performances on YouTube with her husband Jason Isbell. Past performances have featured songs from her collaborative project The Highwomen and a cover of Warren Zevon.

    “Light in the Attic & Friends at Home”

    When: Friday, April 3rd at 7:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Twitch and YouTube

    In hopes of bringing some much-needed joy to the planet, acclaimed archival/reissue label and distribution company Light in the Attic will be presenting a free charity concert this Friday (4/3), streaming live on their Twitch and YouTube channels beginning at 7:00 pm EST. Light In The Attic & Friends at Home will feature new performances from legendary artists whose music LITA has re-released over the past 20 years, along with a handful of talented friends from the around the globe, each covering songs from the label’s renowned catalog.

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    Scheduled performers include My Morning Jacket’s Jim James, Fred Armisen, Death Cab For Cutie’s Ben Gibbard, Pulp’s Jarvis Cocker, Devendra Banhart, Super Furry Animals’ Gruff Rhys, and more.

    Béla Fleck & Abigail Washburn’s “Banjo House Lockdown”

    When: Friday, April 3rd at 7:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Facebook

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    Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn stage the latest installment of their “Banjo House Lockdown” livestreaming series.

    Pile

    When: Friday, April 3rd at 8:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Pile’s Rick Maguire will perform live from the Church of the Covenant in Boston to raise funds to cover his canceled solo tour.

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    Ruthie Collins

    When: Friday, April 3rd at 8:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Facebook

    Ruthie Collins performs her new album Cold Comfort in its entirety live on Facebook.

    Drew Holcomb’s “Kitchen Covers”

    When: Friday, April 3rd at 9:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram and Facebook

    Drew Holcomb is making the most of his time in self-quarantine by creating the “Kitchen Covers” series that streams every evening at 9:00 p.m. EST via Instagram and Facebook. So far, he’s covered songs by The Avett Brothers, Tom Petty, U2, and Kenny Rogers.

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    Diplo’s “Corona World Tour”

    When: Friday, April 3rd at 10:00 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube, Twitch, and Instagram

    For the duration of social distancing/quarantine practices in the U.S., Diplo will livestream DJ sets from his house five nights per week. The streams will be themed in line with Diplo’s interests: “A Very Lazer Sunday”, paying homage to his group, Major Lazer’s, dancehall and reggae roots airing Sundays at 7:00 p.m. EST; a mixed-bag “Ronatronix” set Tuesdays at 10:00 p.m. EST (the name a throwback to the iconic Hollertronix parties that launched his career); country-flecked variety show “The Thomas Wesley Show Thursdays” at 10:00 p.m. EST; ambient “Corona Sabbath Fridays” at 10:00 p.m. EST; and a good, old fashioned “Coronight Feve”r rave Saturday nights at 11:00 p.m. EST.

    Major publishers and record labels will allow the archived streams to live on YouTube and to be monetized by respective rights holders, with royalties being paid to all those whose music is played in the shows.

    Advertisement

    Jeff Tweedy and Family

    When: Friday, April 3rd at 10:15 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Each evening at 10:15 p.m. EST, Jeff Tweedy and his family perform on their @stuffinourhouse Instagram page.

    Empress Of

    When: Friday, April 3rd at 11:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

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    In celebration of the album’s release, Empress Of will also be doing a live stream performance on her Instagram beginning at 11:00 p.m. EST.

    Rufus Wainwright’s “Musical Everydays”

    When: Friday, April 3rd

    Where: Instagram

    In a series he’s calling “Musical Everydays,” Rufus Wainwright is performing one song from his catalog everyday on piano. Early installments have seen him play “Grey Gardens”, “The Art Teacher”, and “Vibrate”.

    Advertisement

    “In these dire times, I want to share some music with you all from the warmth and comfort of our home in Los Angeles. Hopefully you’re at your homes with your loved ones as well. We have to stay positive and I feel that music and art are a large part of what gets us through times like these. It’s even more essential to be reminded about what it really means to be human: compassionate, caring, creative,” Wainwright says.

    Digital Mirage Online Music Festival

    When: Friday, April 3rd – Sunday, April 5th

    Where: Digital Mirage

    Taking place April 3rd-5th, the digital music festival will feature performances from Kaskade, TOKiMONSTA, 12th Planet, Flosstradamus, Keys N Krates, Kill the Noise, Alison Wonderland, Louis the Child, Sofi Tukker, and Don Diablo.

    Advertisement

    UnCancelled Music Festival

    When: April 3rd – April 9th

    Watch: UnCancealledMusicFestival.com

    From April 2nd-9th, the Los Angeles venues are gathering together for a virtual week-long festival featuring indie artists to support them during the COVID-19 crisis. Explore virtual stages from venues like The Hotel Cafe and more, all while supporting Recording Academy’s MusiCares Emergency Financial Assistance Fund.

    Featuring performances from Colbie Caillat, Josh Radnor, Katie Pruitt, Molly Tuttle, William Fitzsimmons, Kevin Garrett, Emily Kinney, Ben Wylen, and more.

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    “Hit Command: Dance Music Gives Back”

    When: Friday, April 3rd

    Where: Twitch

    HIT COMMAND has announced that they will be giving back to the music industry with an EDM festival hosted on their Twitch channel on Friday, April 3rd. With acts on the bill like Krewella, Boogie T, Borgore, DUCKY, etc, it is bound to generate tons of online traffic at a time when everyone is at home on the Internet.

    The festival has partnered with MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund where viewers can donate in real-time through the #GiveBackChallenge. Leading esports energy drink G FUEL as well as prominent gaming company Hyper X plan to donate product throughout the stream.

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    “Live From Out There”

    When: Friday, April 3rd – Sunday, April 5th

    11E1even Group, in conjunction with Nugs.tv and Sweet Relief Musicians Fund, is proud to announce the artist lineup for week-three of the new digital content series, “Live From Out There.” This unprecedented virtual festival raised $150k going into weekend 3 for artists and crew affected by loss of work due to COVID-19.

    Scheduled performers include Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Oteil Burbridge, Langhorne Slim, G. Love, Billy Strings, and more.

    World Cafe & Royal Mountain’s “World Tour”

    When: Daily

    Where: Instagram

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    Royal Mountain Records and World Cafe have announced their co-presentation of the “World Tour” live stream series. The series runs nightly throughout April at 7:00 p.m. EST, with each evening featuring two artists from different countries performing live via Royal Mountain’s Instagram.

    Scheduled performers include Ezra Furman, Hatchie, Manchester Orchestra, Dan Boeckner, Hannah Georgas, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, The Beths, Nap Eyes, Tim Burgess, Moaning, Tim Baker, and more.

    Thursday, April 2nd

    indieheads Festival – Day 2

    When: Thursday, April 2nd

    Where: Instagram

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    The indieheads subreddit hosts a digital music festival featuring performances from Remo Drive, The Frights, Jordana, Ratboys, Teen Daze, Why Bonnie, Boy Scouts, Dana Gavanski, Young Guv, oso oso, and more.

    “Drawing with Yaeji”

    When: Thursday, April 2nd at 12:00 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube

    To celebrate the release of her new mixtape, the NYC-via-Seoul electronic producer hosts a “Drawing with Yaeji” livestream.

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    Christine and the Queens

    When: Thursday, April 2nd at 1:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Every day at 1:00 p.m. ET, the French artist also known as Héloïse Letissier performs live from Ferber recording studios in Paris. “I’ll find a way to deal with the ennui,” she writes. “Guests and weird concepts included.”

    La Blogothèque’s “Stay Away Shows”

    When: Thursday, April 2nd at 2:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Advertisement

    La Blogothèque is offering a new spin on its beloved “Take Away Shows” with “Stay Away Shows”. As they explain it, “We want our entire community and all music lovers to have access to their favourite artists and discover new talents during the confinement period. That’s why we’re launching the ‘Stay Away Shows’. Every day, at 7pm Paris time, 2pm NYC time, 11am LA time, on our Instagram, friends from The Blogothèque will come and play a live show with a lot of surprises. Please, stay home, stay safe.”

    Early editions have featured Francis Lung, Okay Kaya, Andrew Bird, Kevin Morby, and more.

    Young Lean 

    When: Thursday, April 2nd at 2:00 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube

    On Thursday April 2nd, Yung Lean extends an open invite to a very special live performance – next to a Russian freighter in Stockholm’s Frihamnen harbor, he will perform a solitary set featuring a mix of classics, rarities, and new tracks from the back of a cargo truck. The performance, more a cinematic experience than an impromptu live set, will be free and last for over 30 minutes.

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    Miley Cyrus’ “Bright Minded: Live”

    When: Thursday, April 2nd at 2:30 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Each weekday, Cyrus and a special guest discuss “how to stay LIT with love in dark times.” Early episodes have featured Demi Lovato, Amy Schumer, Paris Hilton, Reese Witherspoon, Dua Lipa, and Hillary Duff.

    Charli XCX’s “Self-Isolation IG Livestream”

    When: Thursday, April 2nd at 3:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

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    Each afternoon, Charli XCX is joined by a special guest to “spark conversation, share insight, or simply entertain fans across the world who are currently practicing social distancing.” Her inaugural episodes featured a conversation with Christine and the Queens about mental health, and a personal training session with Diplo.

    Melissa Etheridge

    When: Thursday, April 2nd at 3:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Facebook

    Melissa Etheridge is performing live on Facebook everday on at 3:00 p.m. EST.

    Laura Marling

    When: Thursday, April 2nd at 3:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

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    Laura Marling gives guitar lessons on Instagram every Thursday and Sunday.

    Brendan Benson’s “Boy in a Bubble”

    When: Thursday, April 2nd at 5:20 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    The Raconteurs’ Brendan Benson has announced “Boy In A Bubble”, a daily series of livestreamed solo performances. Benson will perform one song per day, pulling from all points of his storied career and premiering material from his upcoming solo album Dear Life.

    Amanda Shires’ “I So Lounging”

    When: Thursday, April 2nd at 6:30 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube

    Advertisement

    Amanda Shires has been staging daily live performances on YouTube with her husband Jason Isbell. Past performances have featured songs from her collaborative project The Highwomen and a cover of Warren Zevon.

    Dolly Parton’s “Goodnight With Dolly”

    When: Thursday, April 2nd at 7:00 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube

    Every Thursday beginning at 7:00 p.m. EST, Dolly Parton reads children’s books as part of her new YouTube series “Goodnight with Dolly”.

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    Migos Celebrate Quavo’s Birthday

    When: Thursday, April 2nd at 8:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Migos celebrates Quavo’s birthday by playing Migos classics and unreleased music live on Instagram.

    Ben Gibbard’s “Live From Home”

    When: Thursday, April 2nd at 9:00 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube and Facebook

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    Death Cab For Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard is performing regular concerts from his home studio. His initial performances have featured a mix of DCFC songs, material from The Postal Service, and covers of Radiohead and New Order. Future shows may include special guests.

    Gibbard is also encouraging his fans to donate to organizations including Aurora Commons and the University District Food Bank.

    Drew Holcomb’s “Kitchen Covers”

    When: Thursday, April 2nd at 9:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram and Facebook

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    Drew Holcomb is making the most of his time in self-quarantine by creating the “Kitchen Covers” series that streams every evening at 9:00 p.m. EST via Instagram and Facebook. So far, he’s covered songs by The Avett Brothers, Tom Petty, U2, and Kenny Rogers.

    Diplo’s “Corona World Tour”

    When: Thursday, April 2nd at 10:00 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube, Twitch, and Instagram

    For the duration of social distancing/quarantine practices in the U.S., Diplo will livestream DJ sets from his house five nights per week. The streams will be themed in line with Diplo’s interests: “A Very Lazer Sunday”, paying homage to his group, Major Lazer’s, dancehall and reggae roots airing Sundays at 7:00 p.m. EST; a mixed-bag “Ronatronix” set Tuesdays at 10:00 p.m. EST (the name a throwback to the iconic Hollertronix parties that launched his career); country-flecked variety show “The Thomas Wesley Show Thursdays” at 10:00 p.m. EST; ambient “Corona Sabbath Fridays” at 10:00 p.m. EST; and a good, old fashioned “Coronight Feve”r rave Saturday nights at 11:00 p.m. EST.

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    Major publishers and record labels will allow the archived streams to live on YouTube and to be monetized by respective rights holders, with royalties being paid to all those whose music is played in the shows.

    Jeff Tweedy and Family

    When: Thursday, April 2nd at 10:15 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Each evening at 10:15 p.m. EST, Jeff Tweedy and his family perform on their @stuffinourhouse Instagram page.

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    Rufus Wainwright’s “Musical Everydays”

    When: Thursday, April 2nd

    Where: Instagram

    In a series he’s calling “Musical Everydays,” Rufus Wainwright is performing one song from his catalog everyday on piano. Early installments have seen him play “Grey Gardens”, “The Art Teacher”, and “Vibrate”.

    “In these dire times, I want to share some music with you all from the warmth and comfort of our home in Los Angeles. Hopefully you’re at your homes with your loved ones as well. We have to stay positive and I feel that music and art are a large part of what gets us through times like these. It’s even more essential to be reminded about what it really means to be human: compassionate, caring, creative,” Wainwright says.

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    UnCancelled Music Festival

    When: Thursday, April 2nd

    Watch: UnCancealledMusicFestival.com

    From April 2nd-9th, the Los Angeles venues are gathering together for a virtual week-long festival featuring indie artists to support them during the COVID-19 crisis. Explore virtual stages from venues like The Hotel Cafe and more, all while supporting Recording Academy’s MusiCares Emergency Financial Assistance Fund.

    Featuring performances from Colbie Caillat, Josh Radnor, Katie Pruitt, Molly Tuttle, William Fitzsimmons, Kevin Garrett, Emily Kinney, Ben Wylen, and more.

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    World Cafe & Royal Mountain’s “World Tour”

    When: Daily

    Where: Instagram

    Royal Mountain Records and World Cafe have announced their co-presentation of the “World Tour” live stream series. The series runs nightly throughout April at 7:00 p.m. EST, with each evening featuring two artists from different countries performing live via Royal Mountain’s Instagram.

    Scheduled performers include Ezra Furman, Hatchie, Manchester Orchestra, Dan Boeckner, Hannah Georgas, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, The Beths, Nap Eyes, Tim Burgess, Moaning, Tim Baker, and more.

    Wednesday, April 1st

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    The Fader Fort Digital Broadcast – Day 2

    When: Wednesday, April 1st from 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. EST

    Where: TheFader.com

    The FADER FORT Digital broadcast features over 40 exclusive, curated performances provided by both emerging and acclaimed artists. These artists join The FADER in this broadcast as an opportunity to raise money for various charities that focus on helping the city and people of Austin, as well as musicians and the entertainment industry on the whole during this global crisis.

    Today’s lineup includes Jehnny Beth, Riz Ahmed, Jamila Woods, Frances Quinlan, Waxahatchee and Kevin Morby, Post Animal, Tayla Parx, Trace Mountains, and more.

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    indieheads Festival – Day 1

    When: Wednesday, April 1st

    Where: Instagram

    The indieheads subreddit hosts a digital music festival featuring performances from Remo Drive, The Frights, Jordana, Ratboys, Teen Daze, Why Bonnie, Boy Scouts, Dana Gavanski, Young Guv, oso oso, and more.

    Christine and the Queens

    When: Wednesday, April 1st at 1:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

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    Every day at 1:00 p.m. ET, the French artist also known as Héloïse Letissier performs live from Ferber recording studios in Paris. “I’ll find a way to deal with the ennui,” she writes. “Guests and weird concepts included.”

    Matt Pryor of The Get Up Kids

    When: Wednesday, April 1st at 1:00 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube

    The Get Up Kids’ Matt Pryor performs live on YouTube beginning at 1:00 p.m. EST.

    La Blogothèque’s “Stay Away Shows”

    When: Wednesday, April 1st at 2:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

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    La Blogothèque is offering a new spin on its beloved “Take Away Shows” with “Stay Away Shows”. As they explain it, “We want our entire community and all music lovers to have access to their favourite artists and discover new talents during the confinement period. That’s why we’re launching the ‘Stay Away Shows’. Every day, at 7pm Paris time, 2pm NYC time, 11am LA time, on our Instagram, friends from The Blogothèque will come and play a live show with a lot of surprises. Please, stay home, stay safe.”

    Early editions have featured Francis Lung, Okay Kaya, Andrew Bird, Kevin Morby, and more.

    Miley Cyrus’ “Bright Minded: Live”

    When: Wednesday, April 1st 2:30 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Each weekday, Cyrus and a special guest discuss “how to stay LIT with love in dark times.” Early episodes have featured Demi Lovato, Amy Schumer, Paris Hilton, Reese Witherspoon, Dua Lipa, and Hillary Duff.

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    Charli XCX’s “Self-Isolation IG Livestream”

    When: Wednesday, April 1st at 3:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Each afternoon, Charli XCX is joined by a special guest to “spark conversation, share insight, or simply entertain fans across the world who are currently practicing social distancing.” Her inaugural episodes featured a conversation with Christine and the Queens about mental health, and a personal training session with Diplo.

    Melissa Etheridge

    When: Wednesday, April 1st at 3:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Facebook

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    Melissa Etheridge is performing live on Facebook everday on at 3:00 p.m. EST.

    Béla Fleck and Toumani Diabaté

    When: Wednesday, April 1st at 3:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Facebook

    Join Béla Fleck and kora master Toumani Diabaté for a live Q&A on Wednesday, April 1 at 3:00pm EST hosted on Béla’s Facebook Live. Béla will be at home in Nashville and Toumani will be in Abidjan, on the Ivory Coast. The duo recently released their new collaborative album, The Ripple Effect.

    Brendan Benson’s “Boy in a Bubble”

    When: Wednesday, April 1st at 5:20 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

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    The Raconteurs’ Brendan Benson has announced “Boy In A Bubble”, a daily series of livestreamed solo performances. Benson will perform one song per day, pulling from all points of his storied career and premiering material from his upcoming solo album Dear Life.

    Julien Baker’s “Green Notes”

    When: Wednesday, April 1st at 6:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Julien Baker is take part in Clif Bar’s “Green Notes” series to raise money for COVID-19 relief efforts. For every viewer, Clif Bar donates $1.00 to charity.

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    Amanda Shires’ “I So Lounging”

    When: Wednesday, April 1st at 6:30 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube

    Amanda Shires has been staging daily live performances on YouTube with her husband Jason Isbell. Past performances have featured songs from her collaborative project The Highwomen and a cover of Warren Zevon.

    Phish’s “Sigma Oasis Listening Party”

    When: Wednesday, April 1st at 9:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Phish.com and Facebook

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    Where: Phish will premiere their new album, Sigma Oasis, during a livestream aired on their website and Facebook page. It will also stream on SiriusXM’s Phish Radio Station.

    Drew Holcomb’s “Kitchen Covers”

    When: Wednesday, April 1st at 9:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram and Facebook

    Drew Holcomb is making the most of his time in self-quarantine by creating the “Kitchen Covers” series that streams every evening at 9:00 p.m. EST via Instagram and Facebook. So far, he’s covered songs by The Avett Brothers, Tom Petty, U2, and Kenny Rogers.

    Advertisement

    Jeff Tweedy and Family

    When: Wednesday, April 1st at 10:15 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Each evening at 10:15 p.m. EST, Jeff Tweedy and his family perform on their @stuffinourhouse Instagram page.

    Rufus Wainwright’s “Musical Everydays”

    When: Wednesday, April 1st

    Where: Instagram

    Advertisement

    In a series he’s calling “Musical Everydays,” Rufus Wainwright is performing one song from his catalog everyday on piano. Early installments have seen him play “Grey Gardens”, “The Art Teacher”, and “Vibrate”.

    “In these dire times, I want to share some music with you all from the warmth and comfort of our home in Los Angeles. Hopefully you’re at your homes with your loved ones as well. We have to stay positive and I feel that music and art are a large part of what gets us through times like these. It’s even more essential to be reminded about what it really means to be human: compassionate, caring, creative,” Wainwright says.

    World Cafe & Royal Mountain’s “World Tour”

    When: Daily

    Where: Instagram

    Advertisement

    Royal Mountain Records and World Cafe have announced their co-presentation of the “World Tour” live stream series. The series runs nightly throughout April at 7:00 p.m. EST, with each evening featuring two artists from different countries performing live via Royal Mountain’s Instagram.

    Scheduled performers include Ezra Furman, Hatchie, Manchester Orchestra, Dan Boeckner, Hannah Georgas, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, The Beths, Nap Eyes, Tim Burgess, Moaning, Tim Baker, and more.

    Tuesday, March 31st

    Chicano Batman Take Over Consequence of Sound’s Instagram

    When: Tuesday, March 31st

    Where: Instagram

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    Chicano Batman celebrate the release of a new single “Pink Elephant” with us on Tues, March 31st. Keep your eyes peeled for lead singer Bardo Martinez as he takes us through his day and talks making music in quarantine.

    The Fader Fort Digital Broadcast

    When: Tuesday, March 31st from 10:00 a.m. EST – 7:00 p.m. EST; Wednesday, April 1st from 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. EST

    Where: TheFader.com

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    The FADER FORT Digital broadcast features over 40 exclusive, curated performances provided by both emerging and acclaimed artists. These artists join The FADER in this broadcast as an opportunity to raise money for various charities that focus on helping the city and people of Austin, as well as musicians and the entertainment industry on the whole during this global crisis.

    Featuring performances from Kesha, TOKiMONSTA, EarthGang, Finneas, Little Dragon, G Herbo, Noah Cryrus, DJ Shadow, Giraffage, Jessie Reyez, Smino, 070 Shake, Phantogram, Hanson, Girlpool, Half Waif, Porches, Tom Misch and Yussef Dayes, The Districts, Hinds, Deb Never, Methyl Ethel, and more.

    Christine and the Queens

    When: Tuesday, March 21st at 1:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

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    Every day at 1:00 p.m. ET, the French artist also known as Héloïse Letissier performs live from Ferber recording studios in Paris. “I’ll find a way to deal with the ennui,” she writes. “Guests and weird concepts included.”

    La Blogothèque’s “Stay Away Shows”

    When: Tuesday, March 31st at 2:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    La Blogothèque is offering a new spin on its beloved “Take Away Shows” with “Stay Away Shows”. As they explain it, “We want our entire community and all music lovers to have access to their favourite artists and discover new talents during the confinement period. That’s why we’re launching the ‘Stay Away Shows’. Every day, at 7pm Paris time, 2pm NYC time, 11am LA time, on our Instagram, friends from The Blogothèque will come and play a live show with a lot of surprises. Please, stay home, stay safe.”

    Advertisement

    Early editions have featured Francis Lung, Okay Kaya, Andrew Bird, Kevin Morby, and more.

    Miley Cyrus’ “Bright Minded: Live”

    When: Tuesday, March 31st 2:30 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Each weekday, Cyrus and a special guest discuss “how to stay LIT with love in dark times.” Early episodes have featured Demi Lovato, Amy Schumer, Paris Hilton, Reese Witherspoon, Dua Lipa, and Hillary Duff.

    Charli XCX’s “Self-Isolation IG Livestream”

    When: Tuesday, March 31st at 3:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Advertisement

    Each afternoon, Charli XCX is joined by a special guest to “spark conversation, share insight, or simply entertain fans across the world who are currently practicing social distancing.” Her inaugural episodes featured a conversation with Christine and the Queens about mental health, and a personal training session with Diplo.

    Melissa Etheridge

    When: Tuesday, March 31st at 3:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Facebook

    Melissa Etheridge is performing live on Facebook everday on at 3:00 p.m. EST.

    Tayla Parx’s “Together at Home”

    When: Tuesday, March 31st at 3:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

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    Tayla Parx participates in an installment of “Together at Home”, a livestream series from Global Citizen and the World Health Organization that seeks to unify people and spur action during the coronavirus pandemic.

    Gavin Rossdale

    When: Tuesday, March 31st at 3:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Facebook

    BUSH’s Gavin Rossdale takes part in Billboard’s “Live At-Home” series to raise funds for COVID-19 relief.

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    Third Eye Blind

    When: Tuesday, March 31st at 4:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Third Eye Blind will take part in Sennheiser’s #DontStopTheMusic live stream.

    Brendan Benson’s “Boy in a Bubble”

    When: Tuesday, March 31st at 5:20 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    The Raconteurs’ Brendan Benson has announced “Boy In A Bubble”, a daily series of livestreamed solo performances. Benson will perform one song per day, pulling from all points of his storied career and premiering material from his upcoming solo album Dear Life.

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    Amanda Shires’ “I So Lounging”

    When: Tuesday, March 31st at 6:30 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube

    Amanda Shires has been staging daily live performances on YouTube with her husband Jason Isbell. Past performances have featured songs from her collaborative project The Highwomen and a cover of Warren Zevon.

    Code Orange’s ‘You and You Alone”

    When: Tuesday, March 31st at 8:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Twitch

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    Code Orange launch their new Twitch series “You and You Alone” with an “improvised performance/visual experience” from Eric “Shade” Balderose. “This is the first of many creative efforts coming down the pipeline from us during this hell period,” the band notes. “We will never settle.”

    Phish’s “Dinner and a Movie”

    When: Tuesdays at 8:30 p.m. EST

    Where: LivePhish.com

    Each Tuesday for the foreseeable future, Phish will air a full show for free from their LivePhish.com archive. Each broadcast will begin promptly at 8:30 p.m. EST.

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    Phish will also provide fans with recommended in-home recipes so they can cook along and enjoy dinner while watching the show.

    Lastly, each show will provide fans with the opportunity to donate to a non-profit hand-picked by the band.

    Elephant Stone

    When: Tuesday, March 31st at 9:00 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube

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    Elephant Stone’s weekly livestream “Sacred Sound Sessions” launches March 31st with a unique performance featuring frontman Rishi Dhir playing the sitar.

    Drew Holcomb’s “Kitchen Covers”

    When: Tuesday, March 31st at 9:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram and Facebook

    Drew Holcomb is making the most of his time in self-quarantine by creating the “Kitchen Covers” series that streams every evening at 9:00 p.m. EST via Instagram and Facebook. So far, he’s covered songs by The Avett Brothers, Tom Petty, U2, and Kenny Rogers.

    Advertisement

    Diplo’s “Corona World Tour”

    When: Tuesday, March 31st at 10:00 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube, Twitch, and Instagram

    For the duration of social distancing/quarantine practices in the U.S., Diplo will livestream DJ sets from his house five nights per week. The streams will be themed in line with Diplo’s interests: “A Very Lazer Sunday”, paying homage to his group, Major Lazer’s, dancehall and reggae roots airing Sundays at 7:00 p.m. EST; a mixed-bag “Ronatronix” set Tuesdays at 10:00 p.m. EST (the name a throwback to the iconic Hollertronix parties that launched his career); country-flecked variety show “The Thomas Wesley Show Thursdays” at 10:00 p.m. EST; ambient “Corona Sabbath Fridays” at 10:00 p.m. EST; and a good, old fashioned “Coronight Feve”r rave Saturday nights at 11:00 p.m. EST.

    Major publishers and record labels will allow the archived streams to live on YouTube and to be monetized by respective rights holders, with royalties being paid to all those whose music is played in the shows.

    Advertisement

    Rufus Wainwright’s “Musical Everydays”

    When: Tuesday, March 31st

    Where: Instagram

    In a series he’s calling “Musical Everydays,” Rufus Wainwright is performing one song from his catalog everyday on piano. Early installments have seen him play “Grey Gardens”, “The Art Teacher”, and “Vibrate”.

    “In these dire times, I want to share some music with you all from the warmth and comfort of our home in Los Angeles. Hopefully you’re at your homes with your loved ones as well. We have to stay positive and I feel that music and art are a large part of what gets us through times like these. It’s even more essential to be reminded about what it really means to be human: compassionate, caring, creative,” Wainwright says.

    Monday, March 30th

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    SOFI TUKKER Take Over Consequence of Sound’s Instagram

    When: Monday, March 30th

    Where: Instagram

    German American duo SOFI TUKKER, best known for hits like “Best Friend” and “Batshit”, bring their ’90s house-inspired jungle pop to CoS on Monday, March 30th.

    Christine and the Queens

    When: Monday, March 30th at 1:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

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    Every day at 1:00 p.m. ET, the French artist also known as Héloïse Letissier performs live from Ferber recording studios in Paris. “I’ll find a way to deal with the ennui,” she writes. “Guests and weird concepts included.”

    La Blogothèque’s “Stay Away Shows”

    When: Monday, March 30th at 2:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    La Blogothèque is offering a new spin on its beloved “Take Away Shows” with “Stay Away Shows”. As they explain it, “We want our entire community and all music lovers to have access to their favourite artists and discover new talents during the confinement period. That’s why we’re launching the ‘Stay Away Shows’. Every day, at 7pm Paris time, 2pm NYC time, 11am LA time, on our Instagram, friends from The Blogothèque will come and play a live show with a lot of surprises. Please, stay home, stay safe.”

    Advertisement

    Early editions have featured Francis Lung, Okay Kaya, Andrew Bird, Kevin Morby, and more.

    Miley Cyrus’ “Bright Minded: Live”

    When: Monday, March 30th 2:30 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Each weekday, Cyrus and a special guest discuss “how to stay LIT with love in dark times.” Early episodes have featured Demi Lovato, Amy Schumer, Paris Hilton, Reese Witherspoon, Dua Lipa, and Hillary Duff.

    Charli XCX’s “Self-Isolation IG Livestream”

    When: Monday, March 30th at 3:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Advertisement

    Each afternoon, Charli XCX is joined by a special guest to “spark conversation, share insight, or simply entertain fans across the world who are currently practicing social distancing.” Her inaugural episodes featured a conversation with Christine and the Queens about mental health, and a personal training session with Diplo.

    Melissa Etheridge

    When: Monday, March 30th at 3:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Facebook

    Melissa Etheridge is performing live on Facebook everday on at 3:00 p.m. EST.

    Tayla Parx’s “Together at Home”

    When: Monday, March 30th at 3:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Tayla Parx participates in an installment of “Together at Home”, a livestream series from Global Citizen and the World Health Organization that seeks to unify people and spur action during the coronavirus pandemic.

    Advertisement

    Brendan Benson’s “Boy in a Bubble”

    When: Monday, March 30th at 5:20 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    The Raconteurs’ Brendan Benson has announced “Boy In A Bubble”, a daily series of livestreamed solo performances. Benson will perform one song per day, pulling from all points of his storied career and premiering material from his upcoming solo album Dear Life.

    Amanda Shires’ “I So Lounging”

    When: Monday, March 30th at 6:30 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube

    Advertisement

    Amanda Shires has been staging daily live performances on YouTube with her husband Jason Isbell. Past performances have featured songs from her collaborative project The Highwomen and a cover of Warren Zevon.

    Drew Holcomb’s “Kitchen Covers”

    When: Monday, March 30th at 9:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram and Facebook

    Drew Holcomb is making the most of his time in self-quarantine by creating the “Kitchen Covers” series that streams every evening at 9:00 p.m. EST via Instagram and Facebook. So far, he’s covered songs by The Avett Brothers, Tom Petty, U2, and Kenny Rogers.

    Advertisement

    Rufus Wainwright’s “Musical Everydays”

    When: Monday, March 30th

    Where: Instagram

    In a series he’s calling “Musical Everydays,” Rufus Wainwright is performing one song from his catalog everyday on piano. Early installments have seen him play “Grey Gardens”, “The Art Teacher”, and “Vibrate”.

    “In these dire times, I want to share some music with you all from the warmth and comfort of our home in Los Angeles. Hopefully you’re at your homes with your loved ones as well. We have to stay positive and I feel that music and art are a large part of what gets us through times like these. It’s even more essential to be reminded about what it really means to be human: compassionate, caring, creative,” Wainwright says.

    Sunday, March 29th

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    ISOL-AID! 2

    When: Sunday, March 29th

    Where: Instagram

    Australian musicians including Courtney Barnett, Alex Lahey, Hatchie, Jen Cloher, Marlon Williams, and more come together for a second staging of ISOL-AID (short for Instagram Live Music Festival). Taking place between Noon to Midnight AEDT, the festival will feature artists playing 20-minute sets.

    Viewers will encouraged to donate to Support Act, Australia’s leading organization that provides relief services for music industry workers facing mental health issues or financial hardship. The debut edition of ISOL-AID raised $12,000.

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    Park the Van Records’ “Home Sick!”

    When: Sunday, March 29th

    Where: Facebook

    Park the Van Records has announced “Home Sick!”, a livestream digital music festival featuring 24 artists across their label and management roster performing from their respective homes (all around the world in the US, UK, Ireland, and Australia) this Saturday March 28th and Sunday March 29th from 3:20 p.m. EST to 12:30 a.m. EST. Scheduled performers include BRONCHO, La Luz, Gabriella Cohen, Pigeon John, Hot Flash Heat Wave, and more.

    Elton John’s “iHeart Living Room Concert for America”

    When: Sunday, March 29th at 9:00 p.m. EST

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    Where: FOX (TV) and iHeartMedia

    Elton John is hosting a benefit concert to raising money in support of coronavirus relief efforts. Scheduled performers include Dave Grohl, Billie Eilish, Billie Joe Armstrong, Mariah Carey, Alicia Keys, and Tim McGraw. Watch the replay here.

    Drew Holcomb’s “Kitchen Covers”

    When: Sunday, March 29th at 9:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram and Facebook

    Drew Holcomb is making the most of his time in self-quarantine by creating the “Kitchen Covers” series that streams every evening at 9:00 p.m. EST via Instagram and Facebook. So far, he’s covered songs by The Avett Brothers, Tom Petty, U2, and Kenny Rogers.

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    Jens Lekman

    When: Sunday, March 29th

    Where: Skype

    Jens Lekman is offering personal shows over Skype from March 23rd-29th. He explains, “For one hour each day, I will randomly be calling those who have signed up and play one song of my own choice, then move on to the next person. Sign up here. Stay strong, world!”

    Rufus Wainwright’s “Musical Everydays”

    When: Sunday, March 29th

    Where: Instagram

    In a series he’s calling “Musical Everydays,” Rufus Wainwright is performing one song from his catalog everyday on piano. Early installments have seen him play “Grey Gardens”, “The Art Teacher”, and “Vibrate”.

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    “In these dire times, I want to share some music with you all from the warmth and comfort of our home in Los Angeles. Hopefully you’re at your homes with your loved ones as well. We have to stay positive and I feel that music and art are a large part of what gets us through times like these. It’s even more essential to be reminded about what it really means to be human: compassionate, caring, creative,” Wainwright says.

    Saturday, March 28th

    ISOL-AID! 2

    When: Saturday, March 28th

    Where: Instagram

    Australian musicians including Courtney Barnett, Alex Lahey, Hatchie, Jen Cloher, Marlon Williams, and more come together for a second staging of ISOL-AID (short for Instagram Live Music Festival). Taking place between Noon to Midnight AEDT, the festival will feature artists playing 20-minute sets.

    Advertisement

    Viewers will encouraged to donate to Support Act, Australia’s leading organization that provides relief services for music industry workers facing mental health issues or financial hardship. The debut edition of ISOL-AID raised $12,000.

    Park the Van Records’ “Home Sick!”

    When: Saturday, March 28th

    Where: Facebook

    Park the Van Records has announced “Home Sick!”, a livestream digital music festival featuring 24 artists across their label and management roster performing from their respective homes (all around the world in the US, UK, Ireland, and Australia) this Saturday March 28th and Sunday March 29th from 3:20 p.m. EST to 12:30 a.m. EST. Scheduled performers include BRONCHO, La Luz, Gabriella Cohen, Pigeon John, Hot Flash Heat Wave, and more.

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    Peter Bjorn and John’s 36 Hour Live-Stream Marathon

    When: Saturday, March 28th

    Where: Twitch

    Peter Bjorn and John co-host a 36-hour video live-stream marathon on Twitch from their INGRID Studios in Stockholm. Titled 36h INGRID, the live-stream event starts at 9:00 a.m. EST on Friday – with the band’s set at 5:00 p.m. EST – and runs until Saturday the 28th at 10:00 pm EST. Peter Bjorn and John’s 36h INGRID marathon will also offer live sets and DJ sets from several of their friends in and surrounding the INGRID collective.

    During the live-stream Peter Bjorn and John will interact with fans and viewers will be able to make donations via Paypal to help cover the costs for crew and gear. All remaining funds will be divided between the other participating artists, a lot of whom are experiencing financial strains as a result of the pandemic.

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    The Orb

    When: Saturday, March 28th at 7:00 a.m. EST

    Where: WNBC London

    The Orb celebrate the release of their new album, Abolition of the Royal Familia, by holding a 24-hour DJ party. It’ll be broadcast live on WNBC London.

    Twitch Stream Aid

    When: Saturday, March 28th at 12:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Twitch

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    Matt Shultz (Cage The Elephant), Brian Aubert (Silversun Pickups), Ashley McBryde, and Yola all participate in Twitch Stream Aid – a 12-hour charity stream benefitting the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for WHO powered by the United Nations Foundation.

    La Blogothèque’s “Stay Away Shows”

    When: Saturday, March 28th at 2:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    La Blogothèque is offering a new spin on its beloved “Take Away Shows” with “Stay Away Shows”. As they explain it, “We want our entire community and all music lovers to have access to their favourite artists and discover new talents during the confinement period. That’s why we’re launching the ‘Stay Away Shows’. Every day, at 7pm Paris time, 2pm NYC time, 11am LA time, on our Instagram, friends from The Blogothèque will come and play a live show with a lot of surprises. Please, stay home, stay safe.”

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    Early editions have featured Francis Lung, Okay Kaya, Andrew Bird, Kevin Morby, and more.

    Jesse Malin’s “The Fine Art of Self Distancing”

    When: Saturday, March 28th at 4:00 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube

    Jesse Malin’s Saturday livestream series The Fine Art of Self Distancing kick off March 28 at 4:00pm EDT (YouTube), from his couch in New York City. “I’ll be playing songs, telling stories, doing bits and motivational backflips. It’s free, but with an option for donations that will help band, the road crew and me get through this crazy time of tour cancellations and postponements,” he says.

    Blossoms

    When: Saturday, March 28th at 4:00 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube

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    Blossoms have announced that they will be streaming their headline show from Stockport Plaza on February 11th, 2020 on YouTube at 4:00 p.m. EST this Saturday, March 28th. The band were set to headline the Manchester Arena this Saturday, before their UK tour dates were postponed until this August due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.

    Brendan Benson’s “Boy in a Bubble”

    When: Saturday, March 28th at 5:20 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    The Raconteurs’ Brendan Benson has announced “Boy In A Bubble”, a daily series of livestreamed solo performances. Benson will perform one song per day, pulling from all points of his storied career and premiering material from his upcoming solo album Dear Life.

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    Alec Benjamin

    When: Saturday, March 28th at 5:50 p.m. EST

    Where: Twitch

    Alec Benjamin takes to social media in a first-ever virtual tour, “These Two Windows Livestream Tour” kicking off Saturday, March 28th live for Amazon Music x Twitch Stream Aid.

    Ben Folds’ “Apartment Requests”

    When: Saturday, March 28th at 6:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Paetron

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    Ben Folds takes fan requests and play cover songs from his apartment in Sydney, Australia. “Request to your hearts desire during the live chat, and understand that there’s no science to it. When I notice one I can play, I’ll just launch into it!” he says.

    Amanda Shires’ “I So Lounging”

    When: Saturday, March 28th at 6:30 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube

    Amanda Shires has been staging daily live performances on YouTube with her husband Jason Isbell. Past performances have featured songs from her collaborative project The Highwomen and a cover of Warren Zevon.

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    Ben Gibbard’s “Live From Home”

    When: Saturday, March 28th at 7:00 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube and Facebook

    Death Cab For Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard is performing daily concerts from his home studio. His initial performances have featured a mix of DCFC songs, material from The Postal Service, and covers of Radiohead and New Order. Future shows may include special guests.

    Gibbard is also encouraging his fans to donate to organizations including Aurora Commons and the University District Food Bank.

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    Dead & Company’s “One More Saturday Night”

    When: Saturday, March 28th at 8:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Facebook

    Tune in this weekend at 8:00 p.m. EST for the second installment of “One More Saturday Night”, Dead & Company’s free weekly #CouchTour series. This Saturday will feature the concert from June 15th, 2019 at Chicago’s Wrigley Field.

    The series can be streamed every Saturday night on the band’s Facebook page – which also asks fans to please consider making a donation to the MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund.

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    Drew Holcomb’s “Kitchen Covers”

    When: Saturday, March 28th at 9:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram and Facebook

    Drew Holcomb is making the most of his time in self-quarantine by creating the “Kitchen Covers” series that streams every evening at 9:00 p.m. EST via Instagram and Facebook. So far, he’s covered songs by The Avett Brothers, Tom Petty, U2, and Kenny Rogers.

    Diplo’s “Corona World Tour”

    When: Saturday, March 28th at 11:00 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube, Twitch, and Instagram

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    For the duration of social distancing/quarantine practices in the U.S., Diplo will livestream DJ sets from his house five nights per week. The streams will be themed in line with Diplo’s interests: “A Very Lazer Sunday”, paying homage to his group, Major Lazer’s, dancehall and reggae roots airing Sundays at 7:00 p.m. EST; a mixed-bag “Ronatronix” set Tuesdays at 10:00 p.m. EST (the name a throwback to the iconic Hollertronix parties that launched his career); country-flecked variety show “The Thomas Wesley Show Thursdays” at 10:00 p.m. EST; ambient “Corona Sabbath Fridays” at 10:00 p.m. EST; and a good, old fashioned “Coronight Feve”r rave Saturday nights at 11:00 p.m. EST.

    Major publishers and record labels will allow the archived streams to live on YouTube and to be monetized by respective rights holders, with royalties being paid to all those whose music is played in the shows.

    Jens Lekman

    When: Saturday, March 28th

    Where: Skype

    Jens Lekman is offering personal shows over Skype from March 23rd-29th. He explains, “For one hour each day, I will randomly be calling those who have signed up and play one song of my own choice, then move on to the next person. Sign up here. Stay strong, world!”

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    Rufus Wainwright’s “Musical Everydays”

    When: Saturday, March 28th

    Where: Instagram

    In a series he’s calling “Musical Everydays,” Rufus Wainwright is performing one song from his catalog everyday on piano. Early installments have seen him play “Grey Gardens”, “The Art Teacher”, and “Vibrate”.

    “In these dire times, I want to share some music with you all from the warmth and comfort of our home in Los Angeles. Hopefully you’re at your homes with your loved ones as well. We have to stay positive and I feel that music and art are a large part of what gets us through times like these. It’s even more essential to be reminded about what it really means to be human: compassionate, caring, creative,” Wainwright says.

    Friday, March 27th

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    Charli XCX’s “Self-Isolation IG Livestream”

    When: Friday, March 27th at 12:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Each afternoon, Charli XCX is joined by a special guest to “spark conversation, share insight, or simply entertain fans across the world who are currently practicing social distancing.” Her inaugural episodes featured a conversation with Christine and the Queens about mental health, and a personal training session with Diplo.

    Tayla Parx

    When: Friday, March 27th at 1:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Twitch

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    Tayla Parx participated in Bandsintown’s Live Music Marathon, a two-day livestreaming event benefiting MusiCares’ COVID-19 relief fund.

    Christine and the Queens

    When: Friday, March 27th at 1:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Every day at 1:00 p.m. ET, the French artist also known as Héloïse Letissier performs live from Ferber recording studios in Paris. “I’ll find a way to deal with the ennui,” she writes. “Guests and weird concepts included.”

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    “Third Man Public Access”

    When: Friday, March 27th at 1:00 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube

    Jack White’s Third Man Records has announced Third Man Public Access, a series of daily live-streamed performances to take place from the label’s famed Blue Room in Nashville.

    Viewers will see Third Man artists “sharing whatever is inspiring them during this impossibly dystopian moment in time. Let us commiserate with you, lift your spirits, and feed your soul with the magic that only ‘live’ music / poetry / puppet shows / some sort of human connection can provide.”

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    Third Man will be including Venmo and Paypal handles so that viewers can tip the entertainers.

    Margaret Glaspy

    When: Friday, March 27th at 1:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    To celebrate the release of Devotion, Margaret Glaspy performs live on Instagram everday from March 23rd-27th.

    La Blogothèque’s “Stay Away Shows”

    When: Friday, March 27th at 2:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

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    La Blogothèque is offering a new spin on its beloved “Take Away Shows” with “Stay Away Shows”. As they explain it, “We want our entire community and all music lovers to have access to their favourite artists and discover new talents during the confinement period. That’s why we’re launching the ‘Stay Away Shows’. Every day, at 7pm Paris time, 2pm NYC time, 11am LA time, on our Instagram, friends from The Blogothèque will come and play a live show with a lot of surprises. Please, stay home, stay safe.”

    Early editions have featured Francis Lung, Okay Kaya, Andrew Bird, Kevin Morby, and more.

    Tinashe

    When: Friday, March 27th at 2:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Tinashe performs songs from her new album, Songs For You, live for the first time.

    Miley Cyrus’ “Bright Minded: Live”

    When: Friday, March 27th 2:30 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

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    Each weekday, Cyrus and a special guest discuss “how to stay LIT with love in dark times.” Early episodes have featured Demi Lovato and Amy Schumer.

    Melissa Etheridge

    When: Friday, March 27th at 3:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Facebook

    Melissa Etheridge is performing live on Facebook everday on at 3:00 p.m. EST.

    Little Dragon

    When: Friday, March 27th at 3:00 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube

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    In celebration of their new album New Me, Same Us, Little Dragon perform for fans via a YouTube live concert from their studio in Gothenburg TODAY at 3:00 p.m. EST. The set will be followed by a live Q&A.

    San Fermin

    When: Friday, March 27th at 3:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Every Friday, San Fermin signs onto Instagram for music, conversation, and more.

    Jessie J

    When: Friday, March 27th at 3:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Jessie J celebrates her 32nd birthday by going live on Instagram. The “Let’s Get Live Staying Inside” will benefit WHO and Unicef.

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    Elvis Costello From Isolation

    When: Friday, March 27th at 3:30 p.m. EST

    Where: Facebook

    Elvis Costello performs “from his underground lair” on behalf of Artists4NHS. All proceeds will go towards NHS charities.

    Disclosure’s “Kitchen Mix”

    When: Friday, March 27th at 4:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram and YouTube

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    Disclosure returns with another installment of their “Kitchen Mix” series.

    Brendan Benson’s “Boy in a Bubble”

    When: Friday, March 27th at 5:20 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    The Raconteurs’ Brendan Benson has announced “Boy In A Bubble”, a daily series of livestreamed solo performances. Benson will perform one song per day, pulling from all points of his storied career and premiering material from his upcoming solo album Dear Life.

    Jehnny Beth

    When: Friday, March 27th at 5:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

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    Savages leader Jehnny Beth read passages from her forthcoming collection of erotic short stories, Crimes Against Love Manifesto (C.A.L.M.).

    Dirty Projectors 

    When: Friday, March 27th at 6:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Dirty Projectors members David Longstreth and Maia Friedman celebrates the group’s new Windows Open EP by performing “new songs, covers, maybe a few oldies.”

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    Vanessa Carlton

    When: Friday, March 27th at 6:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    To support her new album Love is an Art, Vanessa Carlton performs daily livestreams until March 27th.

    RAC

    When: Friday, March 27th at 6:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Twitch

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    Grammy-wining producer RAC is livestreaming a performance from his studio in Portland. In partnership with Amazon Music, the event is called “Studio Hangs w/ RAC”, and also sees RAC answering fan questions in between performances.

    Amanda Shires’ “I So Lounging”

    When: Daily at 6:30 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube

    Amanda Shires has been staging daily live performances on YouTube with her husband Jason Isbell. Past performances have featured songs from her collaborative project The Highwomen and a cover of Warren Zevon.

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    Ben Gibbard’s “Live From Home”

    When: Friday, March 27th at 7:00 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube and Facebook

    Death Cab For Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard is performing daily concerts from his home studio. His initial performances have featured a mix of DCFC songs, material from The Postal Service, and covers of Radiohead and New Order. Future shows may include special guests.

    Gibbard is also encouraging his fans to donate to organizations including Aurora Commons and the University District Food Bank.

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    They Might Be Giants

    When: Friday, March 27th at 7:00 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube

    They Might Be Giants have announced a live stream broadcast of their Brooklyn show from October of 2015 this Friday at 7:00 p.m. EST, with a real-time watch party where fans can chat with other TMBGers.

    Tank and the Bangas

    When: Friday, March 27th at 7:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Twitch

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    Tanks and the Bangas participate in Bandsintown’s Live Music Marathon, a two-day livestreaming event benefiting MusiCares’ COVID-19 relief fund.

    Basia Bulat

    When: Friday, March 27th at 7:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    To celebrate today’s release of her new album, Are You in Love?, Basia Bulat perform live on Instagram beginning at 7:00 p.m. EST

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    Half Waif

    When: Friday, March 27th at 7:30 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube and Facebook

    Half Waif celebrate the release of her new album, The Caretaker, with a livestream beginning at 7:30 p.m. EST.

    Devon Allman’s “We Are Still All Together Tour”

    When: Friday, March 27th at 8:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Facebook

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    Devon Allman of The Allman Betts Band is going to go “on tour” from his house. These performances will be pro-shot on a pro camera rig, not a phone, not a computer setup on the kitchen table, but it will be mixed professionally complete with video intros, outros, fading and transitions on the fly.

    “One night will be cover songs, one night originals, one night Q&A live, one night special guests, one night request hour, etc” says Allman.

    There will also be a virtual tip jar in place to donate with proceeds going to The Allman Betts Band touring crew to help during the time off of touring.

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    Jill Andrews

    When: Friday, March 27th at 8:00 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube

    Jill Andrews celebrates the release of her new album, Thirties, by performing it in full live on her YouTube channel.

    Big Mouth: Live Table Read!

    When: Friday, March 27th at 8:00 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube

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    Nick Kroll and the cast of Netflix’s Big Mouth stream a live table read. The stream will benefit Feeding America to ensure no one goes hungry during the pandemic.

    Reggie Watts

    When: Friday, March 27th at 8:30 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube

    Reggie Watts participates in Cancelled Fest alongside artists like Goon, Cartalk, Draag, and Illuminati Hotties.

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    Donations will be accepted at Venmo account @Cancelled-Fest to help alleviate the financial impact of cancelled live shows and lost income for artists around the country.

    Drew Holcomb’s “Kitchen Covers”

    When: Friday, March 27th at 9:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram and Facebook

    Drew Holcomb is making the most of his time in self-quarantine by creating the “Kitchen Covers” series that streams every evening at 9:00 p.m. EST via Instagram and Facebook. So far, he’s covered songs by The Avett Brothers, Tom Petty, U2, and Kenny Rogers.

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    Big Freedia’s “Friday Night Shakedown”

    When: Every Friday night at 9pm EST

    Where: Facebook and Instagram Live

    New Orleans’ Queen of Bounce, Big Freedia, and her shake team perform live for fans every Friday night for the foreseeable future. “With all that’s happening right now, we need some joy and fun,” says Big Freedia. “Shakedown Fridays is a time for everyone to tune-in and shake with me and get some much-needed distraction from the news.”

    Fans are encouraged to donate to the Greater New Orleans Disaster Relief Fund.

    More shows are in the works, including a cooking show, Big Freedia’s Kitchen, and Big Freedia’s Sunday Morning Gospel.

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    Dierks Bentley

    When: Friday, March 27th at 9:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram and Facebook

    Dierks Bentley participates in Bud Light’s “Dive Bar Tour: Home Edition”.

    Diplo’s “Corona World Tour”

    When: Friday, March 27th at 10:00 p.m. EST

    Where: YouTube, Twitch, and Instagram

    For the duration of social distancing/quarantine practices in the U.S., Diplo will livestream DJ sets from his house five nights per week. The streams will be themed in line with Diplo’s interests: “A Very Lazer Sunday”, paying homage to his group, Major Lazer’s, dancehall and reggae roots airing Sundays at 7:00 p.m. EST; a mixed-bag “Ronatronix” set Tuesdays at 10:00 p.m. EST (the name a throwback to the iconic Hollertronix parties that launched his career); country-flecked variety show “The Thomas Wesley Show Thursdays” at 10:00 p.m. EST; ambient “Corona Sabbath Fridays” at 10:00 p.m. EST; and a good, old fashioned “Coronight Feve”r rave Saturday nights at 11:00 p.m. EST.

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    Major publishers and record labels will allow the archived streams to live on YouTube and to be monetized by respective rights holders, with royalties being paid to all those whose music is played in the shows.

    Questlove

    When: Friday, March 27th at 10:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram and YouTube

    Questlove  has put a new spin on DJing during these times with livestreamed sessions while sheltered in place. Tonight, he partners with Amazon  Prime Video to celebrate the premiere of their new show Making the Cut with a virtual DJ set after party on his Instagram Live and on The Roots YouTube channel at 10:00 p.m. EST. Making the Cut and Questlove have pledged to donate over half a million dollars to The World Health Organization and the Food Education Fund’s Food Hub NYC.

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    Hit-Boy and Boi-1da

    When: Friday, March 27th at 10:30 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Hip-hop producers Hit-Boy and Boi-1da face off in a beat battle live on Instagram.

    Rufus Wainwright’s “Musical Everydays”

    When: Friday, March 27th

    Where: Instagram

    In a series he’s calling “Musical Everydays,” Rufus Wainwright is performing one song from his catalog everyday on piano. Early installments have seen him play “Grey Gardens”, “The Art Teacher”, and “Vibrate”.

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    “In these dire times, I want to share some music with you all from the warmth and comfort of our home in Los Angeles. Hopefully you’re at your homes with your loved ones as well. We have to stay positive and I feel that music and art are a large part of what gets us through times like these. It’s even more essential to be reminded about what it really means to be human: compassionate, caring, creative,” Wainwright says.

    Jens Lekman

    When: Friday, March 27th

    Where: Skype

    Jens Lekman will be offering personal shows over Skype from March 23rd-29th. He explains, “For one hour each day, I will randomly be calling those who have signed up and play one song of my own choice, then move on to the next person. Sign up here. Stay strong, world!”

    Thursday, March 26th

    Neil Young’s “Fireside Session”

    When: Thursday, March 26th

    Where: Neil Young Archives

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    Neil Young delivers rare solo acoustic performances of “Words”, “Love And Only Love”, and “On the Beach” during a snowy livestream.

    Jon Batiste’s “Together At Home”

    When: Thursday, March 26th at 5:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Jon Batiste participates in an installment of “Together at Home”, a livestream series from Global Citizen and the World Health Organization that seeks to unify people and spur action during the coronavirus pandemic.

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    Exploding in Sound Records – Live From Home

    When: Thursday, March 26th at 6:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Exploding in Sound Records teams up with a handful of their artists for a livestream extravaganza of short stripped-down performances taking place on Instagram Live. Performers include Pile, Bethlehem Steel, Kal Marks, Shell of a Shell, Ovlov’s Steve Harlett, and more.

    Amanda Palmer

    When: Thursday, March 26th at 6:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Twitch

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    Amanda Palmer participates in Bandsintown’s Live Music Marathon, a two-day livestreaming event benefiting MusiCares’ COVID-19 relief fund.

    Dave Matthews

    When: Thursday, March 26th at 8:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Twitter

    Dave Matthews kicks off Verizon’s new weekly streaming series, Pay It Forward Live, which comes in support of small businesses impacted by COVID-19. Matthews performs a 30-minute set from his home.

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    Waxahatchee and Kevin Morby

    When: Thursday, March 26th

    Where: Instagram

    Waxahatchee and Kevin Morby stage another livestream next on Waxahatchee’s Instagram.

    During their first livestream, the pair covered songs by Blink-182, Everclear, and Silver Jews. Plus, Fleet Foxes’ Robin Pecknold made a surprise cameo.

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    Ladysmith Black Mambazo

    When: Friday, March 27th at 12:00 a.m. EST

    Where: Facebook and YouTube

    Last week, Ladysmith Black Mambazo was able to perform a concert in an empty Royce Hall before safely returning to South Africa. UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance (CAP UCLA) recorded their performance with three camera operators, a few staff, and a modest yet passionately committed crew, just before increased public health measures came into place. KCRW, in collaboration with CAP UCLA, is proud to present this exclusive concert on-air and online.

    Wednesday, March 25th

    James Bay – Guitar Lessons

    When: Wednesday, March 25th at 1:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

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    James Bay announced is taking to Instagram Live over the next few weeks to give guitar lessons of some of his songs.

    Nicole Atkins’ “In My Room”

    When: Wednesday, March 25th at 3:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Nicole Atkins participated in Rolling Stone’s “In My Room” Instagram live series.

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    Molly Tuttle

    When: Wednesday, March 25th at 3:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Bluegrass musician Molly Tuttle took part in Sennheiser recently launched #DontStoptheMusic virtual concert series.

    William DuVall of Alice in Chains

    When: Wednesday, March 25th at 4:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Facebook

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    Alice in Chains singer William DuVall performed a live set in quarantine via the Heavy Consequence Facebook page on Wednesday, March 25th, at 4:00 p.m. EST / 1:00 p.m. PST. He’ll perform songs from his debut solo album One Alone.

    “DJ D-Nice Couch Party”

    When: Wednesday, March 25th at 6:30 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    DJ D-Nice, whose Club Quarantine DJ sets are proving to be the most lit, star-studded dance parties on Instagram, teamed up with former first lady Michelle Obama for a livestream to encourage voter registration.

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    Weyes Blood

    When: Wednesday, March 25th at 10:00 p.m. EST

    Where: Instagram

    Weyes Blood performed a stay-at-home concert for Pitchfork’s Instagram beginning at 10:00 p.m. EST.

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