After having to cancel a number of tour dates, the folk-rock duo announced they will be streaming a free show and Q&A on Facebook. "We will be going live on Facebook this Thursday, March 19th 6:00pm EST, and playing a low key, home grown set of songs and talking to people directly through Q and A.
Moore and her husband, Taylor Goldsmith of Dawes, will be playing live from their home on Friday, March 20, at 4 p. m. ET. "Me and my fav guy, taylordawesgoldsmith are gonna sing some songs tomorrow at 4pm est from our living room," she wrote on Instagram. "Join us!! #SilverLandings and @dawestheband tunes …. and we’ll answer some questions too.
On March 18, the "Come On Get Higher" singer announced on Instagram that he would be performing live from his backyard March 18 on Instagram Live and Facebook Live beginning at 5 p. m. PT/8 p. m. ET. "Thinking about doing this on the regular for a while, so that should be fun," he captioned the video. Yes, it will.
The crooner took a cue from Martin and announced he'll be playing a show on March 17 at 1 p. m. PT (4 p. m. ET). "My friend Chris Martin did a lovely little concert from home today.
And while I'm proud that we're all doing the necessary things at the moment to help flatten the curve, I know it has left us all incredibly isolated. " To that end, he announced he'll be playing music live from his home studio every day at 4 p. m.
She and husband David Foster took to Instagram Live for their first "show" with songs like "Smile," "I'll Be Seeing You," and "Hallelujah. " They plan to perform each evening at 5:30 p. m. PT.
The lineup reportedly includes Miguel, Jhené Aiko, Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello, and Charlie Puth. "As entertainers, we want to entertain you guys and we want to help everybody get through this," Legend reportedly said on social media.
He may even have a few guests stop by "digitally. "I’m gonna start covering songs live on insta, kind of like Kelly Clarkson without the tv show or budget.
He even took requests from commenters and played hits like "Green Eyes," which fans haven't heard at live shows as much in recent years.
The streaming platform is launching a concert series called "At Home With Tidal" that will offer members and nonmembers 12-hour streams of iconic performances from everyone from Jay-Z and Beyoncé to 21 Savage.