Welcome to our Gig guide of the latest live music. During these uncertain times, we are isolating at home and missing our live music as all concerts, performances, etc. across the world have been postponed or canceled. In light of this, we’ve pulled together a page of our favourite gigs from home, as many country and Americana artists have been recording music from their home studios or making content available online.
We’re calling this our ‘(Virtual) Gig Guide’ and you can find a selection of our favourite videos below from artists such as Brad Paisley, Keith Urban, and Mary Chapin Carpenter. Enjoy as much country music as you can, from the comfort of your own home. We may be isolated but we can still come together through music and reach out, so use our gig guide of the latest live music to get your fix during isolation!
Brad Paisley and Lady Antebellum join forces to perform a special socially distanced concert from a warehouse in Nashville where they’ve set up their full concert staging. This event is part of the Bud Light Seltzer Sessions and was streamed live on Facebook.
Joining the ranks of artists around the world trying to bring a little music and light into these uncertain days, I made a song video today with Angus’ help…we are calling this wee series #songsfromhome.
During lockdown, Keith Urban has been producing music from his home studio which is located in his basement. He’s broadcast a number of videos online and called the whole thing ‘Urban Underground’.
Luke Combs has broadcast a number of live stream performances from lockdown, including a premiere of his new song ‘Six Feet Apart’ and his Miller Light live concert. You can watch all the performances below.
There has never been a night like BIG NIGHT (At the Museum). Troubled times often bring out the best in us all, and these times have called for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum to remove some of its most treasured instruments from their cases, and place them in the hands of modern masters for an unprecedented night of music. This event raised money for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum during troubled times.