ben gibbard live from home
Ben Gibbard during one of his "Live From Home" sessions
Ben Gibbard / YouTube
By Bonnie Stiernberg / March 23, 2020 10:48 am

As coronavirus continues to keep us all cooped up in quarantine, many musicians have been left sitting at home. Tours have been canceled and venues are closed, but the show must go on — which is why many artists have taken to livestreaming private shows to keep fans entertained during the crisis.

Whether it’s on Facebook Live, Instagram Live or a paid platform like StageIt, you can still catch plenty of music while you shelter-in-place this week. We’ve compiled a list of this week’s livestreams below, which we will be updating continuously all week. Watch this space for more.

DAILY


Third Man Public Access
1 p.m. EST
Jack White’s record label is streaming daily performances via YouTube. (Third Man will announce each day’s Public Access artist the day of the show.) Link here.

Ben Gibbard
7 p.m. EST
The Death Cab for Cutie frontman has been streaming “Live from Home” from his home studio every day during quarantine. (Sunday’s was an all-covers show.) You can tune in via Facebook Live or YouTube. Links here.

Vanessa Carlton
6 p.m. EST
Carlton will be performing two songs every day on her Instagram. Link here.

Jens Lekman
For one hour every day from March 23 to March 29, Lekman will call fans via Skype and personally perform one song for them before moving on to the next on the list. You can sign up here.

MARCH 23


Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood
7 p.m. EST
The country star will be playing requests as part of his “Inside Studio G” stream via Facebook Live. Link here.

Low Cut Connie
6 p.m. EST
Fans of the Philly band can tune in via Facebook Live. Link here.

Julia Steiner of Ratboys
8 p.m. EST
The Ratboys vocalist will be streaming via SocialDistance.party. Link here.

Brandy Clark
3 p.m. EST
The country singer will go live on her Instagram this afternoon. Link here.

Christine and the Queens
2 p.m. EST
The band will perform via Instagram Live as part of “Together, At Home: WHO-Global Citizen Solidarity Sessions.” Link here.

Years & Years
3 p.m. EST
The band will perform via Instagram Live as part of “Together, At Home: WHO-Global Citizen Solidarity Sessions.” Link here.

Picture This
5 p.m. EST
The band will perform via Instagram Live as part of “Together, At Home: WHO-Global Citizen Solidarity Sessions.” Link here.

Vance Joy
6 p.m. EST
The singer will perform via Instagram Live as part of “Together, At Home: WHO-Global Citizen Solidarity Sessions.” Link here.

“Hats Off to the ’80s and ’90s: The Music Continues”: with Tim Rushlow, Wade Hayes, Bryan White, T. Graham Brown, David Frizzell, Ronnie McDowell, Lulu Roman and Tim Atwood
5-7 p.m. EST
The show will stream via RFD-TV, the Heartland Network and artists’ Facebook pages. Link here.

Rhett Miller
9 p.m. EST
The Old 97s’ frontman will perform a set via StageIt. Link here.

MARCH 24


Diplo/Ronatronix DJ set
10 p.m. EST
Diplo is live-streaming DJ sets from his living room via YouTube. Link here.

George Shingleton
8:30 p.m. EST
Shingleton is performing via Facebook Live every Tuesday. Link here.

MARCH 25

Robyn Hitchcock
6 p.m. EST
Hitchcock will be performing via StageIt, with proceeds going to the East Nashville community affected by the recent tornado and COVID-19. Link here.

The War & Treaty
9 p.m. EST
The group will perform via StageIt. Link here.

Lisa Loeb
2 p.m. EST
Loeb will go live via her YouTube channel.

MARCH 26


Diplo: “The Thomas Wesley Show” (country-based DJ set)
10 p.m. EST
Diplo will stream his country DJ set via YouTube and Instagram. Link here.

Shannon McNally
10:30 p.m. EST
McNally will be streaming via StageIt. Link here.