Missing Music? These artists are streaming performances

Concerts can be fun without the crowds! Just because you’re stuck at home, doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the simple things in life – including live music. Whether it’s from their homes or at a full-blown concert, check out these videos of artists streaming concerts and performances for fans:

Bruce Springsteen: The artist’s “London Calling: Live in Hype Park” can be enjoyed online. The entire concert is available on YouTube. Watch Here

Coldplay: Watch singer Chris Martin stream performance from home called #TogetherFromHome. Watch Here

John Legend: At his home piano, the artist performed songs with his wife and daughter watching. Watch Here

Rob Thomas: The Matchbox Twenty Singer took to social media as part of #SocialDistancingSessions to perform for his fans. Watch Here

Keith Urban: The country singer streamed via Instagram with his wife, Nicole Kidman, by his side. Watch Here

Garth Brooks: Another country singer played a concert during his weekly “Inside Studio G” series. Watch Here

Dropkick Murphys: In celebration of St. Patricks Day, the Irish band performed a full-blown concert streamed online. Watch Here

Fatboy Slim: The DJ mixed up “Carpool Karaoke” as “Carpool DJs” spending 30 minutes dancing with music in the car. Watch Here

Luke Combs: The country singer has promised weekly live stream mini-concerts. Watch Here

Grammy Museum: The museum is releasing never-before-seen performances from a variety of artists including Billie Ellish, Greta Van Fleet, and X Ambassadors. Watch Here

“In My Room”: Launched by Rolling Stone, this series will host episodes every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday on Instagram. Watch Here

Metropolitan Opera: Although it’s closed, the Met will stream performances live every day. Watch Here

Patton Oswalt: The well-known comedian is filming himself tell jokes in his front yard. Watch Here

No matter your taste in music, artists around the world are giving you access to their performances!

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