As we continue to figure out how to navigate this strange, new isolated world, more and more artists are turning to alternative methods for getting their music straight to fans. While concerts, tours and festivals are being suspended or straight-up canceled around the globe, musicians are, in turn, bringing virtual performances to their fans. The weekend was dotted with live Instagram events such as the ones hosted by Courtney Barnett, Lucius and Ben Gibbard, but those are far from the only live music streams you can check out these days on your phone or computer.

We already rounded up a few folks who are bringing all-encompassing quarantine content to your Instagram feed. Here, however, is a more comprehensive calendar for specific livestreams happening on a daily basis. Check this space throughout the week (March 23-27) for new additions, and don’t forget to tip/support the artists you love during this ongoing crisis.



Country singer Brandy Clark (who recently released her excellent new album Your Life is a Record) is also partnering with Global Citizen/World Health Organization today for a #TogetherAtHome livestream.

Asthmatic Kitty records announced Monday that they’re releasing Sufjan Stevens’ and his stepdad Lowell Brams’ new joint project Aporia early. The album was originally due out this Friday, March 27. Now Asthmatic Kitty says the record should be in stores “today or tomorrow,” but it arrives digitally later today on YouTube.

Two country heroes—who also happen to be husband and wife—Trisha Yearwood and Garth Brooks are logging on tonight to take requests and play a few songs. You can make your requests in the comments section of this post.

Philly rockers Queen of Jeans will spotlight frontwoman Miri tonight for a solo Instagram Live session.

Tonight at 6 p.m. PT comedian Whitmer Thomas will go live on Instagram in support of his “favorite” L.A. venue The Satellite. Fingers crossed we’ll hear his new viral hit “Big Baby.”

The masked country crooner will play some “quarantunes” tonight in honor of the one-year anniversary of his debut album Pony.

The New Jersey label will be hosting an all-day, online event featuring 20 artists from across their robust roster.

The Australian indie rockers are hosting Distant Together 2: Lost in Your Living Room, an online festival that features Rosie Tucker, Slingshot Dakota and many more.

Indie rock/pop singer Caroline Rose is the first guest on Vinyl Me, Please’s new Lost Sounds Radio series. Rose (or Uncle Carol, as some may know her) will also answer questions during and after the stream.

Quirky DJ/producer Diplo will join fellow spinner Ronatronix for a living room DJ set. Diplo is consistently announcing these sets throughout the outbreak.

Nashville music firm Big Yellow Dog Music is bringing us #BYDCouchConcert, a recurring series featuring live music and Q&As. Thursday’s performance is courtesy of Daniel Tashian, and the series will pick back up next Monday, March 30, also at 3 p.m.

The country singer kicked off her “Lonely Together” Instagram live series on Tuesday and continues Thursday with special guest Mary Steenburgen. More episodes will broadcast next week.

The Canadian folk musician will take requests and perform songs in her living room following a canceled tour. She warns: “Professionalism not guaranteed.”

On the eve of her new record’s release, Waxahatchee’s Katie Crutchfield will team up with Kevin Morby again this week for another night of interacting with fans, playing tunes and welcoming guests.

Singer/songwriter Erin McKeown has been livestreaming her “Cabin Fever” broadcasts from her house since 2009, so this is just an average week for her. This week’s episode is appropriately titled “Let’s Co-Video Together!”

The country singer will play a “sleepy time” Saturday night set for her Instagram followers. The poster instructs viewers to BYOB and “come as you are.”

You have to give it up to the legendary Preservation Hall Jazz Band—not only are they serving up livestream content, they’re doing it everyday until further notice at 6:30 p.m. New Orleans time. Check out #ThePorchSessions sometime this week and “Keep your head up.”

The pop singer will be performing two songs a day, every day, until further notice. She’s also taking over the Paste Magazine Instagram on Wednesday, March 25.

Texas singer/songwriter David Ramirez is going live every day this week to raise money for the Health Alliance for Austin Musicians.

Brendan Benson will begin broadcasting solo sets daily at 5:20 p.m. ET (that’s 4:20 CT, mind you) on Tuesday. This “Boy In A Bubble” series will feature songs from throughout his career as well as new material from his forthcoming Third Man Records album Dear Life.

Everything is getting cancelled, but not Cancelled Fest, which is bringing the best of indie to your living room. The three-day event kicks off Wednesday night with sets from Cartalk, illuminati hotties, Daniel Brouns and more.

Really Nice Fest When: Wednesday at 5 p.m. ET, Thursday at 4:11 p.m. ET Where: @reallyniceinsta on Instagram

A rotating selection of artists guest on Ron Gallo’s Really Nice Fest. This week’s guests include Natalie Prass and Eric Slick. The poster advises viewers to check back daily for updates.

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