The song also features on Greta Van Fleet's new album, 'The Battle At Garden's Gate', set for release tomorrow.
Appearing as a one-man band, the rising star played a medley of three ‘Tickets To My Downfall’ tracks in three minutes.
The poignant Rodgers and Hammerstein song appears on Taylor’s Grammy-nominated LP, ‘American Standard.’
‘Care’ is featured on Beabadoobee’s debut album ‘Fake It Flowers,’ which was released in October.
The country star performed the album’s title track last night on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live.’
Price filmed a version of the track from her new album with her socially-distanced band on a torchlit patio around the pool.
The EP is a selection of live, re-worked versions of tracks from the artist's UK chart-topping debut album 'Without Fear.'
Brandon Flowers and Ronnie Vannucci Jr. play their new single for Jimmy Kimmel’s daily “Quarantine Minilogue”.
Both the new tracks also feature on Tame Impala's new album, 'The Slow Rush', which is out now.
The track comes on the heels of Goldblum's second No. 1 album in the jazz charts, 'I Shouldn’t Be Telling You This,' released on 1 November to widespread acclaim.
‘Are You in Love?’ also features on Blake’s fourth album 'Assume Form', which was released in January.
The track arrives as Currington continues his 'Stay Up ‘Til The Sun Tour,' with dates extending into autumn 2019.
On that day there will be an official commemorative certificate presentation at City Hall, with The Specials’ founding members Terry Hall, Lynval Golding and Horace Panter in attendance.
The song criticizes topical political issues including institutional racism and America’s gun violence.
For the fourth annual 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' (RED) benefit show, U2 frontman Bono duetted with Pharrell for a cover of the Bee Gees’ iconic song ‘Stayin’ Alive’.