The iconic artist played classic tunes and answered fan questions in a prerecorded video, in support of Artists4NHS.
“Given we should be seeing 100,000 of you fans on this tour we thought we’d bring forward the release of a record we made at the end of last year.”
We’ve got your self-isolation entertainment needs covered with a list of must-see live-streamed concerts, virtual festivals and more – all updated daily.
The live-stream will benefit the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization.
'Homefest' will also feature contributions from Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa and Andrea Bocelli.
Luke Combs, Darius Rucker and Eric Church are all confirmed to fill the same headline roles next year.
As the coronavirus pandemic affects nations around the globe, artists are doing their part to make a difference by supporting these worthy charitable causes.
Tame Impala, Stevie Nicks and Miley Cyrus were among the headliners for the annual New York festival.
The “Changes” artist will drop a new digital compilation every Tuesday and Thursday.
From soothing songs to upbeat pop, these curated playlists will offer much-needed musical therapy amid the coronavirus crisis.
The concert will take place Sunday, 5 April at 12:00 pm PST/3:00 pm EST on Buffalo’s streaming partner, Cadenza.tv.
The 1971 ballad re-enters Billboard's Hot Rock Songs chart dated 28 March at No. 15.
The global initiative encourages fans to share lines from The Beatles’ ‘The Inner Light’ to raise funds for those affected by the coronavirus.
Ground-breaking Montreux shows from Johnny Cash, Carlos Santana, Phil Collins and more will also be available.
“It feels a little strange releasing something so lighthearted in the middle of such a heavy time for our world, but I also think it’s a good reminder that we will get...