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LIVE MUSIC: Where to See What...From Home

Gary Lightbody of Snow Patrol did an Instagram Live performance for fans on Thursday. He did a countdown of the ten favorite Snow Patrol songs as voted on by fans and while he was playing number-two, "Chasing Cars," the feed cut out because he'd reached the Instagram Live one hour limit. He restarted "Chasing Cars" and finished with "Run." Both live sets are saved on Snow Patrol'sInstagram story. He added that he'll be doing these shows weekly.

The Paris-based La Blogothèque has uploaded 46 of its Soirées de Poches (Pocket Parties) series, shot in people’s apartments, to YouTube. The performers include Vampire Weekend, St. Vincent and Andrew BirdSharon Van Etten, Bon Iver, Local Natives, Feist and Father John Misty.

Rhett Miller of Old 97's will play a show from his home in upstate New York via StageIt at 9:00 pm ET Friday night.

Niall HoranCommon and Hozier are the next three artists in the "Together, At Home: WHO-Global Citizen Solidarity Sessions" series today (Thursday) and tomorrow. The former One Direction member will perform at 4 p.m. ET, followed by Common at 6:30 p.m. ET. Hozier will go live at 3 p.m. ET on Friday.

Pete Yorn did a four song set live on Instagram Thursday afternoon and left it archived on his Story. He wrote, "I’ll try and visit and play some music for ya's as much as I can. And also tomorrow [Friday] will drop a very rare full band live show from the archives on all streaming services."

Erikah Badu will live-stream her Apocalypse One concert from her bedroom this weekend. The show, which will cost $1, will include fan requests in addition to her own song choices. Full details on exactly where and when are still to come.

Waxahatchee, whose new album,Saint Cloud, drops a week from tomorrow, will play an Instagram concert at 9 p.m. ET tonight (Thursday). She also says the rescheduled dates for her postponed tour are being added and updated on her website.

Brad Paisley will stream a live show tonight at 6 p.m. ET on Facebook.

Third Man Records has announced a livestreaming series calledPublic Access. Every day at 1:00 p.m. ET they'll stream a show from their blue room in Nashville on YouTube. They say, "We have fewer than 10 people in the Blue Room (and at Third Man HQ in general), and everyone is staying more than six feet apart." Up first today (Thursday) isLuke Schneider. The label is also including Venmo and Paypal handles for fans to "tip your entertainers."

ACL Stands With Austin will feature livestreamed performances from Spoon’s Britt Daniel, Shakey Graves, Bob Schneider and more Friday at 9:00 p.m. ET at ACLTV.com. The show is a fundraiser for the Austin Community Foundation’s Stand With Austin campaign.

Indigo Girls will do a Facebook live performance and Q-and-A today (Thursday) at 6 p.m. ET.

Willie Nelson will attempt a virtual version of this year’s edition of his annual backyard Luck Reunion festival between 7 p.m. and midnight ET today (Thursday). Taking part in‘Til Further Notice are Willie and sons Lukas and Micah Nelson, Nathaniel Rateliff, Margo Price and Jeremy Ivey, Jewel, Randy Houser and others. Watch it on the Luck Reunion website,Twitch.tv or Facebook.

Charli XCX is hosting a daily series of "self-isolating" live chats on her Instagram Stories. Her first, with Christine and the Queens, took place Wednesday at noon ET. Today she'll get a personal training session from Diplo. Rita Ora guests on Friday, Kim Petras on Saturday and Clairo on Sunday. Check her Instagram Stories for the times. 

Miley Cyrus is hosting what she's calling her "Bright Minded" live stream on Instagram Mondays through Fridays starting at 2:30 p.m. ET.

Ben Gibbard of Death Cab for Cutie did his first "Live From Home" concert Tuesday evening and promises a new show on Facebook and YouTube each day at 7 p.m. for the next few weeks. The first two performances are up on YouTubenow.

Luke Bryan played live from his cigar shop in Florida this morning (Thursday).

Charlie Puth was the third artist in the "Together, At Home: WHO-Global Citizen Solidarity Sessions" series on Wednesday. His show is archived on YouTube. He followed Chris Martin of Coldplay and John Legend

Steve Wynn of Dream Syndicate and The Baseball Project did a live performance from his apartment in Queens, New York on Wednesday. You can replay it on his Facebook page. Fastball singer-guitarist Miles Zuniga played a live concert on Tuesday. You can watch it on his Facebook page.

L.A.'s Grammy Museum is currently closed, but they're opening up their archive of more than 900 artist interviews to the public. They’ll post one new interview every couple of days. Billie Eilish and Finneas, Brandi Carlile, Greta Van Fleet, X Ambassadors and Yola are among the first group of artists to be featured. Go to GrammyMuseum.org.

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