With restaurants and bars shutting down and sold-out tours being canceled country singers like Luke Bryan, Carrie Underwood, Blake Shelton, and more superstars have been performing at-home concerts for us fans to watch online. While we’re living through difficult times and as we come to terms with life under self-quarantine amid the coronavirus pandemic, music can help bring us joy — and so we thank these musicians who are helping to bring a smile to our day.
And thank you CMT who just announced an uplifting virtual tribute to recognize the most vital and inspirational Americans on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic — CMT Celebrates Our Heroes will premiere Wednesday, June 3 at 8 pm E.T. and will feature one-of-a-kind tributes and performances from country music’s biggest stars including, Florida Georgia Line, Kelsea Ballerini, Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, Miranda Lambert, Thomas Rhett and more to be announced, all filmed directly from their own homes and virtually produced by CMT.
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In addition to performing during One World: Together at Home, the Aussie singer has performed quite a few live-streaming mini-concerts with the help of his number one fan, Nicole Kidman, who we love seeing dance and sing along to her hubby’s tunes.
Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton
While Shelton and Stefani had planned to perform their hit duet “Nobody But You” on stage at the ACM Awards they still found a way to make it happen.
“Especially In times like these, we need to remember how blessed we are to be alive, and to make every second count,” Chesney wrote. “Wherever, however you are, look around, dig in, get engaged! Love the people you’re with, find something to smile about. Be mindful, but be happy… and obviously take care of yourself and others. The #hereandnow music video is out now.”
Blake Shelton & Gwen Stefani
The superstar couple gave us a little sneak peek captioning, “Not only did we release an acoustic track for #NobodyButYou, but we got y’all a video too! OUT NOW! Go give it a watch! ”
“Trying to bring a little joy to your day,” the country star captioned. “I hope you are all staying safe & healthy out there. Take care of yourself, and try to find little ways to bring peace & joy to your day as you can.” The mom of two has been taking to her social media to sing a few songs and also guided meditations.
The multi-platinum selling recording artist and songwriter found out his show was canceled last week but was determined to perform for his fans but in the comfort of their own homes — while everyone is under quarantine his show titled #Rescheduled will air live on his YouTube.
Brad Paisley & Carrie Underwood
Brad Paisley and the former American Idol winner sang “Remind Me” — Underwood in her kitchen as she prepped dinner for her family and Paisley is his at-home studio.
Legendary country star Tim McGraw took to Instagram wanting to know what some of our favorite songs were growing up captioning, “Who’s got cool songs they’ve always loved to play when they’re sitting around the house or when u were in high school or college?” The singer went on to play one of his personal favorites by John Schneider, “Take the Long Way Home.”
American Idol Judge Luke Bryan took to Facebook Live from his cigar shop in Watersound, Florida. The singer performed his new song “One Margarita,” as well as other hits like “Knockin’ Boots,” “What She Wants Tonight,” “Born Here, Live Here, Die Here,” and “We Rode in Trucks.”
And before you go, click here to see some of country music’s most famous couples.
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