Melissa Etheridge is ready to play music again following the loss of her 21-year-old son, Beckett, to addiction last month.
The singer announced on social media she'll livestream a special Heal M.E. concert on Saturday, June 20, at 3 p.m. PT.
In her message to fans, Etheridge thanked everyone for their love and light during her family's difficult time.
"I'm gonna make some music again," she said. "I'm gonna start making music because that heals me and I have missed you all so very much."
Special announcement from Melissa! ❤️🎶 When ready, head over to https://t.co/5cYq1GeuU2 to sign up for reminders & more info on the #HealME concert, happening this Saturday, June 20th at 3pm PT! pic.twitter.com/6YigQHhnrl— Melissa Etheridge (@metheridge) June 15, 2020
Etheridge went on to say that she'll stream the concert from her brand-new home studio that she and her wife have been building.
She also promised she'll give more details on how she plans to bring livestreaming performances to her fans every week going forward.
The concert, which you can watch on MelissaEtheridge.com, will raise money for opioid addiction.
Melissa Etheridge to livestream 1st concert since loss of her son originally appeared on goodmorningamerica.com