With the confinement and cancellations of concerts, singers offer special meetings on their social networks.
While much of France is confined due to the coronavirus epidemic, the artists come to you. In recent days, faced with loneliness, sometimes, the ban on scheduled concerts, and the need to pass the time, many singers have been offering special dates on their social networks.
Entire concerts, like Jean-Louis Aubert, Sunday March 15, but more generally live “surprises” to find every day. “I don't know if you see me or if you can hear me? Here, we are going to offer you a little moment of poetry”, explains Matthieu Chedid from social networks. The singer wanted to celebrate the 100th anniversary of his grandmother Andrée. So Monday evening, with Pierre Richard, they became poets live on the Internet.
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And the artists are numerous. “I'm preparing for tonight: the Reason live”, launches the Brazilian Flavia Coelho on social networks, she meets every evening on Instagram. Christine and The Queens also, first act Monday with a studio performance.
why not meet everyday at 6pm EST on my Instagram? I'll find a way to deal with the ENNUI. Guests and weird concepts included. ♥ ️ Appointment at 6 p.m. on my Instagram to deceive boredom, with guests of choice and questionable concepts. (Today it was song + squeaky bike) pic.twitter.com/17HsBMVD4z
– Chris (@QueensChristine) March 16, 2020
In these difficult times, music is an ally, a support. The immense Neil Young has just announced a series of live fireside shows, filmed at his home and broadcast for free. Coldplay singer Chris Martin spent half an hour on the piano Monday night.
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Joining hands, producing beauty. Some also put new tracks online, seven hours of mixing for Laurent Garnier or this pearl by Jeanne Added, a cover of Des'Ree. There will be others.