The gig cancellations may have been rolling in thick and fast, but a number of musicians aren't twiddling their thumbs during this global crisis.
Yesterday, we told you how Chris Martin and Keith Urban had live-streamed gigs for fans in self-isolation, and a number of Irish acts have also got in on the act.
Snow Patrol's Gary Lightbody is planning a livestream of an acoustic gig tomorrow (Thursday 19th), and is currently accepting song requests:
Hi everyone. Am doing an acoustic gig live on the snow patrol Instagram tomorrow (Thursday 19th) at 7pm gmt. Hopefully see yous there. Please post requests here & I’ll do the most requested songs on this show and then do more shows to play the rest. Loads of love to you all. gL.x
— Snow Patrol (@snowpatrol) March 18, 2020
Gavin James is also planning to livestream a gig tomorrow (Thursday 19th) at 8pm, and is asking fans to donate to Alone Ireland:
Dundalk band The Mary Wallopers streamed a gig from their house last night via YouTube for St. Paddy's Day:
Frames fiddler and solo artist in his own right, Colm Mac Con Iomaire also played an 90-minute-long set at the weekend:
James Vincent McMorrow has been doing nightly IG Live videos from his home: