As the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has led to the cancellations and postponements of a large number of events the world over, many will be left frustrated and saddened.
However, it's not all doom and gloom as a number of music stars are putting on free gigs from the comfort of their homes and private studios to keep us entertained as COVID-19 changes our way of living.
First up was Coldplay frontman Chris Martin who took to Instagram Live to stream a concert from his home.
Interacting with his fans, Chris also played an acoustic cover of David Bowie classic Life on Mars?
Following suit from Chris was soul man John Legend.
The popular musician tweeted yesterday: "My friend Chris Martin did a lovely little concert from home today. I'll be doing one tomorrow at 1pm Pacific time. See you soon. We'll try to get through this together!"
John played on the piano and sang Stevie Wonder's Love's in Need of Love Today.
He wasn't alone either as wife Chrissy Teigen sat atop the piano in a towel and turban.
DJ and producer Diplo is self-isolating away from his own children and will provide nightly shows for his fans.
Writing on Instagram, Diplo revealed: "This hurts because I miss them so much. They are what makes me wake up every day, live and breathe; they are my ultimate joy.
"But this is my sacrifice to make sure everyone around me is safe."
Elsewhere, country star Keith Urban gave his fans a musical treat too, and he was joined by his spouse too.
That's right, Oscar-winning Hollywood star Nicole Kidman was sat lovingly watching her husband perform.
Meanwhile, French star Christine and the Queens, real name Héloïse Letissier, will live stream a performance every day from her Instagram account.
She wrote on Instagram: "Let’s meet everyday around 6pm CET on my Instagram. I’ll find a way to deal with the ENNUI"
Lizzo had a different idea, however, and led her fans on a half-hour meditation session.
Best to keep calm in all of this!
Elsewhere, The X Factor winner Joe McElderry is broadcasting a gig live from South Shields tonight and it's going out over South Tyneside Hospital Radio as well as online.
Finally, Punk-pop singer Yungblud has done an hour-long concert online to get fans "jumping" out of their beds.
Best to stay active with all this time indoors!
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