Hieronder een overzicht van livestream concerten van een aantal artiesten. Alle vermelde tijden zijn amerikaanse tijden. (Nederlandse tijd = + 7 uur)
Woensdag 6 januari:
Donderdag 7 januari:
- Niko Moon, Good Time Campfire Sessions at 7pm CT here.
Onderstaande concerten/interviews zijn terug te kijken:
- Ingrid Andress sang “Lady Like” here and shared her big idea for a Hot Girl x Sad Girl collaboration with Megan Thee Stallion here on CBS‘ The Late Late Show with James Corden (1/4).
- Maren Morris performed “Better Than We Found It” on CBS‘ The Late Show With Stephen Colbert (1/4) here.
- Sturgill Simpson played “Life Of Sin” on NBC’s The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (1/4) here.
- Jimmie Allen teamed up with Louis York and The Shindellas for his first holiday release, “What Does Christmas Mean,” on NBC’s Today (12/23) here.
- Brett Eldredge sang “The Christmas Song” on NBC’s Today (12/25) here.
- Jimmie Allen performed “Make Me Want To” and “Freedom Was A Highway” and paid tribute to the late Charley Pride during Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2021 on ABC (12/31). Watch a clip here.
- Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley announced on Instagram here they will release individual solo projects in 2021.
- Armed with an iPhone and acoustic guitar, Keith Urban offered Urban Underground: Holiday Edition here.
- Ricky Skaggs detailed the circumstances that led him to quadruple bypass heart surgery last June with People here.
- T. Graham Brown, Jason Crabb, Lindsay Ell and Charlie McCoy performed during The Opry Livestream here and Mandy Barnett, Radney Foster, Kelsey Waldon and Charlie Worsham played here.
- Dierks Bentley and his son Knox re-created a scene from the 2004 film Miracle here.
- Garth Brooks went live for the last Inside Studio G of 2020 here.
- Drake White offered the final Wednesday Night Therapy of the year here.
- Tyler Rich and Sabina invited Rachel Wammack and husband Noah to sing Christmas songs, play trivia and more on IG Live here.
- Brett Young, Tyler Reeve, Ward Guenther and more appeared on the premiere of Streets of Dreams on CNBC last night (1/5). Watch clips here and here and the first ten minutes here. Host Marcus Lemonis‘ Nashville 30 Day Fund is offering forgivable loans of up to $100,000 to small businesses and individuals in Nashville affected by the Christmas Day Bombing. Apply and donate here.
- The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum shared an encore presentation of Sonny Curtis‘ 2017 Songwriter Session in Nashville here.
- Niko Moon played a Home Concert here.