Live stream Virtual Gig List: Kacey Musgraves; Frank Turner; Bad Bad Hats; Low Cut Connie; Dom Flemons; Molly Tuttle; Jorma Kaukonen and more

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In this unprecedented public health emergency, concerts of all sizes have been cancelled or postponed around the world. Minnesota musicians are among those connecting with audiences online as artists and fans practice the social distance required to slow the spread of COVID-19. It’s a scary time, but as in other tough times, people are turning to musicians and other artists to lend comfort and inspiration.

If you’re an artist planning a virtual gig online, or if you’re a fan aware of an upcoming performance, please use this form to let us know! We’re especially on the lookout for Minnesota artists’ virtual shows, but are happy to include any artist of interest to The Current’s audience. All times below are CDT.

Virtual Musikfest with Kacey Musgraves, Sunflower Bean, Amy Ray, Grace Potter: 11 a.m. on NPR Live Sessions

The Who: noon, live at Shea Stadium 1982, on YouTube

Sam Amidon: noon on The Nest Collective

Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls: 3 p.m. on Dice

Bad Bad Hats: 4 p.m. on YouTube

Low Cut Connie: 5 p.m. on Facebook and Instagram

Ketch Secor of Old Crow Medicine Show and Laura Cantrell: 6 p.m. on Facebook

Grand Ole Opry Livestream: Billy Strings, Old Crow Medicine Show, Dom Flemons and Molly Tuttle: 6:30 p.m. on YouTube

Daze Between featuring Dead & Company: 7 p.m. on Youtube and Facebook

Fireside Collective: 7 p.m. on Crowd-Less, Facebook and YouTube

Jorma Kaukonen: 7 p.m. on YouTube

Spells and Curses: 7 p.m. on Youtube

Cordovas: 8 p.m. on Facebook

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