Live stream Virtual Gig List: Gaelynn Lea; UB40; Linda Pitmon and Steve Wynn; Charlie Parr

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, concerts have moved online as artists, venues and other outlets create new ways to re-imagine the live-music experience as social-distancing practices are commonplace. New platforms and ticketed online events have emerged as the music industry continues to innovate during this time.

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

All showtimes listed below are Central Standard Time (CST). Shows marked with ($) are ticketed events.

Todd Snider: 11 a.m. on the Purple Building Nashville website ($)

Chris Thile: 1 p.m., "Music Is Life Is Music" masterclass series, on Mandolin ($)

UB40: 1 p.m. on UBZoomy ($)

Gaelynn Lea and guest Susan Rowe: 2 p.m. on YouTube

grandson: 2 p.m. on YouTube

Rhett Miller: 2 p.m. on Stage It ($)

The Alternative's Streaming Sundays series featuring Endless Mike and the Beagle Club, The Goalie's Anxiety at the Penalty Kick, and more: 6 p.m. on Twitch

Eric Bachmann (Crooked Fingers): 7 p.m. on Undertow Shows ($)

Solos for a Brand New Day with Sera Cahoone: 7 p.m. on Live Concerts Stream

Steve Wynn and Linda Pitmon: 7 p.m. on Stage It ($)

Charlie Parr: 8 p.m., live from First Avenue, on First Avenue's website ($)

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