Justin Trawick Live on Facebook TONIGHT
Announcement! 100% of my income comes from music and now shows are beginning to be canceled including my show tonight. So, tonight at 8pm I will be doing a concert on Facebook Live from my music page here: Justin Trawick. I hope you will virtually attend. Request some songs and leave comments to interact with me. If you feel like virtually tipping, you can do so via PayPal and Venmo via the links below. See you at 8pm!
How to donate:
Facebook Live: Facebook.com/justintrawickmusic
Wednesday, March 18, 12:00 PM
Online, Washington Highlands, DC 20011
ART WILL LIVE!!
Show Link: http://www.facebook.com/emmagmusic
Yes, coronavirus may be a thing, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still connect and enjoy music from our homes!
Tune in LIVE on Wednesday 12pm EST to enjoy an at-home show straight to your living room / lunch room / cellphone / computer and let’s connect, share stories and SING!
Music is about connection, so when we’re all told to stay home, don’t hug, and don’t even highfive; it’s difficult to feel connected.
Let Emma G and her music help you feel connected to once again, in among the chaos and fear. LOVE WILL WIN HERE!!
See you online!
With special guest: Stephanie Mathias!
Thursday, March 19, 3pm – 4pm
Facebook Live with Scott Kurt
Hosted by Scott Kurt and Scott Lehr
Singer/songwriter and lead singer of Memphis 59, Scott Kurt, will be performing a selection of acoustic numbers for your entertainment.
Show Link: www.facebook.com/
Friday, March 20, 8 PM
Show Link: https://www.facebook.com/sweetsomethingjazz
Details: This Friday, March 20th, we’ll live streaming a performance at 8pm. Expect to hear some new groovy, soulful original tunes!
Sunday, March 22, 8 PM
Emma G : live in your home – w/ special guests Maryjo Mattea and Jonny Grave!
ART WILL LIVE!! TUNE IN : www.facebook.com/emmagmusic
Yes, coronavirus may be a thing, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still connect and enjoy music from our homes! Tune in LIVE on Sunday March 22nd at 8pm EST to enjoy an at-home show straight to your living room / lunch room / cellphone / computer and let’s connect, share stories and SING! With special guests: Maryjo Mattea and Jonny Grave
How to donate!
Venmo: @maryjomattea or @jonny-grave https://www.paypal.me/maryjomattea
Music is about connection, so when we’re all told to stay home, don’t hug, and don’t even highfive; it’s difficult to feel connected. Let Emma G and her music help you feel connected to once again, in among the chaos and fear. LOVE WILL WIN HERE!! TUNE IN
Virtual Concerts are Happening!
Music and art can be a welcome distraction.
We need it and we bet you do too.
We miss you guys, so the Flippin’ Eyelids have started streaming.
Join us at 7pm eastern time nightly for an informal, laid back, virtual encounter with the Flippin’ Eyelids. Chat, request songs, ask questions and get your needed social interaction and FE music fix. 🤘😃🤘
Tune in to Twitch to watch. It’s free (and easy). Go to Twitch.tv and search for the Flippin Eyelids Channel. We go live at 7pm every night. Spread the word!
See you online!
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