With live music venues in Austin shuttered for the immediate future amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Austin American-Statesman and austin360.com have compiled a list of local acts playing livestreamed virtual concerts.
Most performers list donation options in their livestream; please give what you can to support their efforts in this difficult time. We’re continuously updating this list, so if you’d like to submit an event, do that here: AUSTIN360 LIVESTREAM LIST EVENT SUBMISSION FORM
Friday, June 5
Lonnie Trevino Jr., 7 p.m., facebook.com/lonnietjbass
Saturday, June 6
Hill Country Galleria Virtual Concert Series with South Austin Moonlighters, 7 p.m., facebook.com/aclradio
Sunday, June 7
3Ten’s "Stream Come True" with Reid & Jena Umstattd, 8 p.m., facebook.com/3tenaustin/live
Monday, June 8
Cari Hutson & Good Company, 7:45 p.m., one2onebar.com
Thursday, June 11
3Ten’s "Stream Come True" with Will Courtney, 8 p.m., facebook.com/3tenaustin/live (rescheduled from June 3)
Bonnie Whitmore’s Virtual Gallery with guest Ali Holder, 8:30 p.m., bonnieandali.app.rsvpify.com
Friday, June 12
Rochelle & the Sidewinders 5-year anniversary show, 6:45 p.m., one2onebar.com
Saturday, June 13
Hill Country Galleria Virtual Concert Series with Peterson Brothers, 7 p.m., facebook.com/aclradio
Sunday, June 14
Terri Hendrix with Lloyd Maines, 7 p.m., facebook.com/terrihendrix
3Ten’s "Stream Come True" with Reid & Jena Umstattd, 8 p.m., facebook.com/3tenaustin/live (rescheduled from June 7)
Thursday, June 18
3Ten’s "Stream Come True" with Mobley, 8 p.m., facebook.com/3tenaustin/live
Bonnie Whitmore’s Virtual Gallery with guest Matthew Paige, 8:30 p.m., bonnieandmatthew.app.rsvpify.com
Thursday, June 25
Bonnie Whitmore’s Virtual Gallery with guest Dave Madden, 8:30 p.m., bonnieanddave.app.rsvpify.com
Sunday, June 28
Jo James, 7:45 p.m., one2onebar.com
Friday, July 3
Latin at Heart single release, 8 p.m., one2onebar.com
Monday, July 13
Cari Hutson & Good Company, 7:45 p.m., one2onebar.com
Monday, Aug. 10
Cari Hutson & Good Company, 7:45 p.m., one2onebar.com
RECURRING WEEKLY EVENTS
Monday: Bonnie Whitmore, 3 p.m., facebook.com/bonniewhitmore
Monday: Stephen Carolan. Hailing from Ireland, Carolan came to Texas last year along with Pat Byrne, in whose band he plays guitar and contributes harmony vocals. When Byrne and Carolan teamed with longtime local Rich Brotherton and Beat Root Revival’s Andrea Magee in the trad-Irish outfit Ulla last year, it offered a first glimpse into hearing Carolan front-and-center on the occasional song. That, in turn, has helped inspire Carolan to do solo livestream shows, and the results so far have been a revelation. Though he’s playing mostly cover tunes, his choices are often fascinating, and it has quickly become apparent that Carolan is one of Austin’s best singers. 5 p.m., facebook.com/scarolan11 — P.B.
Monday: Jeff Plankenhorn. Not since Junior Brown’s 1990s breakthrough with his "guit-steel" has an Austin artist become so specifically associated with a custom-made instrument as Plankenhorn’s trusty "plank," a Dobro-like model. His versatility as a musician has long made him in high demand with acts including Joe Ely and the Resentments, the latter outfit having welcomed him into their fold many years ago for Sunday night shows at the Saxon Pub. 7 p.m., facebook.com/jeffplankenhorn — P.B.
Monday: Bob Appel, 7 p.m., facebook.com/bobappeltraditionalcountry
Monday: Chris Gage. Whimsically dubbed "Not At Donn’s Depot," this show features the renowned pianist and singer taking one of Austin’s most popular residencies (our Austin360 Residency of the Month in December 2019) to the home front. His wife, local singer-songwriter Christine Albert, occasionally joins in. Having recently converted their neighborhood MoonHouse recording space into a home studio, Gage and Albert are well-situated for serving up music by stream. 8 p.m., facebook.com/chrisgageaustin — P.B.
Monday: Cari Hutson & Hunter St. Marie, 8 p.m., facebook.com/CHutsonNGoodCo
Monday: Oscar Ornelas. With a voice that booms with gritty soul as he tickles rollicking melodies out of Korg keyboard that sounds like an old roadhouse piano, Ornelas evokes a bygone era when the blues were king. A few months ago, he was keeping Monday nights hopping at East Austin hideaway Stay Gold. Now, as we social distance at home, he’s teamed up with the Austin Blues Society and Austin Blues Radio to produce a virtual version of the show, with a mix of bluesy originals, classic tunes and fun surprises. 8 p.m. facebook.com/oscarornelas512 — D.S.S.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday: Aeseaes, 6 p.m., twitch.tv/a_couple_streams
Monday, Wednesday and Friday: Gina Chavez. This award-winning musician’s charisma oozes through the screen as she creates fun and interactive livestreams where viewers can even help her write songs on the spot. We love the insight her livestreams give into her creative process. It’s also fun seeing cameos by her wife, Jodi Granado, the engine of the band and inspiration behind some of Chavez’s songs. Her shows include Monday’s Loopy Lunes (where she performs live loops), Watchale Wednesdays and Fiesta Fridays. 8 p.m., facebook.com/ginachavezmusic — Nancy Flores
Tuesday: Erin Ivey. "I was just getting back into regular gigging again when COVID hit, so this has been a pretty interesting pivot to be forced into the online scene," the eclectic singer-songwriter wrote us recently about her livestream ventures. She’s also been working on a new album. 5:30 p.m. facebook.com/ErinIveyMusicPage
Tuesday: Colin Gilmore and guest, 2 p.m., zoom.us/j/302333893
Tuesday: Giulia Millanta, 5 p.m., facebook.com/julia.millanta
Tuesday: Katie Marie, 6 p.m., facebook.com/funkeegirl80
Tuesday: Vapor Caves. Musical partners (and real life couple) Yadira Brown and Andrew Thaggard (a.k.a. Boombaptist) built their boogie-funk project around slinky club grooves that drip with honeyed soul. But from the time they started in early 2018, they’ve been crafting a farcical band mythology featuring a cast of slapstick characters who pop up in song interludes and videos. While we might not get cameos from Mr. Grammy or Bobby Strawberry, we suspect that between live tracks, previews of their next album, merch giveaways, DJ sets and more, hilarity might ensue. 6 p.m., facebook.com/thevaporcaves — D.S.S.
Tuesday: Eric Bettencourt, 7 p.m., facebook.com/eric.bettencourt
Tuesday: Miles Zuniga. You may know him as one-third of Fastball or a comparatively recent ringleader in the Resentments collective, but Zuniga has also played plenty of solo shows since he first surfaced on the Austin scene in the 1980s. His Tuesday livestreams are filled with good songs, memorable stories and Zuniga’s affable charm (plus guest-spots and harmony vocals from KB Imle). 7 p.m., facebook.com/mileszunigalovesyou — P.B.
Tuesday: Sarah Sharp. An alumna of our Austin360 Residency of the Month series, the low-key jazz vocalist is using livestreams to extend the Tuesday happy-hour shows she’d been doing at downtown jazz haven the Elephant Room for a few years. Sharp has gathered her ace supporting cast of guitarist Mitch Watkins, drummer Masumi Jones and upright bassist Kristopher Wade for front-yard concerts bathed in the natural twilight of an Austin spring season. 7 p.m., facebook.com/sarahsharpatx — P.B.
Tuesday: Will Taylor & Strings Attached, 7:30 p.m., facebook.com/StringsAttached
Tuesday: Fingerpistol, 8 p.m., facebook.com/fingerpistol
Tuesday and Thursday: Heather Bishop, 11 a.m., facebook.com/missbishopmusic
Tuesday and Thursday: Jaelyn Penner, 9 p.m., facebook.com/jaelynmusic
Tuesday and Friday: Frederico7. Brazilian artist Frederico Geib goes live from his garage, which he calls the Lion’s Lair, with live looping and trilingual chats in English, Spanish and Portuguese. For several years, Geib has organized Austin Brazil Day at the Sahara Lounge during SXSW. 7 p.m., facebook.com/frederico7music — Nancy Flores
Wednesday: Christopher John Edwards. For years, the leader of the Funk Fellowship, hosted the Butter N Jam every Wednesday night from the funky little Eastside dive Dozen Street. The club closed in January as owner Madi Distefano decided to move on to other ventures. He’s been logging on every Wednesday to share some tracks he’s been working on and flex his formidable pipes. 4:22 p.m., facebook.com/christopher.j.edwards.16 — D.S.S.
Wednesday: Hanna Barakat, 5 p.m., facebook.com/hannabarakatmusic
Wednesday: Pat Byrne. One of our Austin360 Artists of the Month last year, Byrne moved from Ireland to Austin at the beginning of 2019 and quickly became a fixture on the local club scene with a songwriting style that’s as in-tune with the American masters as it is with the traditional Irish fare he plays with local side-project band Ulla. His recent livestreams have included occasional guest spots by Byrne’s significant other, Samantha Della Fave. 5 p.m., facebook.com/PatByrneOfficial — P.B.
Wednesday: Micah Motenko, 6 p.m., facebook.com/Motenkomusic
Wednesday: Shinyribs/Kevin Russell, 6 p.m., instagram.com/shinyribs
Wednesday: Rosie Flores. Each week, the rockabilly-and-beyond great plays three songs. She also uses the time to share stories from a rich life in the music industry and connect with her fans from around the world in an intimate way. She says she’s enjoying the weekly check-ins so much that she hopes to continue them after the pandemic is over. 6:30 p.m. facebook.com/mulekickproductions — D.S.S.
Wednesday: Matt Hubbard, 7 p.m., facebook.com/matthubbardmusic
Wednesday: Carolyn Wonderland. A Houston native who moved here around 2000, Wonderland quickly became an Austin favorite with her guitar-centered rootsy blues music, appearing on the "Austin City Limits" TV show a dozen years ago. Two years ago, she added another impressive gig to her resume when she started playing with British legend John Mayall, becoming the first female guitarist in a band with alumni including Eric Clapton and former Rolling Stones guitarist Mick Taylor. 8 p.m., facebook.com/wonderchicken — P.B.
Wednesday: Ethan Azarian, 8 p.m., facebook.com/Ethan-Azarian-Music
Wednesday: Mobley. The expressive pop singer promises music and "fun stuff" on his new weekly stream, "but mainly, I just want to hear how you’re doing," he wrote in a Facebook post. "Traveling to your cities and playing for you was most of my social life before this, so I want to check in and hopefully brighten each other’s day a little," he said. 8 p.m., instagram.com/mobleywho or youtube.com/watch?v=MZMHM5lpIiQ — D.S.S.
Wednesday: Mau Mau Chaplains, 8:30 p.m., facebook.com/flamingocantina
Wednesday: Jon Dee Graham & William Harries Graham. Pops Jon Dee has held down a Wednesday residency at the Continental Club for around two decades, with his son William’s band opening the shows in recent years. They’re still doing their thing on Wednesdays, but now it’s from their living room, where they trade songs back and forth from the couch. 8:30 p.m., facebook.com/jon.d.graham — P.B.
Wednesday: Sonya Jevette, 8:30 p.m., youtube.com/sonyajevette
Wednesday-Thursday: Jackie Venson, 9:30 p.m., facebook.com/jackievenson
Wednesday-Saturday: Lisa Marshall, 8 p.m., facebook.com/lisamarshallmusic1
Thursday: Vanessa Lively, 4:40 p.m., stageit.com/vanessa_lively/4_40_on_thursdays_happy_hour_set/70725
Thursday: Marshall Hood, 5 p.m., facebook.com/sessionsonmary
Thursday: Erin Ivey, 5:30 p.m., facebook.com/ErinIveyMusicPage
Thursday: Bruce Smith, 6 p.m., facebook.com/bruce.smith.33821
Thursday: Cece Yentzen, 6 p.m., facebook.com/cece.yentzen
Thursday: Kate Howard, 6 p.m., facebook.com/KateHowardMusic
Thursday: Cooped Up Concerts, 7 p.m., facebook.com/coopedupconcerts
Thursday: Eve Monsees & Mike Buck. Back in the olden days before quarantines, you could catch the husband-wife team of guitarist Monsees and drummer Buck most Wednesday nights at Antone’s. That routine will resume eventually, but in the meantime, they’re kicking out the jams at home on Thursdays, while they wait for the chance to also reopen Antone’s Record Shop, which they’ve run for years. If you want to hear the kind of classic blues, R&B and old-school rock & roll you might have caught on the late Paul Ray’s beloved "Twine Time" radio show, this livestream’s for you. 7 p.m., facebook.com/eveandtheexiles — P.B.
Thursday: Graham Wilkinson, 7 p.m., facebook.com/GrahamWilkinsonMusicFanPage
Thursday: Jean Caffeine, 7 p.m., facebook.com/jean.caffeine
Thursday: Scotty Alexander, 7 p.m., facebook.com/scottyalexanderband
Thursday: Oliver Steck, 7:30 p.m., facebook.com/Oliver-Steck-entertainment-info-283298768356594
Thursday: Patrice Pike. One of several musicians with long-established Saxon Pub residencies who have taken their weekly gigs online for the time being, Pike has been one of Austin’s top-drawing livestream acts over the past two months. In addition to solo material and old favorites from her 1990s band Little Sister, she also has new material to draw from: She and former Little Sister bandmate released a new album under the name Pike & Sutton last month. 8 p.m., facebook.com/PatricePikeBand — P.B.
Friday: Lex Land, 10:30 a.m., facebook.com/lexlandmusic
Friday: Jon Dee Graham with William Harries Graham, noon, facebook.com/jon.d.graham
Friday: Joanna Howerton & Michael Cross, 12:30 p.m., facebook.com/morelovemusicaustin
Friday: Betty Soo, 1 p.m., facebook.com/bettysoomusic
Friday: Patricia Vonne, 4 p.m., facebook.com/PatriciaVonneMusic
Friday: David Pulkingham & Jay Stiles, 5 p.m., facebook.com/davidearle.pulkingham
Friday: Eliza Gilkyson. Twice nominated for a Grammy, Gilkyson could be in line for another with her recent release of "2020," which finds the Austin singer-songwriter taking a hard look at the state of the country and planet in what likely would’ve been a watershed year even before the pandemic. And not too many local acts have 50 years of back catalog to draw from; Gilkyson’s debut album came out in 1969. 5:30 p.m., facebook.com/ElizaGilkyson1 — P.B.
Friday: Colin Gilmore with Tammy Lynn, 6 p.m., facebook.com/happiergilmore
Friday: Emily Gimble, 6 p.m., facebook.com/mlegimble
Friday: Robi Polgar, 6 p.m., twitch.tv/robipolgar
Friday: Grace Pettis and friends, 6:30 p.m., facebook.com/gracepettismusic
Friday: Chancers, 7 p.m., facebook.com/NevilleStewart
Friday: Monte Warden. A native Austinite who’s been a fixture on the Austin scene since the 1980s rise of his country band the Wagoneers, Warden turned toward classic crooner-styled pop-jazz when he formed the Dangerous Few several years ago. He’s been playing material from both bands and from his many solo albums. The stripped-down solo-acoustic setting works well for Warden because the root of his music has always been the strength of the songwriting; it’s the reason you may notice gold and platinum records on his wall as he plays these intimate sets from his living room, thanks to versions of his tunes cut by the likes of George Strait. 7 p.m., facebook.com/montewarden — P.B.
Friday: Stories From the Road, 7:30 p.m., makestoriesviral.org
Friday: AJ Vallejo. Each week the Austin rock lifer takes to the airwaves for another installment of AJTV, a homemade variety show featuring a mixture of live performance, interviews and more. His new song, "Better," is an upbeat track about how the coronavirus isolation is helping us to identify what’s really important in life. The video is a jubilant rock & roll romp with ample (adorable) cameos from Vallejo’s kids, as well as pop-ins from a plethora of musical homies. 8 p.m., facebook.com/ajvallejo — D.S.S.
Friday: Bob Schneider, 8 p.m., facebook.com/bobschneidermusic
Friday: Chorizo Funk. Recently crowned best DJ in Austin at the Austin Music Awards, the accomplished turntablist and captain of the S.S. Body Rock digs deep into his collection to produce a weekly "Sonido" cumbia throwdown. The artist also known as Eddie Campos is archiving his mixes as part of the Chorizo Funk podcast series on Spotify. 8 p.m., facebook.com/djchorizofunk — D.S.S.
Friday: Harold McMillan & Carl Storckman, 8:30 p.m., facebook.com/harold.mcmillan1
Friday: Miles Zuniga & KB Imle, 9 p.m., facebook.com/mileszunigalovesyou
Friday and Sunday: Kamilla & Stefan, 10:30 p.m., facebook.com/kamillaandstefan
Saturday: Kris Schultz, 1 p.m., facebook.com/KrisSchultzMusic
Saturday: Suzanna Choffel. The singer-songwriter and Sun Radio DJ heads out to the idyllic garden at Cosmic Cafe for an acoustic set every Saturday. It’s a chance for her to escape, explore her musical range and help raise money for the cafe’s employees who were laid off when the favorite South Austin hangout had to close. 3 p.m., facebook.com/suzannachoffelmusic — D.S.S.
Saturday: Michael Fracasso, 6 p.m., us04web.zoom.us/j/917583033
Saturday: DJ Mel’s Living Room Dance Party. In mid-March, when SXSW should have been in full swing but Austinites were hunkered down at home instead, DJ Mel took to the turntables to host the first edition of this virtual body rockathon. Thousands tuned in from around the country. Expecting to play for a handful of "Austin homies," he was "shocked" by the response, he told the American-Statesman while combing through 17,000 comments on his Facebook Live post. He’s made the jam a regular affair, using radio edits of rap favorites to keep the livestream family-friendly. 6-10 p.m., facebook.com/DJ-Mel-48330349120 — D.S.S.
Saturday: Mandy Prater, 9 p.m., facebook.com/MandyPraterMusic
Saturday: Kevin Russell. Will the leader of Shinyribs, one of Austin’s most popular bands of the past few years, focus on the band’s material in this weekly livestream, or work in favorites from his old band the Gourds, or branch out into new material or cover songs? We’ll tune in to find out. 9 p.m., facebook.com/ShinyribsOfficial — P.B.
Saturday: Chorizo Funk, 10 p.m., instagram.com/chorizofunk
Sunday: Dave Madden. A multi-instrumentalist and worship leader of a Lake Travis church, Madden offers a link to PDF files with lyric sheets for the mostly spiritual songs he performs at each livestream, so those at home can sing along if they’d like. He also frequently brings in a variety of guests. 10:30 a.m., facebook.com/davemaddenmusic — P.B.
Sunday: Corey Baum. An Austin360 Artist of the Month alum, Baum usually plays and records with his band Croy & the Boys, but like everyone else, he’s adapted to different circumstances. His new album "The COVID Tapes" includes the pandemic-centric single "Ain’t Been Tested," in which he assumes the persona of a coronavirus naysayer who’s developed a cough and a fever but won’t quarantine. 11 a.m., facebook.com/CroyAndTheBoys — P.B.
Sunday: Graham Wilkinson, noon, facebook.com/GrahamWilkinsonMusicFanPage
Sunday: Jackie Venson, 1 p.m., facebook.com/jackievenson
Sunday: Shelley King. The longtime local roots music singer-songwriter put out her ninth album, "Kick Up Your Heels," in November. When she had to cool her heels for the pandemic, she spent some of the down time learning how to make a video for the album’s title track, which we premiered on Austin360.com. Its images of hometown hot spots and familiar faces offer a refreshing reminder of the music community’s value to the city. 2 p.m., facebook.com/shelleykingtx — P.B.
Sunday: Bob Livingston, 4 p.m., facebook.com/BobLivingstonMusic
Sunday: Dan Hardick, 4 p.m., facebook.com/TheLittleLonghornSaloon
Sunday: Deer Fellow, 4 p.m., facebook.com/deerfellow
Sunday: Pamela Hart. The accomplished jazz singer plays smooth music that soothes the soul. Hart is livestreaming to support her nonprofit, the Women in Jazz Association; she invites fans to pour a glass of wine and chill with her. 5 p.m. facebook.com/womeninjazzaustin — D.S.S.
Sunday: Ulla. One of the most welcome developments on the Austin club scene last year was the formation of this band, which focuses on traditional and contemporary Irish music. Andrea Magee of Beat Root Revival teamed with Pat Byrne and his guitarist, Stephen Carolan, to form the native-Irish core of the group. The ringer is longtime Austinite Rich Brotherton, whose younger years playing pubs in County Clare gave him a deep grounding in the centuries-old traditions of the Isles. 5:30 p.m., facebook.com/ullairishmusic — P.B.
Sunday: Reid & Jena Umstattd, 6 p.m., facebook.com/reidumstattd
Sunday: Chris Beall, 7 p.m., facebook.com/beallstreet
Sunday: Patrice Pike, 7 p.m., facebook.com/PatricePikeBand
Sunday: Mixer Rogers, 7:53 p.m., facebook.com/MixerRogers