We put out a call last week to listeners and friends across the globe who are in isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic. We asked you to share the ways in which you’re managing to stay connected while we’re all so far apart. In this season of social distancing, solidarity and kindness flooded our voicemail, and we have put several of those calls together for a special episode to lift our spirits ahead of this Friday’s season release.
All music in this episode was live streamed or recorded on social media by musicians during the past 2 weeks of social distancing.
Musicians included in this episode are:
If you would like to share the way’s you’re connecting with your community during the COVID-19 crisis, give the Neighbors “Reverse Complaint” Line a call: 615-601-1411
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