WATCH: It's Charlie Puth's turn to mount an online concert


Posted at Mar 20 2020 12:48 PM

Charlie Puth performed an online concert as his way of encouraging people to practice social distancing amid the global outbreak of the COVID-19.

Puth performed the live show on Instagram following the successful livestreamed concerts of John Legend and Chris Martin of Coldplay.


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Puth, who is staying at his parents’ home, performed hits including “One Call Away,” “Attention” and “Some Type of Love.”

He also sang “See You Again” and “You’ve Got A Friend.”

The concert is part of the “Together at Home” series, which aims to unite people around the world during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The “Together at Home” series is organized by Global Citizen, an organization dedicated to ending poverty, among other social causes, across the world, in partnership with the World Health Organization. It aims to raise funds to help combat COVID-19. 

Legend previously announced that other artists including Miguel, Shawn Mendes, and Camila Cabello, will be joining the campaign and hold their own online concerts as well in the coming days.

In the Philippines, local musicians have also been going on social media to perform for their fans, including National Artist for Music Ryan Cayabyab and the bands Sandwich and True Faith.