Generally when you release an album, as Jason Isbell and his band The 400 Unit did this past Friday, you get out there and perform it live with some kind of album launch concert.
But now, given the times we’re living in, artists are now forced to get creative. And that’s exactly what Jason Isbell did this past Friday to introduce fans to his new Reunions album.
Jason was joined by his wife and 400 Unit fiddle player Amanda Shires at Nashville’s Brooklyn Bowl for a livestream performance of the entire record.
Fans could join in on Zoom so that Jason and Amanda could see them, and the performance also encouraged fans to donate to the virtual tip jar supporting the band and MusiCares Covid-19 Relief Fund.
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