Live Stream Concerts to Watch Dec. 4-6: Lindsey Buckingham, CatSong Festival (Yusuf/Cat Stevens Virtual Event), Liam Gallagher, Darlene Love, More

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This weekend, Dec. 4 – 6, brings with it more music live stream concerts that ought to be of interest to fans of multiple genres and eras, so with COVID-19 numbers spiking around the country it’s never been a better idea to stay in and watch a stream from the safety of your living room.

Here’s a list of some of the most notable streams coming your way in the next few days:

At Home with Lindsey Buckingham — Saturday, Dec. 5, 5:30 p.m. PT,, $15

Iconic guitarist Lindsey Buckingham will host a special At Home live stream concert from his home in Los Angeles on Saturday, Dec. 5. This show is notable because it’s the Fleetwood Mac legend’s first public performance in nearly two years (following 2019 open-heart surgery, too).

Buckingham will play songs from his time with Fleetwood Mac as well as his solo career, and it’s not to be missed for devoted fans.

The producer, guitarist, vocalist and chief songwriter for Fleetwood Mac and celebrated solo artist will mine his extensive catalogue for a playlist that will delight longtime and new fans alike. Fans will have the option to upgrade their experience with a limited edition merchandise bundle and an exclusive Q&A ahead of the show. Details below. Tickets go on sale tomorrow, Friday, November 13th at 10:00 am ET via

CatSong Festival: A Virtual Festival Celebrating Yusuf/Cat Stevens — Saturday, Dec. 5, 3 p.m. ET/12 p.m. PT, YouTube, free

Commemorating Friday’s dual releases of 50th anniversary Deluxe Editions of his 1970 albums Tea for the Tillerman and Mona Bone Jakon, Yusuf/Cat Stevens will be the focus of a special virtual festival combining the talents of a number of musicians and artists.

CatSong Festival will air on Stevens’s YouTube channel starting at 3 p.m. ET/12 p.m. PT and features the following participants:

Dave Matthews, Brandon Boyd of Incubus, Jack Johnson, HAIM, Passenger, Andy Allo, James Morrison, Imelda May, Feist, Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy & Matt Sweeney, Ron Sexsmith, Eliane Correa & Fedzilla, Hamza Namira, Ariel Posen, Mimi Naja, Vintage Trouble, The Brothers Landreth feat. Murray Pulver, Mary Spender, Mollie Marriott, Jason Kerrison, Matt Costa, Sad13, Ruby Waters & Debbie Bechamp, Braison Cyrus, Cinzia & The Eclipse, Mark Diamond, The Lucky 13s, Laura Sheeran & Brian Bolger, Bonnie Laughton Kora, Noah Kahan, Parker Gispert, The Heartstrings Project, Leoni Jane Kennedy and more.

Here’s a trailer:

Watch it below on Saturday:

Darlene Love Love for the Holidays — Saturday, Dec. 5, 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT, ShowClix, $35

It’s not the holiday season without a little Darlene Love, and the esteemed singing legend will host her annual holiday concert — remotely, of course — with Love for the Holidays, performing from Sony Hall in New York. Tickets for the show cost $35 and can be purchased here.

Liam Gallagher Down By the River Thames — Saturday, Dec. 5, 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT, LiveNation, $22.50

Liam Gallagher will perform Oasis songs, selections from his solo career and who knows what else while floating down the River Thames in a boat — seriously! — in his new live stream event.

Tickets for the show cost $22.50 and can be purchased here.

Evanescence A Live Session From Rock Falcon Studio — Saturday, Dec. 5, 4 p.m. ET/1 p.m. PT,, $12.50

Amy Lee and her dynamic rock/metal band Evanescence will share a special live performance featuring new music as well as hits from the band’s breakout 2003 album, Fallen, in a streaming event from Rock Falcon Studio.

Tickets for the live stream cost $12.50 and are available at this link.

The Hold Steady Massive Nights streams from Brooklyn Bowl — Friday, Dec. 4 & Saturday, Dec. 5, 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT,, $15 each

Craig Finn and the Hold Steady recently shared a new song and announced a new album, and the regarded indie/rock band is also staging special live stream gigs from Brooklyn Bowl as part of the band’s Massive Nights performances, an annual musical celebration the band started in 2016.

These are just a few key live stream concerts from which to choose this weekend. Happy watching!

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