Tons of celebrities are banding together to provide some comfort for fans during these harsh times. As part of the "Together, At Home" movement, musicians including Garth Brooks are live-streaming concerts from home to entertain viewers and spread positivity.\nArtists including Charlie Puth, Chris Martin, Niall Horan and Brad Paisley have been performing at-home concerts live online as part of the trending #togetherathome. Iconic country music legend Garth Brooks is joining this mission to utilize music as a way to stay calm and content in the midst of all the negative news.\nAccording to WKBN 27, Garth will host his Facebook Live show dubbed “Inside Studio G” from home in Tennessee on March 23, 2020 at 6 p.m. CST to perform some tunes.\nFans can even request their favorite songs via his official Facebook page.\nHe even notes that his wife, Trisha Yearwood, may make a special appearance during the cyber performance.\n"What I love about music, man. Music just seems to be kind of what everybody goes to in this time - where everybody's on lockdown, everybody's home," states Garth in his most recent Facebook Live video.\nView this post on Instagram Now THAT was home! I LOVE this #DiveBarTour, who’s up NEXT??!!!! BIG THANKS Chicago, @joesonweedst , Country Radio and EVERYONE for celebrating Dive Bars with me ALL SUMMER LONG! love, g #DiveBarTour A post shared by Garth Brooks (@garthbrooks) on Jul 15, 2019 at 7:57pm PDT\n"It's probably a good time to catch up on old music. Any kind of music you got."\nYou can join Brooks and his guitar and pretend you're standing front row at his show as he strums away and hopefully sings popular hits and classics like "What She’s Doing Now," "Friends In Low Places," and “More Than A Memory."\nView this post on Instagram #GARTHonVINYL update: You all were great yesterday, and I appreciate that beyond words. We want to do something special for you. The bots crashed the site, but we do know the registration list is purely humans:) I would like to strongly urge you to register and follow now (link in bio or copy/paste 👉 https://bit.ly/2zf7yHL ) cause I am thinking we might give you a special heads up 😉 thank you again and thank you in advance. Tomorrow is going to be AWESOME! love, g A post shared by Garth Brooks (@garthbrooks) on Feb 27, 2019 at 5:18pm PST\nYou may have had concert plans or other social gatherings canceled, but you can still get the same experience on a face-to-face level with your favorite artists from home.\nView this post on Instagram LIVE from Washington, DC at The Library of Congress! This is a true honor #GershwinPrize. Thank you all for making our music YOUR music!!! love, g #StudioG (To watch, click link in bio or go to Facebook.com/GarthBrooks) A post shared by Garth Brooks (@garthbrooks) on Mar 2, 2020 at 4:03pm PST\nYou can continue to follow the hashtag, as many musicians and music artists are quickly hopping on the trend.