The singer-songwriter Taylor Swift gave last night during the special “Together at Home” to raise funds against the Coronavirus, an acoustic version of the track from his latest album Lover called “Soon You’ll Get Better” (you’ll Soon feel better) – an appropriate choice in view of the global crisis that traverses the world.
The theme, the singer assures that it is dedicated to his mother, Andrea Swift, after this, while he was fighting against a cancer, discovered that you have a brain tumor. Don’t miss the heartfelt song here:
This special, broadcast by several television stations, was presented by different drivers of evening programs, as Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon, and also counted with the participation of the ex-Beatle Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones, Billie Eilish, Lady Gaga (who was the curator of the talent invited), Alicia Keys, Stevie Wonder, Kacey Musgraves, Celine Dion, Usher, Eddie Vedder, Chris Martin, John Legend, Shawn Mendes, Pharrell Williams, Sam Smith, Billie Joe Armstrong, LL Cool J, and as representation in Latin the colombian Maluma and J Balvin.
This presentation of Swift, the penultimate before the close of the special, comes a day after the singer-songwriter announced that they would cancel all their concerts and appearances for the rest of the year 2020, as well as all the festivals called “Lover Fest” until 2021, with dates still to announce – due to the pandemic of Coronavirus.
“I am very sad that I won’t be able to see them in concert this year, but I know that it is the right decision,” Swift said through your social networks the past Friday. “Please, stay healthy and safe. I’ll see you on the stage as soon as you can, but for now the important thing is to stay in quarantine for the good of all.”
At the beginning of the month, before the pandemic coronavirus forced the closure of the independent shops of discs in his hometown of Nashville, Tennessee, already sufficiently battered by the digital age, it was revealed that Swift was secretly keeping the wages of the employees including their health insurance. The singer-songwriter has also been maintained in direct contact with their fans through social networks and contributing monetarily with those who have been affected by the pandemic.