Watch Coldplay's Chris Martin Serenade Fans From Afar Amid Coronavirus Crisis

And John Legend is next up, with a Global Citizen-supported live stream on Tuesday.

John Legend and Coldplay are trying to alleviate the stress of social distancing after the coronavirus has forced many to stay home as a means of staying healthy and virus-free.

Taking to social media, Coldplay's Chris Martin announced that he would be performing some music for anyone wanting to tune in via an Instagram live stream for the Together, At Home: WHO-Global Citizen Solidarity Sessions.

"Hello everyone. I hope you and your family are safe and healthy. If anyone feels like chatting and listening to some music, I’m going to do a livestream on the Coldplay Instagram," Martin tweeted, along with the hashtag #TogetherAtHome.

Watch his virtual concert below:

Meanwhile, Legend took to Twitter to express his praise for Martin's idea and decided to follow suit and announced a live stream of his own.

"My friend Chris Martin did a lovely little concert from home today. I'll be doing one tomorrow at 1pm Pacific time. See you soon. We'll try to get through this together! #TogetherAtHome," Legend wrote to his followers, adding that he'll be taking song requests from anyone joining in.

Eager to continue bringing people together through music, Legend also asked his followers to let him know which other artists he should "pass the torch to."

Nearly 170,000 people have been affected by the coronavirus, with more than 6,500 dead and new cases confirmed each day. The death toll in the United States climbed to 64 on Monday, while infections passed 3,700.

In recent days, the Department of Public Health has issued guidelines for residents to follow, which include avoiding non-essential travel, public gatherings and places where large groups of people congregate. Event organizers were also told to postpone or cancel non-essential gatherings of 250 or more until at least the end of March.

However during a Monday press conference, President Donald Trump announced new 15-day guidelines including recommendations that all Americans, including the young and healthy, avoid gathering in groups of more than 10 people, engage in working and schooling from home when possible, avoid discretionary travel and avoid eating and drinking in bars, restaurants and public food courts.

This article was originally published by The Hollywood Reporter.