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Bryan Adams Is Doing Daily Instagram Performances For Fans While In Quarantine

Celebrities are making the most of their time during their quarantine period.

Singer, Bryan Adams has been recording daily performances on Instagram to help pass the time, and his followers are loving it!

Who knew? Celebs are just like us!

And by "like us" I mean, they're all stuck at home losing their minds, succumbing to boredom.

It's not easy to isolate yourself from the rest of the world, but if we want to prevent the spread of the virus and have things to go back to normal, it's necessary.

And on the bright side, it's forcing us all to think outside the box to keep ourselves entertained (and sane).

While some of us feel like we're on the brink of delirium (and by some of us, I mean me), others are using this alone time to their advantage.

By staying as productive as possible — reorganizing closets and pantries, learning new hobbies, picking up old hobbies, and exercising.

Since social gatherings are a no-go right now the entertainment industry has taken a major hit

Musicians and comedians have had to postpone tours, and film production for upcoming movies and TV shows have been put on hold.

Thankfully, however, we are fortunate enough to live in an era where everything and everyone is just one tap away.

Everybody can still have easy access to everyone else, from a distance using social media, and celebs have been siezing the hell out of that!

For example, Miley Cyrus started a series called "Bright Minded", where she speaks live-streams conversations with different celebrities.

So far, she has spoken to Demi Lovato, Ellen Degeneres, Emily Osment, Bebe Rexha, Reese Witherspoon, Hilary Duff, Dua Lipa, and more.

John Legend has been live-streaming mini concerts from his home, featuring his wife, Chrissy Teigen.

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Jon Bon Jovi has also been recording concerts from his home and sharing them on Instagram.

I can vouch for the fact that there's nothing quite like hearing "Living On A Prayer" live in concert, but his live-stream concerts are a close second!

Madonna has been sharing "Quarantine Diaries" from her home.

There has been no consistent theme with these. In some of them, she's singing, in others, she's talking, and in one she is typing on a typewriter while jazz music plays in the background?

It's interesting.

The lead guitarist of Queen, Brian May has been teaching fans how to play classic Queen tunes, like "Bohemian Rhapsody".

A true classic!

So, if you have ever considered teaching yourself a Queen song on guitar, why not learn from the lead guitarist himself?!

It has basically been non-stop entertainment from celebs on social media these days, making quarantine a whole lot more bearable.

It's also nice to know that everyone, even the rich and famous are going through the same thing we are.

Anyway, Bryan Adams has been making his contribution to social media by hosting musical performances as well!

He has been covering various artists who have inspired his own work.

So far, he has covered John Lennon and George Harrison, Bob Marley, Nirvana, and Rolling Stones.

He's even accepting requests from fans!

I'm obviously going to request "Summer Of 69" and the entire soundtrack from Spirit.

Be sure to tune in to Bryan Adams' next Instagram jam session!

Not like you have anything better to do, amirite?