The Quarantine All-Stars
The Quarantine All-Stars Raise Support For MusiCares COVID-19 Relief
An amazing, legendary, and award-winning group of musicians have come together for a one-of-a-kind All-Star Band collaboration. "Quarantine" is an electrifying cross-genre musical celebration created to benefit MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund.
The song and video feature country superstar Brad Paisley, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Jonathan Cain (Journey), four-time GRAMMY winner Steve Wariner and GRAMMY Lifetime Achievement Award winner Chuck Leavell (The Rolling Stones) join Luke Bryan's band, Sonny Emory (Eric Clapton), Jeff Coffin (Dave Matthews Band) and many more to form The Quarantine All-Stars. Check out the full list of players on star-studded track:
Quarantine and the All Star Players
Sonny Emory (Eric Clapton, Earth, Wind & Fire)
Chuck Leavell (The Rolling Stones, The Allman Brothers)
Jonathan Cain (Journey)
Sam Simms (Michael Jackson, Justin Timberlake)
James Cook (Luke Bryan)
Kent Slucher (Luke Bryan)
Jeff Coffin (Dave Matthews band)
Katlin Owen (Jon Pardi)
Kevin Arrowsmith (Luke Bryan)
Dave Ristrim (Luke Bryan)
Michael Carter (Luke Bryan)
Chris Kimmerer (Thomas Rhett)
Scotty Wilbanks (Luke Bryan, Third Day)
Josh Reedy (Thomas Rhett)
Lee Thornburg (Joe Bonamassa, Tower of Power)
Mark Douthit (Michael McDonald)
Keith Smith (Toby Mac)
Roy Agee (Lauren Daigle)
Greg Vail (Luis Miguel)
Dan Falcone (Lady Gaga, Celine Dion)
"They got together and created a great song, full of heart and intention, to help our fellow musicians by raising funds for the MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund," said Luke Bryan, whose incredible band appears on the track. Bryan kicks off the video of the performance with a heartfelt introduction.
"Quarantine" is an original song written and produced by Atlanta based musician and award-winning producer Scotty Wilbanks. The song was written on March 29, 2020 and recorded over the next few months from each musician’s home or personal studio.
"We all want to do our part to help during these difficult times," Bryan added. "No donation is too small or too big – thank you for supporting music and the people who make it."
The MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund was established to help music creators and professionals affected by the Coronavirus crisis. Thanks to support from various artists, organizations and charities, the fund has raised millions so far, but much more is needed.
The "Quarantine" video premiered July 24, 2020, live on YouTube. Check it out and donate to support if you can.
Learn more about how you can donate to or apply for assistance via the Recording Academy's and MusiCares' COVID-19 Relief Fund.
Learn more about the financial, medical and personal emergencies services and resources offered by the Recording Academy and MusiCares.