David Foster Surprises Fans with Impromptu Concert from His House Featuring Wife Katharine McPhee
Following the widespread of the Coronavirus, David Foster decided to please his fans with a live concert translation featuring his award-winning wife, Katharine McPhee, at their residence.
The pandemic disease has caused deaths and kept many in isolation, due to preventive measures of curbing the spread of the disease.
For the veteran entertainer, nothing will stop him from serving his fans with doses of his tunes, especially since his scheduled tour was canceled following an unnamed illness which he suffered and the Coronavirus.
David Foster asked that his talented wife, Katharine, performs with him, and the pair served their fans a rendition of two songs — Charlie Chaplin's "Smile" and Leonard Cohen's "Halleluyah" — on Instagram live. David later posted an image of himself.
In the shared post, the 70-year-old was seen resting one hand on a piano. He wore an ash-colored long sleeve hoodie on blue jeans. On top of David's piano were pieces of scattered manuscripts and some well-arranged Grammy awards.
Legend is next on the list to give a housebound delivery of songs.
The instrumentalist went on to talk about the experience he had singing with his wife and concluded by telling his fans that this routine will be done daily. According to David:
"...We will try to go live at 5:30 pm west coast time every day."
Numerous fans posted that they loved the combination of the two, and further suggested songs they would want to watch the couple perform.
The music producer and his fans weren't the only ones to enjoy the infectious delivery of talents. Katherine equally took to her page to confirm that she and her husband had the time of their lives playing together.
McPhee told her fans that the red sweater which she wore had been on for 72 hours. While she asked them for any song suggestions, Katharine bragged a little about her awards asking:
"It's crazy how many Grammys I have no?"
As much as fans loved the good news of the proposed daily performance, they appealed to the couple to make their health a number one priority.
Health agencies have suggested that washing of hands and abstinence from public gatherings is one way to curb the spread of the Coronavirus.
The WHO and the Global Citizens launched a "Together, at Home" project where a "Solidarity Response Fund" is striving to reach $675 million after the end of April. This is to help with the treatment and research on the global health issue.
Chris Martin and John Legend are part of the celebs who have dedicated their time to the project. Yesterday, Chris played to Coldplay's "Yellow" and David Bowie's"Life on Mars." Legend is next on the list to give a housebound delivery of songs.
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