In advance of upcoming album Love Goes, Sam Smith has announced a special livestream concert at Abbey Road Studios, the iconic London studios where The Beatles recorded most of their albums. The October 30 concert will be Smith’s only live performance this year. Smith said I’ll be joined by my incredible band for a full show of both new and old songs. We are working so hard to make sure this show is truly special. Fans can get access to the discounted early-bird tickets for Live from Abbey Road Studios by pre-ordering Loves Goes by 5PM on Monday.

Lauren Daigle is giving back to her home state of Louisiana. She and her foundation The Price Fund announced an online streaming concert will take place on October 11 to benefit those affected by Hurricane Laura. Daigle knows first-hand what devastation a hurricane can bring so with everything going on in the world right now on tops of things, she’s inviting you in joining to help those effected. The concert will feature stripped down renditions of her hits and is set to premiere on Veeps at 8PM on Sunday, October 11. All proceeds go directly to The Salvation Army and American Red Cross.

The 2020 Billboard Music Awards are just two weeks away and Billboard can reveal the first round of performers set to hit the stage on October 14. After eight years, Alicia Keys will make her long-awaited return to the stage. Other performers include Luke Combs, Bad Bunny and Post Malone, who leads this year’s crop of artists with 14 nominations. Garth Brooks will be taking the stage as this year’s ICON Award recipient. And you can expect more performers to be announced throughout the next few days.

Halsey really was born at 9:29AM on 9/29, according to the track from her third album Manic. She celebrated her 26th birthday yesterday with the song’s official music video, which takes a trip down memory lane and blows out the candles every 9/29 along the way. The visual travels back in time through Halsey’s childhood and career.