Coldplay's Chris Martin plays Together At Home gig for Instagram fans amid coronavirus outbreak

17 March 2020, 10:30 | Updated: 17 March 2020, 12:29

The Coldplay frontman played a 30 minute gig at home for fans, which included covers and career-spanning tracks, amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Chris Martin delighted fans with an at-home concert on Instagram.

The Coldplay frontman began broadcasting from the social platform for the charity gig, which was arranged in collaboration with the World Health Organisation and Global Citizen.

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The show was part of a new series entitled Together, At Home - which is seeking to raise $675 million towards the COVID-19 relief.

Watch our clip of his gig above.

He then went on to sing a selection of some of Coldplay's biggest hits, including Clocks, Trouble, Green Eyes and Viva La Vida - even throwing in a short cover of David Bowie's Life on Mars?

Chris Martin plays Together at Home concert
Chris Martin plays Together at Home concert. Picture: Instagram/Coldplay

The singer also revealed that John Legend would be the next artist to play in the series.

Watch Chris Martin's full 30 minute concert here:

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