We all need to look after ourselves during these challenging times and music can help. Listening to music can improve memory, aid healing, alleviate pain, decrease stress and more. With that in mind, we have created a weekly program of online events to ease anxiety, educate, connect and have fun!

Live Classic Album Sundays sessions every Sunday at 8 pm BST on the Classic Album Sundays Facebook page

Each Sunday at 8 pm GMT, one of our worldwide hosts will present a live Classic Album Sundays session, telling the story behind the featured album. After the presentation, participants can play the album in their own home on any available format, but following the CAS listening session guidelines: uninterrupted and refraining from any other activity including talking. We encourage our listeners to close their eyes and entirely devote themselves to the music. At the end of the album, we will return to the Facebook post and discuss the album and our experience in the comments section. And for fans who want more: we will post a ‘Musical Lead-Up’ playlist earlier in the day to whet your appetite prior to the live session.

29 March: CAS Founder Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy presents Marvin Gaye ‘What’s Going On’
5 April: CAS Barcelona’s Alejandro Quesada presents Björk ‘Homogenic’
12 April: CAS New York City’s Barbie Bertisch presents Alice Coltrane ‘Journey in Satchidanda’
19 April: CAS Oslo’s Kent Erlend Horne presents Brian Eno ‘Ambient 1: Music for Airports’
26 April: CAS Founder Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy presents Grateful Dead ‘American Beauty’
3 May: CAS Miami’s Lauren Reskin presents Everything But The Girl ‘Walking Wounded’

Classic Albums Presented by Artists Every Tuesday at 8 pm BST on the Classic Album Sundays Facebook page

31 March: Steve Hackett on Genesis ‘Selling England by the Pound’
7 April: KT Tunstall on Paul Simon ‘Graceland’

More coming soon! Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for updates.

Artist Interview Watch Parties Every Thursday at 8 pm BST on the Classic Album Sundays Facebook page

Watch filmed interviews with some of our favourite artists discussing their own classic albums or the albums that inspired them.

26 March: Nick Mason on Pink Floyd’s ‘Dark Side of the Moon’

2 April: Joey Negro’s Favourite Albums of All Time
9 April: Jazzie B on Soul II Soul’s ‘Club Classics Vol. 1′
16 April: Darius Brubeck on Dave Brubeck’s ’Time Out’
23 April: Sister Sledge on ‘We Are Family’
30 April: Orbital on ‘In Sides’

Watch and listen to the stories behind some of your favourite classic albums!

And don’t forget, after the presentation we encourage you to listen to the entire album on any available format following the Classic Album Sundays guidelines: turn off your phone or notifications, make yourselves comfortable, turn down the lights, turn up the volume, and refrain from talking. Then listen to the entire album uninterrupted. Thanks for listening!