Brooke Fraser has streamed a live set of her songs to help raise money for Kiwis in the music industry affected by the coronavirus.

No longer based in New Zealand, the proud Kiwi hasn’t forgotten her roots and where it all started.

“Thanks so much to all 8,000+ of you who tuned in to last night’s live Instagram set – some of you like @lauralexanixon below wearing your @brookefraser merch! 😍” she stated on Instagram. ⁣⁣

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Thanks so much to all 8,000+ of you who tuned in to last night’s live Instagram set – some of you like @lauralexanixon below wearing your @brookefraser merch! 😍 ⁣⁣ ⁣ Where did you join us from and what was your favourite song/moment? ⁣⁣ ⁣ It was such a special time together and a huge thanks to all who donated to @musichelpsnz – your generosity is going to make such a big difference to the music biz Kiwis doing it tough. Much aroha for and to you all! ⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣ #repost @lauralexanixon Pulled out the ol' laptop cam to capture this moment, hence the horrible quality. Watching a @brookefraser Instagram Live concert 🎹 wearing the T-Shirt she signed for me back in 2010 🌊. I've missed her and her healing music so much that I legit had a wee cry 😢. What a kiwi legend for doing this and raising money for an awesome organisation. #LockdownConcert #thenewnormal

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“It was such a special time together and a huge thanks to all who donated to @musichelpsnz – your generosity is going to make such a big difference to the music biz Kiwis doing it tough. Much aroha for and to you all! ⁣ ⁣⁣

“Music Helps Live has been established to bring crisis relief funds to the thousands of Kiwis in the New Zealand music industry facing hardship due to the closures and cancellations resulting from the current COVID-19 pandemic (these are my people!). 100% of support raised will go directly to people in need. ”

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