This marks Maq’s second solo appearance for ISOL-AID, and she filled her set with almost exclusively covers. She covered Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s ‘Shallow’, Aerosmith‘s ‘I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing’, Celine Dion‘s ‘My Heart Will Go On’ and Taylor Swift‘s ‘All Too Well’ – the best song she’s ever released.
She also played a brief, ukulele-led rendition of Camp Cope’s 2017 track ‘The Opener’.
Watch the full set below:
“We figured it was high time we paid homage to the folks that have really given everything,” event organisers said in a press statement.
“The intersection of frontline workers and musicians goes to show that these people are not only busy saving lives and kickin’ medical ass, there’s also some absolutely SUPER-human workers who are also very talented musicians.”
Georgia Maq and Gordi also recently linked up on a remix of the latter’s track ‘Extraordinary Life‘.
“My version is more of a basic structured pop song: verse, chorus, verse, chorus, bridge, chorus,” Maq told NME of the remix, the first track she’s ever produced by herself.
“I leave some words out and I’ve added a ‘baby’ in there.”