Another sing-along has been planned for Chicago this weekend to honor the late Bill Withers, but to also bring together the community!
Chicagoans will once again gather for a sing-along while in isolation, this time paying tribute to beloved singer Bill Withers, who passed away last week.
Ald. Andre Vasquez launched the idea, creating a Facebook event for the city to join together in singing Withers' "Lean on Me" Saturday evening.
'This Saturday at 7pm, we will be singing Lean on Me outside of our windows and doors in tribute to the incomparable Bill Withers and our shared community," Vasquez wrote. "MeTV FM Radio will be playing the song on the air at 7 as well! Share this so we get the whole city singing!"
He also encouraged residents to "make some noise" for healthcare workers following the song.
People all across the city have been cheering on healthcare workers and first responders by shouting and banging pots and pans out of their windows every night at 8 p.m.
Chicagoans last sang to Bon Jovi during the community sing-along and Bon Jovi even got in on it!