Music Timmy Trumpet live from his home

Timmy Trumpet live from his home

Timmy Trumpet just did the first-ever livestream from home

Since a lot of events and clubs are shut down due to the interdiction of gathering crowds of people together and due to the quarantine in most of the countries around the world, the DJ decided to make a Livestream on the internet to stay in touch with his fans in these hard days.

The Australian artist Timmy Trumpet just Livestream 1 hour of full energetic tracks straight from his office from Sydney, Australia.

During the set, he couldn’t resist making some specific dance moves and he also used lots of small confetti tubs to keep the viewers entertained.

Watch the video here:

This is Timmy’s first ever Livestream from home, and he definitely killed it. We just hope that he will do more Livestreams in the future.

Also he played his new song ‘Diamonds’ that will come soon on Spinnin’ Records, plus a song that will be released on Dharma Records.

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