As of right now, almost all summer concerts are being canceled or postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. For musicians that have toured for decades and may be holding farewell tours, this is a devastating change. While some are fine with postponing, others are sad about staying home this summer.\r\n\r\nSome veteran musicians have come forward and talked about what it is like staying home and postponing tours this summer. Let's start with the very talented Stevie Nicks and see how she's holding up.\r\nStevie Nicks\r\n\r\n\r\nShe admitted that she has a lot of time on her hands. She didn't have a tour planned, but she said she usually is getting ready for something work-related. Now, she doesn't have to and her brain is confused! Stevie said, "This has never happened to me ever in my life. The second I come off the tour with one career, the phone\u2019s ringing off the hook from the other career, saying, 'Are you ready to do something cool?' This is the year I was going to talk to everybody about making my movie and do some recording and meet new people. Well, you\u2019re not going to meet any new people, because you can\u2019t leave your house."\r\n\r\nRELATED: Yes, Drive-In Concerts Are A Real Thing Now, Here\u2019s What To Expect\r\nJohn Fogerty\r\n\r\n\r\nBest known for founding and being a part of the band Creedence Clearwater Revival, John talked about how scary the coronavirus pandemic is. He said he is patient and doesn't plan to tour until there is a vaccine. He admits he is an older person and has more of a chance of dying from the virus, so he plans to keep being careful for the time being.\r\n\r\nRead onto the NEXT page for more artists' opinions on putting their tours and careers on hold this summer!\r\n\r\n\r\nSammy Hagar\r\n\r\n\r\nHe took a different stance. Sammy said he would be comfortable playing a show even if there isn't a vaccine yet. Sammy is eager to get the economy back to where it was but said he won't be going around spreading it. However, he does plan to continue his 2020 tour.\r\nDavid Crosby\r\n\r\n\r\nHe said he has been worrying about money and is itching to go back on tour. He admitted, "I hope I\u2019m back on tour next year, but I\u2019m not sure I\u2019ve got a next year. That\u2019s the thing: I\u2019m almost 80 years old. When you take away my next year, you might have just taken the last one I got."\r\nBruce Springsteen\r\n\r\n\r\nThe musician said time seems to be moving quickly but slowly and worries about the future. He said, "Let the world open up before you, and prepare yourself to accept it in its entirety, on its own terms, with a vengeance. Well, I\u2019m ready, and I hope you are, too. But right now, the waiting . . . is the hardest part."\r\nPhilip Bailey\r\n\r\n\r\nHe is a member of Earth, Wind and Fire. Philips admits that he can't remember a summer when the band wasn't on the road. The band was scheduled to tour with Santana but the tour is on hold for now. Philip hopes that the tour can resume sooner rather than later. He said, "But I never conceive of not making music or playing music or performing. I mean right now I\u2019m sitting in front of the piano. I\u2019ve been spending this time studying jazz piano for hours and hours \u2013 it gives me much more appreciation for the music I love."