A loud cheer went up outside the high-rises in the city's South Loop. Two people whipped out electric guitars on a porch. One played a clarinet standing yards away from neighbors, another a violin from a balcony overlooking Lake Michigan. Kids danced in living rooms and on front yards. Some shouted lyrics at trains and buses as they rolled past. Under stay-at-home orders amid the coronavirus outbreak, people scattered throughout the Chicago metro area belted out Bon Jovi's "Livin' On A Prayer" at 7 p.m. Saturday night, standing at windows, in yards and on balconies in freezing weather. Chicagoans shared dozens of videos capturing the citywide sing-along on social media. One Chicago radio station played the song at the designated hour. The man himself even gave the Windy City a shout-out on Instagram: "Sing it out, baby. We’re all going to come through this together. Be strong," Jon Bon Jovi said in a post.