All-Star Prince Tribute Concert Filmed After 2020 Grammys to Air on CBS in April

March 30, 2020

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Following the Grammys earlier this year, a number of musicians stuck around to perform a tribute concert to Prince, and now, CBS plans to air the show in primetime, Consequence or Sound reports. The network said Wednesday that it will show the Let’s Go Crazy: The Grammy Salute To Prince on Tuesday, April 21st at 9:00 p.m. ET, which is the four year anniversary of the musician's death. The concert took place two days after the Grammys, and featured a wide variety of artists covering his songs, including Beck doing "Raspberry Beret," Foo Fighters version of “Pop Life” and “Darling Nikki," St. Vincent's take on “Controversy," and Earth Wind & Fire performing “Adore.” Other artists who participated include Chris Martin, John Legend, Miguel, Mavis Staples, Usher, Morris Day and the Time, Susanna Hoffs, FKA twigs, Fred Armisen, Naomi Campbell and Prince’s old band the Revolution. Sheila E. served as the concert’s musical director, and the show was hosted by Maya Rudolph.