The tributes for Prince keep coming in. The legendary producer, singer, songwriter, and guitarist who was born Prince Rogers Nelson, died unexpectedly on April 21, at 57. His sudden death has prompted an outpouring of remembrances and tributes. Above is Bruce Springsteen singing Purple Rain on the night of April 23rd at the Barclay Center in Brooklyn, NY.
Below, the cast of Hamilton celebrates to Let’s Go Crazy at the Richard Rodgers Theatre in New York on the night of April 21.
Also on Broadway, the cast of The Color Purple, led by Jennifer Hudson, “keeps Prince alive” by singing Purple Rain after a performance on the night of February 21.
Below, the band Mumford & Sons sang the number one hit Nothing Compares to You in tribute to Prince on the night of his death at a concert in St. Paul, MN. The song was written by Prince for Irish singer Sinead O’Connor in 1990.
Below is Corey Taylor, the lead singer of Slipknot, performing an acoustic version of Purple Rain at the Minneapolis club Prince made famous, the First Avenue club.