Grammy’s Tribute to Prince Live Concert Stream Online. “Let’s Go Crazy: The Grammy Salute to Prince,” which will air at 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 21, on CBS.

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The concert was recorded in January after the 2020 Grammy Awards. Sheila E., Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis served as musical directors for the two-hour show that also features performances from Morris Day and the Time, the Revolution, Sheila E., Beck, Gary Clark Jr., Common, Coldplay’s Chris Martin, Miguel, H.E.R., Juanes, St. Vincent, Mavis Staples and Earth, Wind and Fire.

“Saturday Night Live” alum and devoted Prince fan Maya Rudolph hosts and also performs with her Prince cover band Princess.

“The tribute brings together so many musicians, artists and people that have worked with Prince or were inspired by him,” Sheila E. told Billboard. “It’s really a coming together of the community. And if I have to speak to what Prince would think about his legacy, it’s that. He’d be thrilled to know that the community is carrying his legacy forward, pushing the envelope and paying respect to the power of music.”

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Just two days after the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards, the Recording Academy, AEG Ehrlich Ventures and CBS celebrated the unparalleled career of 38-time GRAMMY nominee and seven-time GRAMMY winner Prince by recording Let’s Go Crazy: The GRAMMY Salute To Prince. The tribute concert was hosted by comedian Maya Rudolph, who also performed with her Prince cover band, Princess. Now, for the first time, this night of performances and tributes will be broadcast at 9:00 PM ET/PT, only on CBS and streaming on CBS All Access.

This special broadcast will feature a lineup of all-star artists paying tribute to Prince’s unprecedented influence on music, including GRAMMY Award-winning artists Beck, Common, Gary Clark Jr., Earth, Wind & Fire, Foo Fighters, H.E.R., Juanes, Alicia Keys, John Legend, Coldplay’s Chris Martin, Mavis Staples, St. Vincent, Usher, and Susanna Hoffs. Plus, several of Prince’s most celebrated musical friends and collaborators, including GRAMMY Award-winning band the Revolution, past GRAMMY Award nominee Sheila E., and legendary funk band Morris Day and the Time take the stage for a historic joint performance. Additional performers will be announced in the coming weeks.

“One of the true joys of producing the GRAMMY Awards is both working with and being able to tribute your heroes, and Prince gave me the opportunity of doing both,” said Ken Ehrlich. “His GRAMMY appearances, though few, were historic, and it’s with mixed feelings that we approach this opportunity to celebrate the amazing legacy he left us. We’ve gathered a remarkable collection of artists across genres and across generations to salute one of music’s truly singular iconic writer/performers, and believe me, it’s a tall order to do him justice.”

Be sure to tune in for all the fun and excitement of Let’s Go Crazy: The GRAMMY Salute To Prince this Tuesday, April 21st at, only on CBS and streaming on CBS All Access. Check your local listings for more information.

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The tribute concert on CBS and CBS All Access will include Beck, Common, Foo Fighters, H.E.R., and many more!

You may not be able to leave home right now, but you’ll feel like you’re visiting Paisley Park watching the upcoming special Let’s Go Crazy: A GRAMMY Salute to Prince!

The 38-time GRAMMY® nominee and seven-time GRAMMY winner will be celebrated in the energetic tribute concert, which airs Tuesday, Apr. 21 at 9/8c on CBS and CBS All Access. The date marks the four-year anniversary of the superstar’s passing.

Who’s performing on Let’s Go Crazy: A GRAMMY Salute to Prince?

The special is hosted by comedian Maya Rudolph, who will also perform with her Prince cover band, Princess. She’ll be joined by some of the most talented names in music as they gather to perform hits from Prince’s renowned catalog, including:

– Beck
– Gary Clark Jr.
– Common
– Earth, Wind, & Fire
– Foo Fighters
– H.E.R.
– Juanes
– John Legend
– Chris Martin
– Morris Day and The Time
– Sheila E.
– St. Vincent
– Mavis Staples
– Miguel
– The Revolution
– Usher

You can also look forward to special appearances by FKA Twigs, Fred Armisen, Jimmy Jam, Misty Copeland, and Naomi Campbell.

When is Let’s Go Crazy: A GRAMMY Salute to Prince?

The two-hour special airs for the first time on Tuesday, Apr. 21 at 9/8c.

It was originally filmed at the Los Angeles Convention Center on Jan. 28, just two days after The 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards (which you can stream now on CBS All Access).

How can I watch or stream Let’s Go Crazy: A GRAMMY Salute to Prince?

You can watch Let’s Go Crazy: A GRAMMY Salute to Prince on CBS All Access, which is available on iOS devices (including iPhones, iPads, Apple TV), Android devices (including phones, tablets, Android TV), TVs and connected devices (including LG Smart TV, Samsung Smart TV, Vizio Smart TV, Chromecast, FireTV, Roku), gaming consoles (including Xbox and PlayStation 4), smart home devices (including Amazon Alexa and Google Home) and many more!

What else can I watch on CBS All Access?

Not only will CBS All Access let you stream Let’s Go Crazy: A GRAMMY Salute to Prince, you also get to enjoy all sorts of annual music specials like The GRAMMY Awards®, The Kennedy Center Honors, The Tony Awards®, Academy of Country Music Awards®, and unique specials like ACM® Presents: Our Country.

Of course, the streaming service is packed with new episodes of your favorite CBS Primetime and Daytime shows, plus you can also watch exclusive originals like Star Trek: Picard, The Good Fight, Star Trek: Discovery, The Twilight Zone, Why Women Kill, and No Activity.

Plus, you won’t want to miss The Stand, an upcoming limited-event series based on the Stephen King novel of the same name.

Of course, CBS All Access gives you thousands of episodes from CBS shows on demand. That includes full episodes from current and earlier seasons of your favorites like Evil, FBI, NCIS, and many more.

Watch Let’s Go Crazy: The GRAMMY® Salute To Prince on Tuesday, Apr. 21 at 9/8c on CBS and CBS All Access.


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