15 Epic Prince Performances You Need to Watch Right Now

I’m not a unison person. Ask anyone who knows me, and they’ll tell we I’d most rather listen to a rope or a thespian we like on my tinny Bose speakers than see them live. There is one difference to that rule, however, and that difference was Prince. we was propitious adequate to see him perform both in unison and during HM’s Versace launch in 2011, and we can contend with certainty there isn’t anyone—and will never be anyone—with a magnetism, star power, and climax a artist possessed.

Prince’s music—a kinetic mix of soul, funk, pop, and RB—speaks for itself (7 Grammys, 100 million annals sold, an Oscar for “Purple Rain” in 1985), though examination him on theatre is an knowledge distinct any other. Nothing he did ever felt choreographed, rehearsed, or overly planned. The male got adult on theatre and warranted his repute as one of a all-time coolest, smoothest, slyest, sexiest musicians on a planet. And his perfect talent, well, that’s not something simply put into words.

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It’s been over a year given he left us, though it’s protected to contend he is still deeply missed. In respect of a ultimate Artist, let’s revisit 15 live performances that are positively epic.

Prince Performing “Let’s Work”

Prince’s Performing “Purple Rain” (in a Rain) During Super Bowl XLI

Prince, James Brown, and Michael Jackson in 1983

Larry Graham, GCS, and Prince Live during BB Kings

Prince and Cee-Lo Green Performing “Crazy”

“Purple Rain” during a 1985 American Music Awards

Prince Performing “Love Is A Losing Game”with Amy Winehouse

Longtime Collaborator Sheila E Tearing adult a Drums during a Prince Show

Prince’s Tribute to Chaka Khan with Stevie Wonder and India.Arie

Prince and Lenny Kravitz Performing “American Woman”

Prince Full Concert, 1982, Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ

Prince Slaying Radiohead’s “Creep”

Prince and 3RDEYEGIRL Performing B-Side Classic “She’s Always in My Hair”

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Prince Showing off Why He’s a King of funk

Prince, Tom Petty, Steve Winwood, Jeff Lynne and others “While My Guitar Gently Weeps”

The song universe is sad during a detriment of an icon, though his epic live performances will live on forever.

Originally published Apr 2016. Updated Aug 2017.

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