Mavis Staples and The Revolution perform at "Let's Go Crazy: The GRAMMY Salute To Prince" | Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS/Getty Images Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis and Sheila E. served as musical directors for the show, and all performed during it.

I've never really paid much attention to The Cross, but wow it was powerful live! Back in January, Usher, Sheila E, and FKA twigs paid tribute to Prince at the 2020 Grammys with a medley of “Little Red Corvette,” “When Doves Cry” and “Kiss.” That was a prelude to the All-Star Grammy Tribute to Prince, Let’s Go Crazy, that was filmed days later at the Los Angeles Convention Center, and which premiered on CBS last night.

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Prince, famous for “Purple Rain” and other hits, won seven Grammy Awards and was nominated 38 times, according to the Recording Academy. And Mavis is a joy every time I've seen her. 1 hits, including the GRAMMY Award-winning "Kiss," as well as five chart-topping albums, including the GRAMMY Award-winning "Purple Rain." Gary Davis, John Fogerty, Randy Newman, and Allen Toussaint, as well as traditional gospel songs and readings of "Don't Knock" and "Downward Road," written by her father, Pops Staples. A Grammys Salute to late music legend Prince has been announced for later this month, featuring performances from the likes of Alicia Keys, John Legend and the late legend's collaborators. Her performance of Purple Rain was... well, it was church. For me, the highlights of the show were probably Gary Clark Jr.'s The Cross and Mavis Staples's Purple Rain.

Solo: One of Prince's favorite voices, Mavis Staples, came on stage to sing, with Prince's group The Revolution, Prince's most cherished song, Purple Rain, … Back in January, Usher, Sheila E, and FKA twigs paid tribute to Prince at the 2020 Grammys with a medley of “Little Red Corvette,” “When Doves Cry” and “Kiss.” That was a prelude to the All-Star Grammy Tribute to Prince, Let’s Go Crazy, that was filmed days later at the Los Angeles Convention Center, and which premiered on CBS last night. Chicago's own Mavis Staples singing Purple Rain is glorious.#Prince pic.twitter.com/OglLQYtZPG — Billy Krumb (@ClubhouseCancer) April 22, 2020. And I though GCJr had an excellent performance.

Tonight’s #GRAMMYSalutePrince on @CBS was so good. His catalog is home to 19 Top 10 singles and five No. Mavis Staples and The Revolution perform at "Let's Go Crazy: The GRAMMY Salute To Prince" | Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS/Getty Images Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis and Sheila E. served as musical directors for the show, and all performed during it. Jam and Lewis, who got their start as part of Prince-formed act the Time, brought the moves with that classic group, while Sheila served up her … Filed Under: Grammys, Prince, The Revolution MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — On Tuesday, musicians will gather to celebrate Prince’s legacy in a two-hour long concert special. The Revolution provides the perfect capper for the show: the inevitable “Purple Rain” with Rock Hall of Famer Mavis Staples, a favorite of Prince’s. "There's no 15-year old who doesn’t know who Prince is," Ken Ehrlich noted. : Mixing elements of blues, folk and gospel, Mavis Staples' You Are Not Alone features covers of songs written by the Rev. That's how "Saturday Night Live" veteran Maya Rudolph introduced "Let's Go Crazy: The Grammy Salute to Prince," a two-hour, music-filled tribute to the late icon.

Jam and Lewis, who got their start as part of Prince-formed act the Time, brought the moves with that classic group, while Sheila served up her …