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If you were a fan, jump onto Youtube and seach for “Prince and The Revolution Live”. It’s going to start at 5pm PT/8pm ET. There are a few more days it will be streamed. Look for the special link at the top of the YT description. Bobby Z was chatting about it just now. Concert from Syracuse March 30, 1985. So cool!

After this Live Stream event look for both the Syracuse Concert Live video and the Pre-Show Interview with BobbyZ.
 

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From Papermag.com:


If you missed the legendary tour, today, The Prince Estate announced that they will stream exclusive footage from the multi-instrumentalist's Syracuse, New York stop. Over the next three days, viewers can revisit his live performances, while also benefiting the World Health Organization's COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.

All donations from viewers will go directly to the fund, which supports preventing and detecting the spread of COVID-19 and responding to the pandemic while providing assistance to frontline healthcare workers. Google will match their donations with up to $5 million, in the hopes of expediting research leading to a curing vaccine.

The concert stream officially begins on May 14 at 8 PM ET, and will conclude on May 17 at 11:59 PM. The Bobby Z Q&A will take place an hour before the official footage begins.
 

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Prince and the Revolution: Live Track List
Let’s Go Crazy (6:03)
Delirious (2:51)
1999 (5:51)
Little Red Corvette (3:39)
Take Me With U (4:57)
Yankee Doodle Dandy (3:53)
Do Me Baby (4:51)
Irresistible Bitch (1:56)
Possessed (4:25)
How Come You Don’t Call Me Anymore (7:19)
Let’s Pretend We’re Married (2:11)
International Lover (2:01)
God (7:46)
Computer Blue (4:15)
Darling Nikki (3:30)
The Beautiful Ones (6:50)
When Doves Cry (9:29)
I Would Die 4 U (3:27)
Baby I’m a Star (10:57)
Purple Rain (19:26)
 

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Look for the concert and the separate Pre-show interview with Bobby Z on YouTube. Both available now to stream at your leisure thru the 17th.
 

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GAH!! I got a youtube notification from this & totally forgot about it! I will TOTALLY watch this over the weekend!!

God I still miss him so much.
 

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I've watched it twice now & I'm thankful I have the Youtube app on the TV so I can watch him on a larger screen.

This was pre-Jehovah Witness, still singing the dirty stuff, puffy shirt, lace-assed pants, poofy haired Revolution, Purple Rain era Prince. The first iteration of Prince that I fell in love with back in the day when I saw Purple Rain first run in the theatre.

When you see him perform the way he did back then you can understand why he needed a hip replacement. Dancing & working in heels like that for 30+ years will certainly ruin a few body parts & leave you with some permanent aches & pains. I can understand how he got hooked on painkillers.

I was kinda floored by all the screaming women. It sounds like some teen idol concert at times!! :D

If they don't leave this up on Youtube (which they probably won't) I hope they release this for home consumption in some form, download, DVD, whatever, because I'd totally buy it.
 

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I forgot to mention, what a great throwback to see LIGHTERSLIGHTERLIGHTERSLIGHTERS lighting up an arena again!!!!

That really took me back to my early concert going days!! All that was missing was that one dude 3 seats down from you that was smoking weed, the drunk person screaming for some obscure song from the artist or just generally being a drunk spilling beer all over, & the couple in front of you making out like they were in a porno!! :LOL:

I always thought it was weird that in our arena, The Capital Centre, while smoking was allowed in most of the place you couldn't smoke inside the arena where the concert happened, but 18,000+ people could light up their lighters!

I have never smoked but I used to always make sure I had a lighter for concerts. I can't even remember the last concert where I held up a lighter in tribute. It had to be in the 80s or early 90s.
 
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