Bruno Mars, The Time Blew Everyone Away With Grammys Prince Tribute

Jay Jacobs
February 14, 2017

Bruno Mars and The Time paid homage to Prince at the 2017 Grammy Awards by singing the legendary singer's songs. We are delighted that now we can help continue this work and make his legacy available to a whole new generation, as well as enabling his long-time fans to listen to Prince's music at any time. He produced an huge body of stunning work, much of which has been hard to find in recent years. Prince, who died in late April of last night, was celebrated through a tribute by one of his closest collaborators, and a contemporary Pop superstar that he has greatly influenced. But you, you have tickets to the hottest show on the planet, where glam meets funk, rock meets fantasy, leather meets lace.

The Time opened the tribute medley by donning gold blazers and performing "Jungle Love", commanding the audience to dance it out.

The Time kicked off the tribute with an old-school performance of their hits "Jungle Love" and "The Bird", both of which were produced and co-written by Prince.

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Of course, it takes much more than purple clothes to properly honor Prince. Most notable were his guitar solos throughout the song. At the end of the Prince tribute there was scarcely a dry pair of eyes at the venue.

Prince's score for Purple Rain in 1985 won an Oscar for Best Original Score. Prince used to play a similar guitar in his concerts and get unbelievable sounds from it.

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