Bruce Springsteen Opens His Show With A Breathtaking Tribute To Prince!

The incredible performer Prince died on April 21 after a medical emergency. Details surrounding the 57 year old death are still being revealed; however the world has begun to grieve with memories and tribute performances.

On Friday evening, Bruce Springsteen paid tribute to Prince to a sold out group at Barclays in Brooklyn, New York. Unfortunately, this is the third time this year that the manager needed to honor one of his companions amid his tour – with “Rebel Rebel” for David Bowie and “Take it Easy” for Glenn Frey.

If you really liked Springsteen’s performance, make sure to look at Adam Levine’s interpretation of Purple Rain also. “The Howard Stern Show” chose to release the Maroon 5 front man’s performance of Purple Rain online in memory of the musician.

A few hours before the appear, Steven Van Zandt of the E Street Band watched a Youtube video of Prince playing Purple Rain on his PC…

Despite the fact that they never collaborated, Prince and Springsteen had many things in common. Both music symbols came up in the 1980s and keep up to grace the chards for many years.

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