27 January 1992-am

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One-Off Performance
27 January 1992 (a.m.)
Venue Paisley Park Studios
City, Country Chanhassen, Minnesota, USA
Band Prince (vox, guitar), Michael B. (drums), Sonny T. (bass), Levi Seacer, Jr. (guitar), Tommy Barbarella (keyboards), Rosie Gaines (keyboards, vox), Tony M. (dance, rap), Damon Dickson (dance, vox), Kirk Johnson (dance, percussion) (Dancers together as Game Boyz), Michael Nelson (trombone), Brian Gallagher (tenor saxophone), Kathy J. (baritone saxophone), Dave Jensen (trumpet), Steve Strand, Mayte (dance), Lori Elle (Werner) (dance) & Robia LaMorte (dance) (Together as Diamond & Pearl), William 'Diamond J.' Graves (turntables)
Guest(s) The Steeles
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Setlist
  The exact setlist and sequence of this show are uncertain.
Songs Additional Songs Remarks / Personnel

Willing And Able The Steeles backing vox
The Sacrifice Of Victor The Steeles backing vox
Nothing Compares 2 U released on The Hits 1
Call The Law
 
 

See here for index, code, and color legend

Show Facts
Advertised Start Time / Start Time Length Of Show Attendance/Capacity Ticket Prices

 ? / ?  ? 200 / 1,850 (invitation only)  ?
 
Trivia

  • This show was a private party for 200 people following the American Football championship game Super Bowl XXVI between the Washington Redskins and the Buffalo Bills, which too place on 26 January at the Metrodome in Minneapolis. A special video of Willing And Able was shown during the CBS Super Bowl Today pre-game show.
  • Many celebrities were in attendance, including businessman and future US president Donald Trump (by coincidence, Prince had written the track Donald Trump (Black Version) for The Time a few years earlier).
  • The version of Nothing Compares 2 U from this show was included on The Hits 1 and was released as a single, becoming the only version by Prince to receive mainstream airplay. This version went on to be simulcast on US radio stations at 5:07 p.m. CT (6:07 ET/3:07 PT) on May 4 2016, marking exactly "7 hours and 13 days" since Prince was pronounced dead.
 
Soundcheck Support Act(s)

  • no details known
  • none

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