Elvis Costello - Stars To Pay Tribute To Prince At New York Benefit

Elvis Costello, the Roots and D'angelo will be among the artists paying tribute to the music of Prince at a special charity concert in New York next month (Mar13).

The stars will take over Carnegie Hall for the show, which will benefit the American Symphony Orchestra's Music Notes and Little Kids Rock, among other music-based organisations.

Booker T. Jones, Talib Kweli, Blind Boys of Alabama, The Waterboys and comedienne Maya Rudolph's Prince covers band, Princess, will also be part of the all-star line-up, in addition to the Purple Rain hitmaker's longtime collaborators Eric Leeds and Wendy and Suzannah Melvoin.


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