08 February 2004

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 Award
46th annual Grammy Awards Ceremony

8 February 2004
Venue Staples Center
City, Country Los Angeles, California, USA
Band Prince (vox, guitar), John Blackwell (drums), Rhonda Smith (bass), Renato Neto (keyboards), rad. (keyboards, vox), Chance Howard (keyboards, vox), Mike Scott (guitar), Greg Boyer (trombone), Maceo Parker (saxophone), Candy Dulfer (saxophone)

Guest: Beyonce (vox) and an 8-piece string orchestra
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Setlist
Songs Additional Songs Remarks / Personnel

Purple Rain Arrow.png
Baby I'm A Star Arrow.png incl. 1999 intro
Crazy In Love Arrow.png
Let's Go Crazy
 
 

See here for index, code, and color legend

Show Facts
Start time Length Of Performance Attendance/Capacity Televised

8:00 p.m. 10 minutes  ? / ? Broadcast live on CBS (USA)
 
Trivia

During a PRN Alumni Foundation panel discussion in 2020, Clare Fischer's son Brent Fischer discussed the strings in this show, as the string orchestration was arranged by them both. While they had worked together since 1984, Prince had always resisted meeting Clare Fischer, thinking it would jinx their working relationship, but before the show, Prince met with Brent Fischer for two minutes to discuss the final details of the strings. At one point during rehearsals, Brent Fischer noticed walked up a staircase with his father and noticed that Prince was walking right next to them, guitar in hand, but he respected Prince's desire not to meet, and decided not to introduce them to each other.

 
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