The announcement fans have been longing for, that Prince’s best album be remastered and given the Super Deluxe Edition treatment, has finally arrived.
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An all-star billed one-off concert, Let’s Go Crazy: The Grammy Salute To Prince recorded at the end of January, airs on CBS on Tuesday 21 April to mark the passing of 4 years since Prince’s death in 2016.
Sony Legacy continues their splendid reissue series in 2020 with One Nite Alone… and The Rainbow Children.
Warner Brothers announces the release of super deluxe re-master of Prince’s fifth studio album 1999 will be due this November. The success of 2017’s Purple Rain Deluxe sees the label’s next release upgraded to Super Deluxe Edition and is available this November. What’s in it?
The Prince Estate will not renew Graceland’s contract after 1 October expiry.
Between releases from Prince’s famed Paisley Park vault, the superstar’s estate is finding room in its busy release schedule to reissue albums of Prince’s post Warner Brothers career, those whose rights was since awarded to Sony Legacy in partnership with The Prince Estate.
This spring has witnessed a trio of announcements of releases that should keep Prince fans occupied this summer.
This year’s Celebration will see special performances from The Revolution, Jessie Johnson and Funk Soldiers – a newly formed all-star ensemble of NPG and Paisley Park artists.
Legacy Recordings, a sub-brand within Sony Music Entertainment has been awarded the rights to release Prince’s post-Warner Bros catalogue, the material he recorded since leaving the label in 1993.
In an interview given by Troy Carter, CEO of Atom Factory, the company tasked by Prince’s estate to curate the music icon’s unreleased music archive, has given details of a forthcoming album to be released by Warner Bros., September 28th.