D’Angelo And Guests To Pay Tribute To Prince On ‘The Tonight Show’
It hasn’t been a full yet since music lost one of its most talented and innovative artists, yet, the loss is still as great as the day we learned Prince died. Although services have already been held, and his body cremated, many still want to honor the man who’s music helped them through life’s most difficult times.
Funnyman and talk show host Jimmy Fallon took to Twitter Tuesday (April 26) to inform fans of which celebrities would stop by as well as the musical guest.
— jimmy fallon (@jimmyfallon) April 26, 2016
D’angelo, one of music’s most soulful and versatile instrumentalist and vocalist, has long been vocal about his admiration for The Purple One, so this tribute will be nothing short of grand.