Usher, John Legend and Foo Fighters are among the musical acts that pay tribute to Prince in “Let’s Go Crazy: The Grammy Salute to Prince,” which will air at 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 21, on CBS.

The concert was recorded in January after the 2020 Grammy Awards. Sheila E., Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis served as musical directors for the two-hour show that also features performances from Morris Day and the Time, the Revolution, Sheila E., Earth, Wind and Fire, Beck, Gary Clark Jr., Common, Coldplay’s Chris Martin, Miguel, H.E.R., Juanes, St. Vincent and Mavis Staples. “Saturday Night Live” alum and devoted Prince fan Maya Rudolph hosts and also performs with her Prince cover band Princess.

“The tribute brings together so many musicians, artists and people that have worked with Prince or were inspired by him,” Sheila E. told Billboard. “It’s really a coming together of the community. And if I have to speak to what Prince would think about his legacy, it’s that. He’d be thrilled to know that the community is carrying his legacy forward, pushing the envelope and paying respect to the power of music.”

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