Why Prince Stopped Celebrating Birthdays

Prince and the Revolution celebrated Prince’s 28th birthday at the Cobo Arena in Detroit, MI, on June 7, 1986.👉👉👉👉👉 (CLICK HERE FOR FREE DOWNLOAD) 👈👈👈👈

Prince was riding high on a wave of residual success from Purple Rain. He had wrapped up the prodution on “Under the Cherry Moon” which was released one month later on July 4, 1986.
Later in life, Prince stopped celebrating his birthday as part of his beliefs as a Jehovah’s Witness. The JW website says the practice is considered of pagan custom.(for more click here)

But the parties were still going in 1986 and Prince’s Detroit birthday show is one of his most memorable performances.

Prince & The Revolution: Live in Detroit, MI: June 7, 1986
1. Around The World In A Day
2. Christopher Tracey’s Parade
3. New Position (Intro)
4. I Wonder U
5. Raspberry Beret
6. Alexa de Paris
7. Controversy
8. Mutiny (The Family cover, including HOLLY ROCK)
9. Happy Birthday (for Prince)
10. How Much Is That Doggy In The Window?
11. Lady Cab Driver
12. Automatic
13. D.M.S.R.
14. The Dance Electric (Andre Cymone cover)
15. Under the Cherry Moon
16. Anotherloverholenyohead
17. Soft & Wet (Edited From Broadcast)
18. I Wanna Be Your Lover
19. Head
20. Pop Life
21. Girls & Boys
22. Take My Hand, Precious Lord (Mahalia Jackson cover)
23. Life Can Be So Nice

Encore:
24. Purple Rain
25. Whole Lotta Shakin’
26. Mountains
27. A Love Bizarre (Sheila E. cover)
28. Kiss

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1 thought on “Why Prince Stopped Celebrating Birthdays

  1. Aw….
    I love what you did with it and love this post! You should totally be my purple sister in crime. We have to spread the purple gospel so it never fades away.💜

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