Countless artists have performed tributes to Prince in the wake of his tragic death.
And soon, the Raspberry Beret singer's original band will be reuniting in honor of the late music legend.
On Tuesday, Prince's band The Revolution revealed they would "soon" be coming back for performances, sharing the special announcement on Facebook.
The group's members, Brown Mark, Bobby Z., Wendy Melvoin, Lisa Coleman, and Matt "Doctor" Fink, made the decision after spending a few days together mourning the loss of the 57-year-old.
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The band served as the backing band for Prince at the start of his career in 1979, but were not officially named The Revolution until 1986's Purple Rain.
No further details of the shows have been released, but this sounds like a can't miss event for any fan of the music icon.
Ch-ch-check out the band's announcement video (below)!
[Image via Warner Bros. Records.]
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