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Prince’s first UK show in two years closed this weekend’s Hop Farm Festival in Paddock Wood, Kent.

The pop icon, clad all in white, played a set featuring covers of Michael Jackson‘s ‘Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough’, The Beatles‘Come Together’ and Bob Dylan‘s ‘Make You Feel My Love’.

He was also joined onstage by Larry Graham of Sly And The Family Stone for a cover of Wild Cherry‘s ‘Play That Funky Music’.

After playing ‘Nothing Compares 2 U’, made a global hit by Sinead O’Connor, he joked “that wasn’t my song, that was Sinead O’Connor’s song. What? That song bought me a house.”

Prince played:

‘Laydown’
‘Let’s Go Crazy’/’Delirious’/’Let’s Go Crazy(Reprise)’
‘1999’
‘Raspberry Beret’
‘Little Red Corvette’
‘Take Me With U’
‘U Got the Look
‘Nothing Compares 2 U’
‘Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough’
‘Cream’
‘Cool’
‘Make You Feel My Love’
‘Purple Rain’
‘Kiss’
‘Controversy’/’Housequake’
‘Play That Funky Music’
‘Come Together’
‘Dance (Disco Heat)’
‘If I Was Your Girlfriend’


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