Dirty Honey covers Prince’s “Let’s Go Crazy” on Frozen Lake
Dirty Honey will appear at the National Hockey League Winter Classic with its cover of Prince’s “Let’s Go Crazy”, which was filmed on a frozen lake in Minnesota.
The group posted several teasers on their Instagram throughout the week leading up to the broadcast of the special, which will take place on New Years Day (January 1) on TNT. Each teaser clip featured a single purple letter animation with a song in the background – “C” was backed up by Ozzy Osbourne’s “Crazy Train”, “R” was Heart’s “Crazy on You”, “A” was associated with “Crazy” and “Z” by Patsy Cline with “Crazy” by Gnarls Barkley.
Prince was also known as “The Purple One” from his album Purple rain was released in 1984. We’ll see what song Dirty Honey releases tomorrow with the letter “Y”.
The next special will feature Dirty Honey performing âLet’s Go Crazyâ on top of a frozen lake. The video was produced by Tyler Lassiter and Craig Murray of Turner Sports, and the studio version of the song will also be available January 1 on all digital and streaming services.
“I had read that [vocalist] Marc LaBelle was a great hockey player, and as soon as we landed the NHL deal on TNT earlier this year, my first thought was that we would do something with these guys at some point, âLassiter said. in a press release. ” When we arrived. with this concept, all the stars seemed to align. We needed a band that could faithfully pull off a legitimate cover of Prince as well as a band passionate enough to agree to shoot on a frozen lake in northern Minnesota in mid-December. The boys run over him.
Pre-game activities will begin at 6 p.m. ET on TNT, after which the Minnesota Wild will face the St. Louis Blues at Target Field outside Minneapolis.
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