Bounce TV to Honor Prince’s Musical Genius with Double Feature on His Birthday

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As we approach what would have been Prince’s 58th birthday—June 7th—countless television networks, concert halls and radio stations are planning tributes to honor the dearly departed musical genius. One such network is Bounce TV, founded by Martin Luther King III and former United States Ambassador and Civil Rights icon Andrew Young, which announced that it will pay homage to the Purple One with a double feature of Graffiti Bridge, the sequel to the Oscar-winning Purple Rain, and Under the Cherry Moon, the 1986 comedy-drama directed by and starring Prince, which chronicles the fate of two scammers who set out to seduce and steal money from wealthy French women. The first film, Graffiti Bridge, in which Prince returns as “The Kid” who must fight to keep his club and the love of his life safe from his musical rival, is scheduled to air at 10:00 pm ET/PT, and the second film, Under the Cherry Moon, will air directly afterwards, at midnight.

So, get dressed in your purple best, gather your friends and tune into this unique television experience!

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