- July 10, 2016
The Purple Xperience is coming to Florida
Celebrate the unique and talented life and music of Prince with this special tribute concert. The Purple Xperience, a five-piece tribute band hailing from Minneapolis, brings the memories of Prince and The Revolution to audiences of all generations. Led by Matt Fink (aka Doctor Fink), a member of Prince and The Revolution from 1978 to 1991.
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22nd, 2016 | TAMPA | THE TAMPA THEATRE | 8PM DOORS OPEN AT 7PM | YOU CAN PURCHASE TICKETS AT THE DOOR AS WELL
THANKS TAMPA. WHAT A GREAT CONCERT IT WAS, HOPE TO SEE YOU ALL TONIGHT IN ST PETE
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd, 2016 |ST PETERSBURG | THE COLISEUM | 8PM DOORS OPEN AT 7PM | YOU CAN PURCHASE TICKETS AT THE DOOR AS WELL – $30
THE PURPLE XPERIENCE PROMO VIDEO
THE PURPLE XPERIENCE FAN VIDEO
Backed by the best session players in the Twin Cities, Matt Fink and Marshall Charloff have undoubtedly produced the most authentic re-creation of Prince and The Revolution in the world, leaving no attendee disappointed.
MATT “DOCTOR” FINK:
Keyboardist, record producer, and songwriter Doctor Fink won two Grammy Awards in 1985 for the motion picture soundtrack album for “Purple Rain”, in which he appeared. He received another Grammy in 1986 for the album “Parade: Music from the Motion Picture ‘Under the Cherry Moon’”, the eighth studio album by Prince and The Revolution. Matt also has two American Music Awards for “Purple Rain”, which has sold over 25 million copies worldwide since its release.
Marshall Charloff, front man for The Purple Xperience, imaginatively styles the magic of Prince’s talent in an uncannily unmatched fashion with his appearance, vocal imitation, and multi-instrumental capacity on guitar and piano.
Marshall Charloff taught himself to play the guitar at the age of 15 and later taught himself the piano, bass, and drums. He is a celebrated producer and recording artist, skills that paved the way for Marshmallow Fields, a 1990s production team consisting of Marshall, Grammy winner John Fields (The Jonas Brothers, Miley Cyrus, and Switchfoot), and Steven “Funkytown” Greenberg. Their single charted on the Billboard Top 100 dance charts and is still in rotation amongst DJs around the country. Although Charloff and Fields shared co-production credits, the release was executive produced by Steven Greenberg. Marshmallow Fields’s credits include productions for Grammy Award winners The Commodores, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees Little Anthony and the Imperials, and multi-platinum selling Lipps Inc. just to name a few. Marshall also wrote the song “Don’t Rock It”, which is on the Commodores XX album released in 1993 and for which he also appears as a producer and arranger.
His latest two recordings are on the album “94 East” featuring Prince, on which Marshall appears on keyboards and bass guitar, and, in 2009, on his self-produced single “Cougars”, which has had notable success on iTunes and was on the soundtrack of feature film “Thieves Like Us”.