The artists - apparently alongside Prince's band - performed a six (or four) hour gig (or jam session) in Hollywood at No Name, an enigmatic venue with a "no-phone policy" along L.A.’s Fairfax Avenue. The show was hosted by Chappelle and the venue's owner/founder Bryan Ling, and took place last night (26 April), but only finished a short while ago.
Details of the intimate show are leaking out on social media. Some info, including pics and clips, have seeped online despite the phone ban:
Stevie Wonder, John Mayer, Goapele, Nas, Prince's band, etc. all played for 6 hours straight. Great tribute. Chappelle is that dude!!!— Nate Jones (@JonesOnTheNBA) April 27, 2016
Just watched an impromptu jam session to honor Prince in Hollywood w/ Stevie Wonder, John Mayer, & Nas. Hosted by Dave Chappelle. Amazing.— Adam Hunter (@AdamComedian) April 27, 2016
It was insane. 4 hr. Jam session. Speechless. https://t.co/eSgoIfUQeQ— Adam Hunter (@AdamComedian) April 27, 2016
listen, Twitter—and I know you won't believe me—at 2:45am PST, accompanied by John Mayer in a 200-cap venue, Stevie Wonder sang Fetty Wap.— mikayla mòyǎ (@mmikrib) April 27, 2016
Just witnessed Stevie Wonder, Dave Chappelle, and John Mayer do a Prince tribute. Fuck everything right? pic.twitter.com/2QNbZpgFIp— tᕼe ᒪᑌᑕᗩᔕ ᗷᖇOᔕ (@lucasbros) April 27, 2016