Three people were hurt at legendary rock club First Avenue in downtown Minneapolis Wednesday after part of the ceiling collapsed. The collapse happened around 10:15 p.m. during a “Theory of a Deadman” concert.
Prince had a gathering at his Paisley Park Studios but he didn’t perform — he wanted to talk promotion and business. He invited journalists attending the National Association of Black Journalists convention in Minneapolis to a four-hour dance party on Saturday.
Here’s a look at the four things you need to know for Aug. 9, 2015.
Minnesota musician Prince has invited members of the National Association of Black Journalists attending the 2015 convention in Minneapolis to visit Paisley Park Friday.
These are the four stories you need to know about for Friday, July 31. They include a potential special session over the low walleye levels in one Minnesota lake, as well as a funky new jam from Prince’s corner.
Here are the four stories you need to know about for Wednesday, July 22. They include a Minnesota-trained expert heading out into space, and the beginning of “the best days of summer.”
Without any explanation, Prince has removed his music from services such as Spotify and Rdio.
As of now, no official word on why Prince has removed his music from Apple Music, Spotify and Rdio is available directly from the artist.
The month of June is known for more than the beginning of summer — nationally, it’s also African-American Music Appreciation Month.
Here’s a look at the four things you need to know for May 10, 2015.
The unrest in Baltimore has inspired Prince to write a new song. On Sunday at 8:00 p.m., he’s holding a “Rally for Peace” there to show his support, and he’s live streaming the audio of the concert for free.
From Prince announcing a Baltimore concert to new words added to the dictionary, here are the four stories to know for Wednesday, May 6.
Minnesota music icon, Prince, has announced he’ll play a major concert in Baltimore, Maryland. The event, called “Rally 4 Peace”, comes as racial tensions in that city continue to boil over after the death of Freddie Gray in police custody.
Prince has recorded a song that will address the recent riots in Baltimore after the death of 25-year-old Baltimore man Freddie Gray. According to Billboard, who spoke with a spokesperson for Prince, the track will be a “tribute to all people of the city of Baltimore.”
We have been having an incredible spring with so many opportunities to get outside and enjoy the weather. Minnesota’s bike share program — Nice Ride — continues to expand, offering up a chance for anyone to hit the many miles of trails our state has.
Judith Hill is used to false starts in her career. She was set to have a major platform as Michael Jackson’s backup singer for his “This Is It” comeback concerts when he died before they could begin; she was also a leading contender on NBC’s “The Voice” in 2013 before getting voted off before the finals.
What if Prince just surprised us all this Friday morning (March 13) with a brand new track? Well, don’t wonder, it happened.
A few Grammy nominees with Minnesota connections won golden gramophones on Sunday night, but the biggest Minnesota winner of all was presenter Prince, according to the reception on Twitter. Prince was on hand to present the album of the year award, which many expected to go to either Beyonce or Sam Smith.
Aretha Franklin, Barry Manilow, Jermaine Jackson. They’re all great performers and singers, and one local man has gotten to sing along side all of them. Robert Robinson also opened one of Prince’s birthdays and was a featured vocalist with pianist Lorie Line, but he never saw singing as a career.
The Piano Man is coming to Target Center next spring for his first show at the arena in 15 years. The announcement came Thursday morning after Target Center posted a photo to social media the previous night showing Times Square with a big sign reading “Happy 1999.”
Prince is still cooler than you: He’s the only person who can pull off wearing a shirt with his image — and look epic doing it.
In the spring, Prince, 56, finally gained what he had sought for more than two decades — control of his musical masters, and, in a larger sense, his musical legacy.
The state is apparently holding onto more than half billion dollars in unclaimed assets. And they’re not making a big effort to return that money.
Prince is releasing a new album on Sept. 30. The pop icon announced Monday that he would release “Art Official Age” on Warner Bros. Records, the label Prince was signed to from 1978 to the mid-1990s, but later battled for the rights to his music.
In Minnesota, there are ample opportunities to see some of the best singers perform. Check out these amazing musicians from the home team.