Prince put on a quite a show at his Paisley Park Studios in Chanhassen on Saturday night, to hear the reviews from fans outside afterward. The concertgoers said that Prince took to the stage for about two hours and played songs that weren’t necessarily limited to greatest hits.
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“Purple Rain” solidified Prince’s status as one of the greats. Like many Prince fans, Jesse McMonagle remembers where he was when he saw Prince’s cinematic debut. “I snuck into ‘Purple Rain’ when I was in fourth grade,” McMonagle said. And when tickets went on sale for a St. Paul stop on his “Live Out Loud Tour,” McMonagle bought ten tickets at $289 each
Star Tribune music critic Jon Bream recently interviewed Prince. He gives Chad some insight into that conversation.
Didn’t get a chance to see his super intimate performance at the Dakota Jazz Club this year? No worries. You have another chance.
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Hot off the heels of Prince’s multi-evening stand at the Dakota Jazz Club, and fresh from the announcement that Prince will be honored with the Billboard Music Awards Icon Award, Prince now has a new website and a new song.
Prince announced another show for fans in downtown Minneapolis at the Dakota Jazz Club
Prince will be honored with an Icon Award during the 2013 Billboard Music Awards.
Minnesota native Prince was back jamming in Minneapolis Wednesday night.
If you want to catch an intimate and informal concert with Prince at the Dakota this week, it’s going to cost you more than 200 balloons. Closer to $200, actually.
Minnesota’s music tradition ranks right up there with places like New York and Los Angeles.