The new exhibit “Prince: Before the Rain” at the Minnesota History Center features the work of Beaulieu with images of the late icon from the late 1970s into the early 1980s charting his rise to superstardom.
Thirty-five years ago this month, Prince’s iconic ‘Purple Rain shocked Hollywood, delighted moviegoers and thrust Prince in mega-stardom – breaking barriers in the process.
Prince spent his entire career privately supporting causes that were near and dear to his heart.
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Prince fans can catch a glimpse inside the Purple One’s pre-stardom promotional materials, as the Minnesota Historical Society (MNHS) recently announced the acquisition of new items from his first manager, Owen Husney. The acquisition includes a 1977 press kit created by Husney’s advertising firm to promote Prince. Husney deliberately kept the design minimalist, wanting Prince’s […]
Through a structured program, MPS students will be offered admission-free tours and music education experiences, helping to equalize opportunity and access for students who may not otherwise have the ability to experience the late legend’s creative grounds.
With the support of the late musician’s estate, the A Wrinkle in Time director said the documentary will be made with extensive use of Prince’s archived recordings and other unreleased material that span the artist’s life.
Nearly thirty years later, it remains one of the most thrilling experiences of my entire life. Prince took us to church that night, as he did with everyone on that 44-city tour across three continents.
The late, legendary Prince will receive another posthumous honor: a Doctor of Humane Letters degree from the University of Minnesota. Prior to Prince’s passing, the U of M had planned to present the iconic entertainer with the honorary degree in recognition of his extraordinary talent and influence, as well as his role in shaping the […]
Prince’s request for an interview was still fresh on Robyne Robinson’s mind as she left Paisley Park that fateful day. It was not lost of her that no other local or national news anchor or reporter had been able to secure a sit-down television interview with the legendary entertainer.