Prince wouldn’t let cameras in to his performances at the Dakota, so Local Current blogger Andrea Swensson did her own artist rendering of last night’s show.
Read her whole recap here. His last two shows are tonight.

Prince wouldn’t let cameras in to his performances at the Dakota, so Local Current blogger Andrea Swensson did her own artist rendering of last night’s show.

Read her whole recap here. His last two shows are tonight.

It’s not unusual for bands to request special drinks, food, or other accommodations be made available to them backstage while they are playing a show. But last night at First Avenue, Liars co-founder Aaron Hemphill made one big request: That a tattoo artist be sent backstage to tattoo Prince’s glyph on his finger before the show.
Read and see more pictures at the Local Current blog.
(Photo by Robyn Lewis)

It’s not unusual for bands to request special drinks, food, or other accommodations be made available to them backstage while they are playing a show. But last night at First Avenue, Liars co-founder Aaron Hemphill made one big request: That a tattoo artist be sent backstage to tattoo Prince’s glyph on his finger before the show.

Read and see more pictures at the Local Current blog.

(Photo by Robyn Lewis)

This weekend, The Revolution is reuniting to play a show at First Avenue. Drummer Bobby Z nearly died from a heart attack just over a year ago, and proceeds from the show will benefit the American Heart Association.
Minnesota Public Radio’s Jim Bickal spoke with Bobby Z and his former  bandmates, Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman, about the reunion, what  it was like playing in Prince’s band at the height of his popularity — and whether or not the Purple One himself will make an appearance Sunday night.
Click here to listen to the interview.
(Photo courtesy of JeffKatzPhotography.com)

This weekend, The Revolution is reuniting to play a show at First Avenue. Drummer Bobby Z nearly died from a heart attack just over a year ago, and proceeds from the show will benefit the American Heart Association.

Minnesota Public Radio’s Jim Bickal spoke with Bobby Z and his former bandmates, Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman, about the reunion, what it was like playing in Prince’s band at the height of his popularity — and whether or not the Purple One himself will make an appearance Sunday night.

Click here to listen to the interview.

(Photo courtesy of JeffKatzPhotography.com)