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June 25th, 1984 an album was released that changed the landscape of music. That album is "Purple Rain" by Prince & The Revolution. "When Doves Cry" was released on May 16, 1984 and dominated radio becoming the song of the summer and giving "Purple
the greatest Prince story you have never heard (just in time to see Prince on Friday and Saturday at the Hard Rock Hotel). This story comes from Matt Doctor Fink, Prince's keyboardist from 1978 to 1990. Now Fink plays in The Purple Xperience, the
Harley chats about his recommended weight loss program, The Body Reset Diet . He clues us in to the resources you can use to not only start losing weight, but keep it off, including the Shaklee 180 nutrition program. Harley also explained what he's
Bobby Z., formerly of the Revolution, is having an all star line up for his MyPurpleHeart.Org charity organization tomorrow night at 1st Avenue in Minneapolis. Questlove will also be doing a special DJ set there Friday night. Bobby Z. for his
Head" and "Darling Nikki" and almost everything up until 1986...Bobby implemented a lot of digital drums and triggers on stage...Bobby thought Prince was The "Greatest Piano Player He Ever Heard" as soon as they met......He also spoke of how
Drfunkenberry and Seth Everett on Spreecast This Wednesday January 23rd at 10 P.M. Dakota Jazz Club Shows Last Week and take questions from the fans!...Bobby Z. & The American Heart Association present the 2nd Annual Benefit 2 Celebrate Life Event.
The NPG performing "Chapters & Verse" from the Dakota shows in Minneapolis! Be prepared for the funk and hopefully we will get more than this gem soon! Bobby Z. of the Revolution said that the Dakota will never be the same after these shows. Just
Jed Jacobsohn/ Getty Images In October 1981, 23-year-old Prince received an invitation to support the Rolling Stones at the Los Angeles Coliseum. Given that he wanted his own band to be "a black version of the Rolling Stones", this was quite the coup.
Bobby Z's nearly-fatal heart attack started in his elbows. "My heart attack wasn't a Hollywood-style moment where you grab your chest and fall over," Bobby Z, drummer for Prince & The Revolution, told me. "The symptoms can start in your jaw or ankle,"
Bobby Z /Star Tribune photo by Tom Wallace It was Valentine's Day and they had the balcony at the Dakota all to themselves during the Steeles performance. The three couples were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Z and Prince and his