A night with Prince: 'This is real time'

  • Article by: Jon Bream , Star Tribune
  • Updated: May 19, 2013 - 9:49 AM

After decades of silence, the Minnesota rocker opens up: “This is real time.”

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thirdeyeboyMay. 19, 13 6:22 AM

After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music. - Aldous Huxley

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BisonMay. 19, 13 9:06 AM

I have always enjoyed Jon’s concert reviews and especially his interviews with musicians. Having Jon’s background following the music scene since the 70s brings a diverse perspective and creditability to his articles. Prince is obviously one of Jon’s favorite musician and a person that he holds great admiration for. It is nice to know that Prince respects Jon and wanted him to interview the band and document the positive energy that radiates from the group. I am excited to hear the new music and see the show at the Myth next week. This is one of the coolest music interviews I have read in years!!

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guth54May. 19, 1312:06 PM

Mary Tyler Moore stands on 8th and Nicollet and throws her hat in the air and we talk about it for 40 years. Prince has a couple hit songs 30 years ago and has been idolized by the Strib ever since.

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thebest123May. 20, 13 9:41 AM

WONDERFUL Article - LOVED IT! Although, when Media Shy PRINCE flies reporters from StarTribune and St. Paul Paper to review concert/interview him in Denver; Myth's $259 show sells must s-l-o-w!!!

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JimmahMay. 20, 13 6:31 PM

Congrats Jon, must have been great fun. His Billboard awards performance last night was amazing, i wish the Myth wasn't $250.

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sotrueMay. 22, 13 9:51 AM

No doubt Prince is a wealthy, hard working and talented musician. But he is empty. If his life is so awesome and desirable, why can't he do a simple thing like stay married (2 divorces). I submit that life is not made up of the weird and wacky entertainment bizzarobusiness....but the feet in the grass, simple trust in relationships, truth, real love (not sexicrazimadness)...and on all of these accounts the purple one has struck out. I know first hand about some of his accomplishments - having worked at Paisley...but isn't real life more important than entertainment?

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