Everybody knows 'Nothing Compares 2 U.' But there's at least one other great song hidden on the Family's 1986 debut album.
Changing his name to an intentionally unpronounceable symbol wasn't enough to free Prince from his record contract. So he threw his own funeral.
This was neither Prince's first nor last attempt at seducing somebody with his music. But this time out, he had absolutely no chance – and he knew it.
There were some hiccups on the first day of Lollapalooza 2017, but Cage the Elephant could have carried the day all by themselves.
Despite being the 77th track on a nine-song album that wasn't even released in America, the Force was strong with 'Laydown."
Prince may have made a sequel to his hit film 'Purple Rain,' but the first single from 'Graffiti Bridge' made it clear he had no plans to repeat himself musically.
Most bands would be daunted by the prospect of replacing the Revolution in Prince's life. Luckily, the New Power Generation were not most bands.
It can be tough to get your sound levels right in the opening moments of a festival show. Luckily, Prince had just the right song for the occasion.
'American Valhalla' director Andreas Neumann explains how a one-day photo shoot evolved into a year-long journey documenting Iggy Pop and Joshua Homme's 'Post Pop Depression.'
"Beginning Endlessly" was buried on a Prince album that wasn't even released in the United States. You should really track it down.