A long time ago I acquired a bunch of original black and white negatives. After some thorough investigation one of the strips appeared to be photos from Prince & The Revolution Parade Tour show on August 22, 1986 in Stockholm.
After a year in Prince's band New Power Generation, new motherhood and a following hiatus rad. returns with a new album named "East Babe" and currently a European Tour.
But with much thanks to our fellow Housequake member Juize, we can now present an exclusive interview with Rad.
They say Justin Timberlake is bringing sexy back. He's got moves that make the girls scream. Well, back in the day, the subject of this interview had moves that could make both boys and girls scream. She is perhaps best known for her work with Prince in the late 1980s and she appeared in several videos and the concert film Sign 'O' the Times... Purring yet? I'm talking, of course, about Ms. Cat...
Harlan V. Austin has 20 years of field experience as a Close Protection Operative/Bodyguard, seven years of which he served as Director of Security Services for Paisley Park Productions.
Foremost in his duties was assuring the safety and welfare of the musical artist Prince, as well as various celebrities with whom Prince collaborated or associated with...
I first saw his name appear in the credits for the “Parade” album, and since then, he’s collaborated with Prince throughout his career, contributing string arrangements and orchesta work to tracks like “Pink Cashmere”, “The One”, “Goodbye”, “Strays of the World” and most recently, "Te Amo Corazon” from 3121.
Gary Brandt: I recorded the entire Prince album. Mixed elsewhere. (I had another album to do and Prince never committed to more than a month with me). Everything we cut was used on his album. He did his demos at his home in Minneapolis and I never heard them.