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First Avenue, Sound 80, and Prince’s childhood home may receive National Register of Historic Places consideration

by Lydia Moran · April 5, 2019


Paisley Park may be the most widely recognized brick-and-mortar locus of Prince Rogers Nelson’s half-century spent creating and producing in Minnesota; until quite recently, little was done to recognize or even protect the other homes, studios, and venues where the artist spent many years honing his sound, recording some of his best-known work, and playing for the communities that helped shape him as a musician and man.


Within the past couple years, new information has surfaced on where Prince spent significant portions of his formative and early productive years — including many locations on the Northside of Minneapolis — and there are new efforts to preserve these sites on both the national and local levels.




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