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He bridged generations he's spanned genres but his name was singular I'm. Fitting given how he ruled the music world as singer songwriter producer killed. And unrivaled artists his career began young. Involved in dirt. He became an. MTV star. Semi autobiographical. Purple rain fall and spring can international stardom. The soundtracks sold 25 million copies. Prince was an innovator no album was the same he was an icon. Whose name became an icon. Now go back to using my name is to assemble I adopted as a means to free myself from off. Undesirable relationship. Prince Rogers Nelson died this morning it's Paisley park is legendary recording studio residents and performance base in suburban Minneapolis. He was 57. This is grant's death of a legend. It was discovered. And responsive this morning in the elevators Paisley park studios outside Minneapolis deputies from the harbor county sheriff's department and medical personnel tried to revive him without success. Prince was pronounced dead at 1007 AM central time the medical Examiner's office is still investigating the circumstances but police at the moment. Do not believe his death could be suspicious we're told there was no obvious sign of a crime and the death does not appear to be a suicide. President Obama said today the world lost a creative icon. Few artists the president said have influenced the sound and trajectory popular music more distinctly. We're not quite so many people with their talent. Good to have you with us. And Aaron pitchers here and we're gathering tonight to remember this pioneering music legend to. Went to school. He was still making music in scoring and writing his death stunned. Tearful fans have congregated outside Paisley park in ABC's Brian Carl is among my good evening. City yes there you hear the word here in Minneapolis city and in the old area in general elect. You know what we're instruments that immunity was still in great performances. You cannot vote in and out there that we it is that. On the people here really respected and they love it if you look on and radio gear in the Minneapolis area or not does it matter if Asian. Alt rock station. And AM ought agent is a great agent and I. Every one call yen you know with various story out trick here many of them cry your. They're a predictor that it happens a lot of people gathering right now outside the studio like you mentioned it. Purple heart. On the parents outside the studio. Where prince. Earlier today. And but at that speed is weather wise you regretted it the next. We'll look at sunshine. And a little bit arrange all ironic all the symbolism. Whatever it will buy on and in the sun belt that you are worthless. Perhaps a fitting tribute even in the weather ABC's Brian borrow in Minneapolis or outside Minneapolis a Paisley park. The biggest names in music were just as shocked as princes fans who are gathering where Ryan is. Aretha Franklin spoke to ABC's Tommie Thomas. What do you think it was about his music or his style that really made him transcend both race and the music he was performing. I think it was just his originality. And. That transcendent. And went straight across the board. Looked just one of those things PD less didn't dispute arm artist. And the many of our. That's up to him as they music channel land singer and writer as Ellen producer. I know you know this song writing is so difficult and so few can do it so well. And get prince wrote hit after hit and he wrote so many songs still. That have not been released what does that tell you as an artist about prince at that food could write and produce so much yeah. Actually looked unnatural and it was an eight and down even remotely. But how hot kind of artist that's. I have lived in the studio you know what I'm spending ET loud music and he loved it so much that. He lived in the studio all almost what 24 sevenths. Are there any prince songs that when you listen to they just make you wanna dance. Well at any time Yankee captain to beat you wanted to get up and move but I especially like little rant caught a bit lower than us. Aretha Franklin's favorite Princeton before the end of our conversation with the ABC news on the ominous. After what may today some said. I walked out of the hotel and these Zelman and that's me and I heard about grandpa had heard about current. He can get us transparent that day and they would just come Cologne supposedly old globe. What a terrible thing to hear this case he's gone completely apolitical and forever. Everything correct and remembering prince as so many arts tonight. Including those who worked on his unique creative process here's ABC's Linda Lopez. Thanks Aaron Owen Hosni as a musician artist manager and concert promoter and he was prince's first manager. And he joins us now on thanks so much for joining us my first question what are your thoughts today when you first heard that prince who passed away. Well the same as my partner now and they're shocked and devastated. I got a call from them in the year olds television station. In about 7:30 this morning. And they say that do I have any response to the fact that they found the body. Paisley park Chan nice it will obviously somebody a lot this couple in or something happens you don't need to call me. And they said what we're carrier person that's Princeton. I just. I just broke out indicators. Are cheered even. I can't I still cannot even compute this yet what was he like in those early days. Brilliant not own brilliance. But he was driven and focused he would not fool right now I never during the time I saw. Maybe civil war in note you know I'll call. He was securely. Focus on his craft and what you wanted to air and but I noticed about him was a high very very high IQ. It's off the scale I know that prince has saying that there's ball that they are that will be released for years to com. And that should we will be unpacking and seeing. Saying the music we that he has done. Or call another generation at least. You know it he might have been seriously ill lately. I had heard rumors and I know that this thing happened on the plane last week Georgia. And I knew that he was talking about doing them on war which spent announced and that he he had. Hire someone. Eight we are to be entered into a tourist attraction like Graceland. I talked a couple of band members last week and that it doesn't add up because memoirs and Graceland or posthumous. Kinds of things are done. They're not think you do it and I heard some rumors. In and I am not gonna talk about them because I have no idea factual not I'm sure it's gonna come out. Maybe maybe not but it's. It's sad what difference does it make now we lost. Somebody who. Was an American icon and I don't relate to or not. Just somebody who gave it. 190000%. Of themselves to make people happy. Alan husband thank you so much for joining us Aaron. ABC's Linda Lopez with Owen Hosni what do prince's first managers were joined here this evening by five senior editor keep European Keith how are you remembering prints. As a musical giant as some warn. That if artists critics. Defiance tears. And by reason. So many things that he did you look back on and say you gotta be kidding me. We're gonna take a look at some of those things as we go on through the night with Keith we'll have our entertainment editor Andrea interest bill what does all night and much more to come about. How prince influence music. Well beyond his own albums stay with us and Aaron pitchers keep their listening to a live coverage. Prince death of a legend from ABC news. This ABC news special prince death of a legend continues after this. 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You don't so what podcast rock band to make dance music was loud guitarists are right poetic lyrics over. Irresistible grooves. He really was just the person who brought together so many different forces. Totally different directions and pop music can really make it into something very very new. But he was without controversy certainly wanting to differentiated prince with a very overt sexuality. I really strong erotic component life and lots of explosives. Lyrics are subject matter later in his life embraced these became a very active job as witnessed what was fascinating about franchise with that for. So many of his predecessors for Al Green from Marvin Gaye there was this real tension between sexuality spirituality. And I think with prince they were all part of the same thing he embraced all of those sides of himself. He also embraced in some ways an entirely new identity in 1993 when he changed his name to a symbol. I'm happy with the way his music was being distributed and Alan and that way he seemed to be ahead of his time. It was at least trying to draw attention to what they're away. To get out of those conventional contracts to think about different ways to make release music. In some ways it it kind of made it into a punchline for a while that. You know people really didn't understand it and handed me he never you know fully trusted never fully recovered from that its subways but. You know that there's no denying that a lot of the issues that he was. Bringing up and and things that you bring attention to heart things that have become very. Significant talking about who controlled ownership. Recording masters talking about how music is released and distributed I mean that's those are the things now that are front and center for the industry. And even if he did it in a way that was sort of you know. Got a lot of attention it looks kind of ridiculous that the time. There's kind of no arguing that he was out in front some the biggest questions that we now face. I was struck by the marquis today at Harlem's famed Apollo Theater the message to remember and said nothing compares to use the song we associate with senator O'Connor but written by prints and Allen he wrote for in May be more importantly influenced many. There's no I mean there is there there's nobody was making RB or urban music it is aftermath to wasn't affected by prince whether it was. Alicia Keys or outcast you know or even back through fighters would mean his material was covered. By so many different acts but more than that he is. You know is that the bravery of his music. This fusion of different cells that they have in Iraq general found within that urban Hong context. Yeah there was the impact of Michael Jackson had a lot of these performers but there was a different edge. And the different impact. That prince has had on. You know really on all the music that they'll pop music mates and his breakthrough. Alan Light music journalist and the author of let's go crazy the recent biography of prince in the making of purple rain and and prince really could hit the highest offset other. Deepest baritone but it's the voice that he gave to other artists that helped set him apart here's ABC Scott Goldberg. Errant let's start with an artist who like prince rose to fame in the 1980s thanks mostly to this song. Sinead O'Connor of course performing nothing compares to use written by prince the giveaway might be dispelling the song's title with that number two and later you. Kind of prince. The son turned out to be a comet is only number one hit and there are some who would argue she performed it well but nothing really compares to the way prince did. This has kind of become a classic example of print making it hit for someone else. Not as many people realize he did it for the Bengals to. Manic Monday with the mangled breakthrough in 1986. Again written by prince but this time he used the pseudonym Christopher. Couple years before that there was this one for shock con. And there was some artists who've never had it yet but prince tried like Kmart. I'm one of the few who can say Izod came are alive because when I lived in Minneapolis were spread quickly one night there was a show one of the big feeders a billboard came out of nowhere saying tonight. Kmart with special guest. France. He showed up just to do backup vocal and play guitar and tame our pack the house I'm Daryn. ABC's Scott Goldberg on the influence of friends far beyond his own catalog and he was still making music at the time of his death today at age 57 ABC's entertainment editors and be addressed in the slimmest. They're all good songs they wrote. I mean there were there are many others for example. There's a science and you've offers great throughout she's selling usual that prince wrote he Covert stand back this huge hit to Stevie Nicks had in the eighties a lot of people didn't know that. But yet he was. It's very funny I mean you know his own music spent so many different genres. And that is is very evident in the fact that all of these other people recorded his seventh fray by MC hammer he wrote that in. You remember the bird by that time of one of his sort of prodigy groups he he wrote that song as well. We're also joined here tonight iPod senior editor Q are you listen to it through not only is it. It's just all good. Idea. Asked the greatness of France's that he too sneaky artist he's a guy that you never see common. He's a guy that oh yeah I plead the keyboard and stand back. You know Hulu that. Who knew that he was gonna get purple rain that you wrote was we wrote purple rain for Stevie Nicks and Stevie Nicks is back Larry we know what to do to some really. It's just so overwhelming prince to compact can. The rest is history. Yeah I mean you know that's funny and everybody's juices to think of purple rain is being. This is intent auto biographical song because it was part of the purple rain movie and the album in the movie especially was recently for instance Torrey. It's very shocking to me you say that he was gonna give it to Stevie Nicks is such a personal thought there. Yeah its relationship with female artists. It's very strong. He seems to really connect with female artists from vanity just lost to him. Or he. You just heard her talking. And he should Keyes who covered. How come you call me in the war Chile is sure he of course it prodigies one provision and that's that's that's proteges. I'm even through mound you know he's switching to their Monet. You know he was our he championed. Young art that's the great thing about it start and I'm lived in his own greatness he wanted to give back. What they are so generous because she just as easily could have shut himself in in Minneapolis and said I'm doing my own thing. You know how they call me basketball player gym rat he's a studio rat. This is a guy. That was a pop star by accident. He's not do them one of the few pops. Prince would have been very very cool which is clinging to clear out some rooms and there's video can catch it from. Going in some stage where a regular house band playing consistently would you go rent a house been guarding stars right becomes on stage plays guitar. The best. Five minutes of these people's lives that could have. But but he did have. A bit of showmanship there or did anything dazzle quite like is Super Bowl halftime show. Yeah I mean that is it is amazing. That the that we restore you're speaking about his earlier today that he keyed into the Super Bowl halftime show during that time the NFL is trying to pick. Safer artist's older artists is the and then they go and pick friends and this is the guy who you know. Started the business needs to clear controversy in the eighties that the guy the guy whose videos were so shocking in the eighties and he was the safe choice but of course he I get a little bit of controversy with that it's part of his it very. And Isaiah was a phallic symbol but you know I think they've been disappointed if difference hadn't had at least done something at least his. You know his pants covered up is but that's times last. For all the ways he found religion he did manage to stay true to that original. Prints that thirty minutes and and and controversy that still clung to him throughout his career prince. Died today at 57. And Beatrice sales the entertainment editor here at ABC news and keep Murphy five senior editor. And Aaron teachers keep we have much more on the life print. And reduce the BC news special screams death of a legend continues after this. 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Medical care and an education to make a difference in the life of the child good SOS dash USA dot org. We're listening to a special presentation from BBC news. Prince death of election. Once again here's correspondent Aaron Cook her skin we just heard from prince's sister who thanked fans that showed up at Paisley park outside Minneapolis to mourn his death. She emerged from the compound to look at all the flowers and candles and mementos that fans have left in tribute to. Spears was found unresponsive in the elevator that he took from his studio to his residence paramedics tried for more than twenty minutes to revive him the prince was pronounced dead at 1007 AM central time the cause is now under investigation. We fans. Music legends are also warning Princeton ABC's Michelle Frandsen spoke to one of the many artists that prince influences. Aaron Mason Boris is one of the founding members of boys to men a group that is known for such. Harmonies and songs over the decades has Nathan who gives us an idea I noticed it something that she tweeted about on social media about France. How would you describe what impact he's had on you and the music world. Well for us he's been. Cornerstone. Of our music. Harmonies and things he did not just lose. Instruments. Locals a lot of people aren't really get prints credit. You know it's harmonies solves. Things that we really really looked up to actually called couple pieces from some songs we actually are very successful so. I mean very very intricate part of what's. All right when you take us back give us an idea of what influenced you the most when it came to prince and his impact on you. Well the fact that he was different. Fact that he was. These issues you know we went to ask critical and are so you know we learned a lot about you know be true martyrs. There are a lot of performers. I agree Paul. You know today we probably lost one degrees in a musician. Artists part time team to beat one person that you do all he really went. Mainstream obviously in 1982. With his album give us an idea what songs you remember off of that 1999. Well obviously 1990 now. And it's funny because you know when this call was made you know Lewis she's back it was it will what's happening. Right object or. Our countries are so it's almost like he came out record. We have kids Kuwait in 1999 who was so important it is and. Poser he was obviously a writer and a performer that most of the mainstream known about him but in the music industry give us an idea of what artists he touched in terms of may be composing melodies or helping propel their careers. Well I mean did it almost honesty to rumors and there are many people and businesses that would not say how would he sound without listen to a prince record or. You know going one of those concerts or this is one of us know he's won a lot mean virtually impossible so many so many artists. Nathan what about any influences on boys to men musically speaking commitments and threats difference throughout. Oh without a doubt I mean I tell you one personally I mean. This to our song thank you know this musical breakdown and at that. We actually took it from. Prince's song seven. He sees a vocal group down that. It's funny we we told him about that time you know he's one of those guys. Influences all. People. Take apart this column put you know he put his songs out there everybody and you. Or Nathan Morris. Founder of the all boys group Boyz II Men which you know remembers well thank you so much for joining the person that you this about France's. Aaron ABC's Michelle Franzen. And the opportunity to play despite his great. Play there. You heard yourself talking to one of the many recording artists remembering it's just like so many of us outside the industry who just appreciated the genius. I kind of today would actor comedian the only utility and asked him how he's remembering president you know the first dollars up for us is that a the film festival that was in Los and I thought this case came of these fun group. Lately he didn't hear it also in the next time I'd seen for years. Until the day he had a show in Vegas. You know I and I saw him again and I went wild on an armistice in his Youth League. It is I'm not somebody to you what that does. Outweigh. He was so spectacular that it I think from that point on I've seen in fifteen. I mean he had this guy where it is. With a particular costume right but I'd deep thinker and a deep lyricist well you know it's funny I think it sort what we always say it's artsy this idea that magnify your perspective. And I think that he eat the best practices that. Everybody has for adamantly. And you start lining is that what could have been because that's who they let it. Prince with a guy who look at things so differently that instead have them line of the wings. And I remember even those with dusty purple. Like pretty frantic close that nobody can Wear like he had a thing is that nobody even on that how windy. It was it was it was a made. He did anybody else to compared to a disease standalone I think he does I think he's he is and I think. I just I read them down my truth is that apparently he's he's been so much music that he could make album for the next in twenty. Com and I think just the way. He possesses a step in the marketplace that they didn't did I mean he now than that Toulouse is a piano and an eighth inning. Microphone three is the way over what to use the word to. He built without him he would now that you play in the next days. They and announce the beginning to morsels. So this kid I've ever for a month he played at the form every day who could fill out the form every day but when he piloted. He did to I never see. Anybody like him and I and I think that there is no. Like we knew where Michael Jackson. We knew we hear that wouldn't. I just can't things with them. He's not easily imitated and that it is the only good that matter like out of that earlier today. And we're joined here by ABC news entertainment editor and it does dale and five senior editor Keith Murphy. He mentioned Michael Jackson. And there was often a comparison. Between the two especially in the eighties when these two were at the pinnacle of their careers. They would yen. Yeah. I get piece called you Michael Jackson whose prints or history of five years ago. And historians. And teachers that keeps. Each warrant wondered what the other had. Prince kind of warn it. These super super stardom sometimes write and might wanted to be taken seriously some. There's this great story of Michael Jackson's. Which Eddie Murphy. And their film and video on any stance are really wanna work with Princeton these great artists in my expertise and he's a true genius and and in about five seconds later and said I'm better. And prince would do the same thing. Yeah I mean when you think about artists ruling the eighties there's Michael Jackson and there was prince and Michael Jackson might have been person who kind of broke through on MTV broke the color barrier. What prince on MTV was a whole other thing I mean when we saw him we didn't know it he was a man or woman who is black or white. But and that things that he was wearing I mean it was in Spain but it's like that and and to see those images beamed into. Households across the country and we are really and it really helped to bring. White and black music fans together. Because he was so adept at mixing. You play guitar which is not really at that point. A big instrument in black music it was known as the white thing but he mix that with with funk and with R&B and pop and he just. Created this blended really I think. Equally appealed to black and white he's a fan. Would you agree yeah that the greatness of Franciscans everything he wanted to. I didn't want him to be Iraq's top cat he wanted to do blues and checked with the Broward deer checked with T. The person that she did not want her parents knowing that you missed. And hit prints out. Got dirty mark covered birds aren't out of content. Is he didn't he's got a thrashers. Trench coat be heated and strong guy he's looking that you like iron a little. And apparently. That's what Iraq stuff. And and also I feel like especially in the image conscious eighties I mean he could be loved it. Girls and boys could crush on him you know he had that androgynous appeal. Andrea just go deeper at faith Murphy from vibe I'm Aaron guitarist Steve we're remembering prince who died at age 57. 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Well I impartially shocked the highly rated term life insurance companies we represent. And sound ray who is 41 and takes medication to control his cholesterol a ten year 500000 dollar policy. For under 26 dollars a month. That's almost twice the coverage for less than half of what he had paid to select quote hasn't shop for your life insurance you're probably paying too much. For your frequent call 1806134810. 806134810. 1806134810. Or go to select a dot com we show you sing if he can't think it will cause he's not going to concentrate your record and a healthy company and the Pakistani. Estimates it's Lisa gee here hey I think you're all beautiful I love being nice and I'll bet a lot of you out the air have acne. 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SOS children's villages of the world's largest nonprofit. For orphaned and abandoned children in 134. Countries including the US SOS children's villages provides vulnerable children with the loving and stable family medical care and an education. To make a difference in the life of the child good SOS dash USA dot org. You listen to a special presentation from BBC news. Brings death of election. Once again here's correspondent Aaron can trustees prince appeared before an intimate gathering of fans just this past Saturday. Anyplace what ended up being his final show in Atlanta just a couple of days before that. Melissa rouge area the music critic for the Atlanta journal constitution was at that show and Melissa I can't imagine it ever crossed your mind. That concert. Would be his last. I did not. We never would have imagined it it's really hard to believe that exactly a week ago I would bet that concert and now we get the news today that principle. How's this. The show all the amazing and even though. The asylum the show with his and a microphone torso with a prince onstage at the piano and handle that on her. It was a it was so great to be in an intimate environment with him at the fox theater and it. He was doing very stripped versions of this song he was taking conflict of the red Corvette combining them with the team that's been violently on in. And going back deep into its catalog and pulling out stuff from new 2001 album that you might not expect to hear something from her doing nothing prepares you which everyone knows that it O'Connor at an obviously. Prince's song and he sounded great his voice was in perfect form and the ranges is it was a stunning that note that he was able to hit. He did absolutely believed when he spoke and I mention that my review that maybe they were the remnants of what you've been dealing with the flew the week before but. There was absolutely no indication that there are some severely wrong with him. It sounds as if he was almost playful believe described the show. He what you know he. He didn't talk a whole lot but he would get up after picking songs and make a lap around the stage around the piano and go toward the front of the stage and waved to fans that. And you know he talked a little bit about his dad teaching him about funk music in when you first start to play the piano so there were those glimpses into. You know princes prince the very private guy which. I think most people they really appreciate it usually when you go to Oprah show with a huge spectacle and he's running around this state in this with a much quieter environment. But it was really such a all right and obviously now all the way people. Are gonna feel that they were in attendance there it's indeed a special weapon on the way out. You were able to get a copy of his hit and run out of the CD they're actually getting out copies of an actual CD. And I know that I'm gonna cherish my copy of it I'm sure what else he was there is going to be the same. Melissa best moment that's song for you probably. Pop place. It's so it's been a favorite song of mine and the way he performs it he released ripped it down and it was just a cool way furious and then. Because it did a double shot of I would die for you baby it was are and that's when he really up for the children come out and getting getting to that back glimpse of his performance capability and he sounded so good on everything that's really what equipment. Melissa rouge area was at what ended up being prince's last concert in Atlanta just a week ago. And prince has died at the age of 57 he could play guitar like Jimi Hendrix he could sing like James Brown could lay down groups like sly and the family stone but there is no mistaking the sound. A prince. Remembering his life mourning his death. And we have much more to come. Where it is there's a rainbow over his studio now outside Minneapolis I'm Aaron pitcher Steve you're listening to live coverage from ABC news. This NBC news special prince death of a legend continues after this. It's Lisa G year hey I think you're all beautiful I love you guys and I'll bet a lot of you out the air have acne. I feel your pain it's embarrassing and you're thinking how on earth can I get rid of it right one word pro active I'm telling you prescription grade proactive heals your acne and even prevent future break out how great is that there's a reason why so many celebrities used proactive. Their faces are their money it's time to get it because proactive has set up a special dedicated 800 number for my listeners so get ready to punch that number into your phone pole Allred you have to it here's the deal 1995 gets you proactive plus a rotating. 45 dollars and it's yours free so is a shipping for only 1995. 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So good in the morning with the ABC's Good Morning America good morning. Good Morning America. Listening to a special presentation from BBC news. Prince death of election. Once again here's correspondent Aaron can Turks can do his space the words still shocked prince has died. It happened this morning it is compound outside Minneapolis were ABC's Matt wolf tells us fans are in morning. Prince was many things just bands and legend innovator TrailBlazer today they gathered outside of Paisley park the suburban Minneapolis home and studio prints to mourn the passing of one of the twentieth century's most influential artists have them. Very young kid. I always wanted to move to Minnesota live in Minnesota and and it was partly because of friends. Dwight it was that kind of personal impact that made him a lifelong fan of prince his career spanned nearly forty studio albums and countless amount of concerts but here Paisley park it was not only the site preferences work. But also the scene of many late night intimate shows put on by prints and for Dwight it was something very special. No we would get inside we wait and risk maybe come out do wonders and signs up we've waited a couple hours but that was dead that's how we needed it was great for local fans friends was the north star state. Because they've Minnesota. First things you makeovers and bring. Outside Huff Minneapolis DJ and announcer for the Minnesota lynx women's NBA team and simply putt putt thinks prince's music defines his. Our generation it's our aero. The makeshift memorial continues to grow outside of Paisley park where in the coming days will no doubt see plenty of celebrations of prince's life and work. But for this man who asked not to be identified and this was their prints who helped put menace. Go to on the map that Minnesota us now face a well known war. A lot of people identified with a gunfight with artists that person. And just made it through musician Aaron. Scott Wolf. But some of the fans of prince who are remembering him he died at age 57. And I wanna get some final thoughts from our entertainment editor Andrea drysdale and five senior editor Keith Murphy. This is someone who's. Changed he's a bit of a chameleon and in this life. Yeah I mean when you think about the guys on the cover of the dirty mind album queries you know these half naked. He's he's recording songs that are you know we would make anyone blush. And then in later years he became a very spiritual guide he became a very devout jehovah's witness. And he remove those sort of more dirty things from the music and then in recent years he seems to have found a social content. Yeah I mean Carol we wrote socially conscious songs like these over the last file procession through it is he's kind of got a little bit more militants and kind of got. Looking more in your face. A free thirty degree murder. He decided how to write a song about it called hawks. Ole miss to a concert and give them into it. A sellout replace the fired minister holds 151000 people to bomb and continue to can be. It's incredible. These changes him. He refused to senior editor at five Andrea there's bills. The ABC news entertainment editor. Princess dazzling dazzling talented singer songwriter and guitarist died at his home after a career of creating ended gender and genre defying blend of rock. Funk and soul. I'm Aaron pitchers get. You've been listening to a special presentation from ABC news.

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