As one watches Salero, it’s often difficult to imagine why anyone would want to disturb such a pristine and serene landscape
Amid longstanding speculation that Prince died of an overdose, last week, toxicology results confirmed that Prince tragically died from an accidental overdose of fentanyl. He is now one of nearly 19,000 Americans who die from opioid-based medication each year.
The nation is simultaneously in the midst of a chronic pain epidemic and an opioid epidemic.
A tribute to an icon is no easy feat for any artist. The goal of a tribute is to show admiration and gratitude for life and legacy in addition to creating a moment that touches the hearts of the audience.
Brown RadicalAss Burlesque is bringing the 1984 album back to the stage, from start to finish.
When I heard Prince's first album, For You, I was a chubby 12-year-old girl with thick thighs, an ample rear and a dirty mind.
Albert Magnoli was the director, screenwriter, and editor of the 1984 hit movie, "Purple Rain," that launched Prince into super-stardom. In tribute to Prince, Albert agreed to share some of his memories of that special experience.
Reports also said Prince had a dangerously low red blood cell count.
So, awaiting final toxicology, it has now been reported in the New York Times that Prince was toxic. I can relate. I was toxic too.
It wasn't until Prince's death, as I relived his music's impact at various times in my life, that I placed that night in the midst of those dark months of bullying and hopelessness.