You could go with a Mad Max aesthetic. Instead, why not ride out the end of the world in the very same bus that once transported Prince and the Revolution on 1984's Purple Rain tour? The 1983 Eagle Model 10 Motorcoach has mostly been in storage since the '80s and will be available for auction December 3rd – 5th. Bid well and you could soon be sitting in the very same seat that once held the most regal butt cheeks in Minneapolis music history.
Prince's home and studio Paisley Park, now a museum celebrating the purple one, is hosting a new exhibition of his fantastic custom shoe collection. From The Beautiful Collection exhibit description: "Vibrant colors. Intricate designs. Edgy elegance. Like everything else Prince touched, his custom shoes are expertly crafted and visionary works of art. Come see over… READ THE REST
The 2004 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony included a memorial performance to the then-recently-deceased George Harrison. An all-star line-up of musicians including Tom Petty and Steve Winwood performed the best Beatles' song ever, which was written by Harrison, who was objectively the best Beatle. Then, about halfway through the 6-minute performance, Prince… READ THE REST
2007 almost made me care about sports because that was the year that Prince played the Super Bowl. Though his crew was assured that it hadn't rained at the Super Bowl in 40 years and not to worry about it, lo and behold, they woke up on the morning of the game to a brutal… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Listen, long gone are the days of being able to fix everything just by plugging it back in again (otherwise we would have done that with the completely nuts country already).… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Spending habits getting out of hand? Sure, you absolutely needed 1,000 rolls of toilet paper not so long ago, but that opened the door to frivolous, mindless shopping you otherwise would… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. It's hard to remember a time before apps — and no, not the kind they serve at your favorite dinner joint. From banking to talking to friends to shopping for houses,… READ THE REST