By Dee Lockett, The Vulture, April 21, 2017
Prince Rogers Nelson made a career and lifestyle out of being elusive, which only made our collective desire to know about his personal life even more frenzied. But being guarded also made Prince the source of a bottomless reservoir of tales of his mythology that has somehow yet to run dry. At last month’s SXSW, a few close collaborators of Prince’s reunited to celebrate his legacy at both a tribute concert and panel. Two members of Prince’s earliest bands, Grand Central and the Revolution, André Cymone and Dez Dickerson, were joined by Prince’s first manager Owen Husney to add to the Prince folklore in a conversation with Rolling Stone’s David Fricke.
Though initially cautious about betraying their friend’s trust by divulging more than he wanted fans to know, once the three got to reminiscing, the memorable anecdotes poured out. (Some…
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