The estate’s archivist has discovered enough unreleased music to release a new album every year for the next century.
Prince had previously banned alcohol, meat, and cellphones from his property.
Inside Paisley Park, archivists have discovered thousands of costumes, shoes, notebooks, guitars, and more.
April festivities to feature live music, panels, and guided tours.
Public tours begin this Friday at the musician’s iconic compound.
Even in his death, the High Priest of Pop will call the expansive compound home.
The TODAY Show offers an early peak inside the converted museum.
“Everywhere I turn it’s, ‘Holy crap.'”
Featuring Stevie Wonder, Christina Aguilera, Chaka Khan, and John Mayer, along with the Purple One’s most frequent collaborators.
65,000-square-foot compound to open its doors to the masses, just as The Purple One wanted.
The 60,000 square foot home residence, recording studio, and concert venue is worth $7 million.
Rare footage from The Purple One’s 2014 record release show.