Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

People: Paisley Park Visitors Will See Prince's Studio and Mementoes

Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

People: Paisley Park Visitors Will See Prince's Studio and Mementoes

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Prince of a museum: Paisley Park visitors invited in

Handwritten notes from late pop music star Prince still sit in plain view in the control room of Studio A at Paisley Park, where he recorded some of his greatest hits and was working on a jazz album before his untimely death. The room is filled with his keyboards and guitars. The control panel bears his iconic symbol.

Those are some of the highlights visitors to Paisley Park will see when the 65,000-square-foot studio complex, where Prince died of an accidental overdose of painkillers in April, opens for its first public tours Thursday, NBC's "Today" show has reported.

What has become a Prince museum will open under a temporary permit. The Minneapolis suburb of Chanhassen delayed action on rezoning because of concerns about public safety and traffic. …

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