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Paisley Park / Joe Levy / Spike Lee / Prince Stevie Nicks #1173128

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Apr 21, 2016
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The heavens provided a fitting backdrop for the news. Rain fell as word came that Prince had died today suddenly and unexpectedly at his home near Minneapolis. And soon the tributes poured in for one of the most popular recording artists of all time. Purple Rain alone sold more than 13 million copies. Quoting Prince Stevie Nicks tweeted This is what it sounds like when doves cry. Dean Reynolds begins our coverage. Music fans were drawn to the artists famous Paisley Park home and recording studio...
Reporter(s):
Dean Reynolds;Vladimir Duthiers
Duration:
00:05:59

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