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Minneapolis, Minnesota / Music #314077

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 29, 1987
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(Minneapolis, Minnesota: Frank Currier) Tahoe Skelton shown playing drums in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Betsy McComer, whose stage name is "Lulu," shown mixing first album. Aspiring musicians noted going to Minnesota to launch careers. [Songwriter/Producer Jimmy JAM - talks about going to Minnesota.] Prince noted from Minneapolis, Minnesota; scenes shown. ["LULU" - loves Minneapolis, Minnesota.] [Producer Don POWELL - says in winter there's nothing else to do.] [SKELTON - likes being unique.] [Music critic Jon BREAM - says talent has always been here.] Scenes shown of musicians practicing.

Currier, Frank

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