The Boot counts down the 10 funniest songs in Paisley’s illustrious (and often humorous) catalog.
There’s one thing Paisley definitely doesn’t do: shy away from tough topics.
And it will continue on as a shrine: Like Elvis Presley's Graceland, Paisley Park is now a museum open to the public, a showcase for guitars, clothing, notebooks of handwritten lyrics and more tangible proof that the "Purple Rain" singer once walked among us.
(Alas, all the real candles he favored have been replaced with fake candles, to recreate the mood but prevent the fire hazard.)A ticket covers parking and a 70-minute tour.
In today’s world, there are so many people living double lives: those online and those in normal everyday existence.
From the through the ' Purple Rain' room to his studio, click through the gallery to take a rare look at the palatial estate that is 100 percent Prince.
A four-day celebration of Prince's life kicked off Thursday at Paisley Park with a surprise performance by George Clinton and P-Funk, followed by more musical acts, panel discussions and other events.
The First Avenue club in Minneapolis, where Prince got his start and would often perform when he was in town, also threw a party, and the Minnesota History Center has a bunch of memorabilia on display, including his suit.
Indeed, one of his new song titles, “Let’s Go to Bed Early,” may have fresh meaning for Paisley after the series of punishing all-nighters he pulled as co-director to get the whole collection to Apple on time.
Then again, Paisley has long looked like he was having a little more fun making music videos than just about any of his country music contemporaries.