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Prince's Revolution reunites for heart health benefit

Prince's band -- minus Prince -- is reuniting for a benefit concert for heart health on Sunday at First Avenue in Minneapolis. MPR says the show is the brainchild of former Prince drummer Bobby Z, who nearly died of a heart attack just over a year ago. Money raised will go to the American Heart Association. Check out MPR's interview with Bobby and some former bandmates.
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Prince's band -- minus Prince -- is reuniting for a benefit concert for heart health on Sunday at First Avenue in Minneapolis. MPR says the show is the brainchild of former Prince drummer Bobby Z, who nearly died of a heart attack just over a year ago. Money raised will go to the American Heart Association.

Minnesota Public Radio talks with Bobby Z and some former bandmates:

Read more at MPR.

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