Music: Prince Added to Coachella Lineup

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mojo-photo-princecoach.jpgI was just telling people that I bet Goldenvoice would add another high-profile artist, and look at me, I’m so smart! All those commenters are so wrong! Although I had no idea the new addition would be Prince, the Great Horny Devil of the Super Bowl himself. Apparently the randy Minnesotan will be the headliner on Saturday, the second of the festival’s three nights; this puts the kibosh on my whole “leave early before Jack Johnson and hang around in the hot tub” plans, since if Prince’s performance is anything like that blazing Super Bowl appearance, I don’t want to miss it.

Now if they could just sneak Radiohead in on Friday night…

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