Update: Prince Launches Vegas Nightclub

As previously reported, Pop/R&B musician Prince has officially launched the 3121 club, named after his recent album, at the Rio Hotel in Las Vegas. The purple rain singer is set to entertain tourist and music lovers twice per week for an indefinite time period. A man of few words, Prince tells reporters he ?likes Vegas.? The singer did appoint one of his backup singers to except interview questions on his behalf. “He wants to bring raw, live music back to Las Vegas. He wants a more positive vibe,” Maya Mcclean, one of the Twinz, told Reuters. The intimate 3121 club, which is solely under Prince?s control, is decked in purple and seats 900. The regular Friday and Saturday night shows start on Nov. 10; tickets are $125 and are already sold out for the first weekend. “This is his vision. This is his room. This is his club,” said John Meglen, president of AEG Live, which is backing the venture. Prince is expected to stay in Vegas for several months, or, as Maya Mcclean said, “until he figures out what he wants to do next.”


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