MPLS Sound

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The ultimate love letter to the funky pop-rock sound that made the artist formerly known as Prince a legend. When Prince burst onto the music scene in 1978, he put Minneapolis on the map. Consequently, many up and coming acts followed the trail that he blazed. This is the story of Starchild, a group that almost made it to stardom in 1983, led by a young woman whose desire to change the world through her music ignited a revolution. Through Starchild’s journey, MPLS Sound chronicles, from a distance, the rise of a musical genius, and the rebirth of a city.
 

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Contents

Section 1
13
Section 2
14
Section 3
15
Section 4
22
Section 5
51
Section 6
62
Section 7
65
Section 8
101
Section 9
105
Section 10
106
Section 11
113
Section 12
114
Section 13
121
Section 14
123
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Joseph Illidge is a publishing executive, editorial director, creative showrunner, writer, and public speaker. His career in the publishing and media industries includes groundbreaking work for DC Entertainment, Heavy Metal, Valiant Entertainment, and various companies dedicated to storytelling narratives and their creators.

Hannibal Tabu is a son, brother, husband, uncle, father and friend. He lives in southern Los Angeles with his wife and two daughters. He's a professional writer, editor, project manager and web producer, working with companies as varied as AOL, Quicken.com, Toyota Motor Sales, Express.com, California Association of REALTORS, Kaiser Permanente, Disney Channel, eHobbies/NextPlanetOver.com and American Honda. He's worked for more than two decades as a journalist, being published in Vibe, The Source, Rap Pages, Black Enterprise, the Los Angeles Sentinel, and on MTV Online. Hannibal has been writing since he was eight (when he wrote a truly atrocious novel about a very petty pantheon of gods), and has seen his poetry published in The Drumming Between Us, Voices From Leimert Park, Drumvoices Review, (Sic) Vice Verse, MultiVerse and other journals and anthologies. Former editor-in-chief of the Los Angeles Herald-Dispatch group of newspapers, Hannibal is also the author of novels THE CROWN: ASCENSION and FARAWAY (both available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble & Smashwords) and the upcoming sci fi political thriller ROGUE NATION. He won the 2012 Top Cow Talent Hunt and has written for Image Comics, Wunderman Comics, Legends Press, Aspen Comics, Canon Comics, Stranger Comics, and New Paradigm Studios. Hannibal writes The Buy Pile, a weekly comics reviews column for Comic Book Resources (http://cbr.cc) and can be found online at http://hannibaltabu.com.

Meredith Laxton is a freelance illustrator from the capital of North Carolina. She has long been inspired by the storytelling of comics and tabletop RPGs. Her background in multimedia design and animation has aided her art career in the indie gaming scene with companies like Puny Human Games and InXile entertainment. Nowadays, Meredith resides in Savannah, Georgia, where she received her M.F.A. in Sequential Art.

Tan Shu is a storyteller and freelance illustrator from Wuhan, China. She received her B.A. in game design from CUC, Beijing before traveling to the United States to focus more on storytelling, where she received her M.F.A. in Sequential Art from SCAD. She loves Role-Playing video games, which have greatly influenced her art.

Jen Bartel is an Eisner award-winning illustrator and comic artist who is best known for her ongoing cover work for clients like Marvel, Disney, and Chronicle Books. She has also collaborated with brands like Adidas, Red Bull, and Aussie. Jen is the co-creator and artist of “BLACKBIRD” from Image Comics.

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