ATLANTA - The Revolution brings music, memories of Prince to Atlanta: It's been more than 30 years since Purple Rain by Prince and the Revolution topped the music charts, and the soundtrack album remains one of the best-selling of all time. And although Prince passed away in 2016, the Revolution is keeping the music alive with a tour that stops in Atlanta later this month. The Revolution, including members Wendy, Lisa, Bobby Z, Brown Mark and Dr. Fink, will play Atlanta's Tabernacle on Saturday, February 24th at 8:00 p.m. The group recorded three successful albums with Prince Purple Rain, Around the World In a Day and Parade and the musicians play on various tracks from the iconic artist's discography. According to bassist Mark Brown (who performs as Brown Mark), Prince and the band were constantly recording at Minnesota's Paisley Park, never quite sure which projects the various songs would end up on or if they'd get released at all. Brown Mark recently sat down with Good Day Atlanta's Paul Milliken to share stories of how he met Prince, what their working relationship was like, and why members of The Revolution decided to tour after the star's passing.
Atlanta Monster is a podcast taking a fresh look at Atlanta's missing and murdered children. The case 40 years later still stirs up deep emotions and questions linger about the investigation and the conviction of Wayne Williams. Payne Lindsey and Donald Albright are the creators of the podcast and stopped by Good Day Atlanta to talk about what they have discovered and the questions they asked Wayne Williams himself. For more information on Atlanta Monster click here.