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He stressed to each of them that Prince was a unique artist who wrote, performed and produced his own music, and in some respects, he was the that they’d been looking for.
Husney’s ruse worked, touching off a bidding war between several labels.
Ostin, Prince, Husney, Thyret and some other assorted hangers-on walked over to NBC that very afternoon, and were swiftly ushered backstage, where the show’s crew were busy setting lighting rigs and preparing to shoot another episode.
It was a chaotic scene, Prince would later recall, standing backstage and shyly shaking hands with some of the crew and a few of the celebrity judges, including Jamie Farr (of TV’s ), movie critic/snob Rex Reed and foxy singer Jaye P.
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Their paths crossed frequently, and since they were both based in Burbank, they often had lunch together too.At a private luncheon thrown in his honor, some of them even offered to personally show Prince around town.They also invited him to swingin’ Hollywood Hills parties, anything to make his six days in late June ’77 a memorable time.At the time, Prince had already recorded several demo tapes, one of which was actually produced with the help of his first manager, Owen Husney, a former concert promoter who was now president of two companies, the advertising agency The Ad Co., and American Artists Inc., a management company.Husney — who bought new instruments for Prince and helped to produce a demo for him at Sound 80 — had told representatives for several labels, including Columbia, A&M and Warner Bros., that another one of the other labels were flying him to Los Angeles for auditions, which, of course, wasn’t true.
We dug around a bit and were able to find out that this taping actually took place the same week that the 19-year old Prince had come out to the west coast to sign his first record deal with Warner Bros. It’s the kind of story you won’t hear about in any Prince documentaries — including those we’re offering to our subscribers on Night Flight Plus, like adventures might be something our readers would want to know about, so we asked Michael to tell us all about it.