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Before she could introduce herself, he interrupted her. The two started hanging out, often jamming in her bedroom equipped as a mini-recording studio. Santana’s wife left him and Escovedo couldn’t deal with being a homewrecker. Though the relationship with Prince remained platonic, he didn’t stop wooing her.Escovedo wasn’t ready to take things further — she was still hurting from an earlier relationship with Carlos Santana, who she had fallen in love with as an 18-year-old. On what would be Marvin Gaye’s final tour, “Sexual Healing,” Escovedo was met by a bouquet of flowers from Prince every night in her hotel room.We were with each other all day and all night, so if he was fooling around on me, he would have had to be quick about it.” Sheila Escovedo, the daughter of Latin percussionist Peter Escovedo, was just making a name for herself as a woman who could pound a hot beat when she bought a ticket to see Prince in concert in 1978 in San Carlos, Calif.After the show, she walked in on him in his dressing room as he was combing out his long, straight hair.

The song was “Erotic City,” and she wouldn’t sing the “f-word.” They compromised — he sang the original lyric while she went with “we can funk until dawn.” For years, fans argued about what they were actually hearing.

She hid her health problems — her musculature actually became twisted from her fierce drumming posture — from Prince. But she was also growing uncomfortable with his artistic direction.

“His songs were getting too dirty for my tastes,” she writes. She stayed, but after that she refused to cash those checks, sometimes tearing them up in front of him. Escovedo faded from Prince’s life as she immersed herself in a new spirituality.

“The hearbreaking part is that once Nicole Escovedo legally became Nicole Richie, it felt like we lost her. Richie (inset right), of course, later gained fame as a reality star alongside best pal Paris Hilton in “The Simple Life.” Meanwhile, the bill for the “Purple Rain” tour came due.

Not having even skimmed her contract with Prince’s management company, Escovedo was unaware that she was responsible for all the expenses from her outlandish indulgences — to every last drink from the mini-bar — for herself and her band. “He (Prince) had casually told me at the start it would be easier to go with him,” Escovedo writes.

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