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Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to get through this thing called Prince Rogers Nelson's Day of Birth.

Here are 53 factoids to help you celebrate this glorious day. See Also: How to purify yourself before a Prince show at Paisley Park [jump] 1.

American business leader Roger Enrico (born 1944) is best known for his lengthy tenure as chief executive officer (CEO) of Pepsi Co Inc.

Under Enrico, Pepsi developed a strong image and built profits.

In 1985, Prince owned a white T-bird and could often be seen driving it around north Minneapolis.2.

Prince's dad, John Nelson, led the "Prince Rogers" jazz trio, which eventually became John's nickname, and then Prince's official name.3.

Devoted Gimme Noise readers already know that we're big fans of Prince around these parts — we even have an entire wing of our blog roped off for Purple One-related posts.

So when we heard today is Prince's 53rd birthday, we jumped at the chance to geek out and compile a list of some lesser-known tidbits about our state's most iconic musician.

He thinks she’s perfect to be his next wife.” With his desire to reintroduce Suri into his life, along with his plan to be married again “by early next year,” Tom — who is also father to 24-year-old with Nicole Kidman — is getting his life back where he wants it.

It’s fitting that the NASL Commissioner will introduce the team’s new owner as it was Downs himself who made the initial connection with Mc Guire and his son-in-law Nick Rogers.

Rogers, who is from Maryland, met Mc Guire’s daughter Marissa while he went to law school at the U of M and the two were married several years ago.

Prince's mom's name is Mattie Shaw, and he says she's responsible for his "wild side."4.

Prince is the official pioneer of "the Minneapolis sound" heralded by music mags throughout the '80s. Prince wrote "Nothing Compares 2 U" about bandmate Wendy Melvoin's sister Susannah Melvoin, a song that became famous when Sinead O'Connor covered it. Prince was called "Skipper" when he was a little boy.7.