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Born McKinley Morganfield, the son of a Mississippi farmer, “Muddy Waters” became a music legend. After taking up the guitar, and moving to Chicago, he was instrumental in forming the sound known as “Chicago blues.” Muddy played a big part in establishing the blues form, which communicated, more often than not, sad or mournful stories about the plight of Southern Afro-Americans in the United States.
Concert & Contest
Bass Marimba – Drumset – Marimba – Vibraphone – Xylophone – Xylophone