The Blues Lives On: The Delta Blues Museum

27min | 2003
Located in an old depot in Clarksdale, Mississippi, where Muddy Waters boarded the train to carry the Blues to the world, this small museum tells the powerful story of the origins of the Delta Blues and its ultimate transformation into Rock-n-Roll. Interviews include actor and native son, Morgan Freeman and blues artists Charlie Musselwhite and "Super Chikan" Johnson. Featured are Muddy Waters' sharecropper cabin; Sonny Boy Williamson's harmonicas; B.B. King's guitar, "Lucille;" and the annual Sunflower River Blues festival, which brings together rising talents and established stars of America's most enduring music.

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Topics: Blues Music, Museum, Fascinating Places, Rock & Roll, Mississippi, Guitar
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