This is "Muddy Waters Month" at Delta Blues Museum
Celebrate the Legend
McKinley Morganfield, born April 4, 1913, earned the nickname "Muddy" for his habit of playing in mud puddles; "Waters" would be added later. Moving to Clarksdale, he grew up farming on Stovall Plantation. After seeing Son House play, he bought a guitar... and the rest is music history. See Muddy's full story at the "Explore & Learn: Follow Muddy" section of our website.
Our Gift Shop has many souvenirs of this blues legend's life and music. From exciting CDs to an insightful biography, from colorful t-shirts and caps to souvenir coffee mugs, we have special items to mark his anniversary.
Check out our "Muddy Merch" Section!
The Museum appreciates your patronage and support - thank you!
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This site is made possible through support from the Mississippi Arts Commission, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Rock River Foundation.
This site made possible through the support of Mississippi Arts Commission, National Endowment for the Humanities and the Rock River Foundation.
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