Greg Kot: Muddy Waters personified the maturity of Blues music

John Williams

Big Bill Morganfield, left, and Mud Morganfield, right, perform for the dedication of the mural of their father blues music legend Muddy Waters, Thursday, June 8, 2017, in Chicago. The mural was created by Brazilian street artist, Eduardo Kobra and dedicated before the city’s annual blues festival this weekend. (AP Photo/G-Jun Yam)

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Coda Collection Editorial Director Greg Kot joins John Williams to discuss Muddy Waters’ influence on the Blues genre. Muddy Waters’ Kenwood, Chicago home is on its way to becoming a landmark, and the Muddy Waters MOJO Museum.

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