The Legacy of Muddy Waters segment will air tonight at 7 pm (CST), channel 11 and will spotlight Joseph 'Mojo' Morganfield. It will livestream on their website, Facebook and YouTube pages.
Thank you, Terry Abrahamson & Rick Kreher for your reflections on your musical magical carpet ride through time working with Muddy Waters and with Joseph. Joseph's most recent release, "Good To Be King" on Delmark Records is
is the crowning song Mojo left his fans & the world. Still at the top of the charts, #1 on the RMR Chicago would have made him so happy.
A musical tribute is being planned for broadcast soon. A link will be posted here and on the Deborah Morganfield Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/deborah.morganfield.31/) when the date and time are known.
The Morganfield family is requesting that donations be made to the Muddy Waters "Mojo Museum." All funds will be used for the rehab and preservation of Muddy Waters' home. Mojo lived in the home as a child, before moving to Westmont. The home is located at 4339 S. Lake Park Ave., Chicago, IL 60653.
The Mojo Museum is a 501c3.
To donate visit: www.mojomuseum.com
"I uncovered my passion for music during the years spent with my dad - going to reherarsals, gigs, and then performing on stage. From that point on, the Blues has been in my heart."
"I'm following my dreams while keeping my father's legacy alive - Chicago Blues!"
"Released my first EP
'Mojo Risin' in
Mckinley Morganfield, aka Muddy Waters, taught Mojo to keep the blues alive at a early age. Whether touring local gigs with his dad (including singing "Got My Mojo Working" to close his shows), or meeting musical legends, Mojo was always in training.
The saga continues...
Now the next generation is carrying on Muddy's blues tradition. Joseph "Mojo" Morganfield and his brothers "Big Bill" and "Mud" perform
Mojo Morganfield, Bob Margolin-guitar, Bob Corritore-Harp
MISSISSIPPI FOUND ME
Special Guest: Mike Wheeler
CD - MOJO RISIN'
Luckenbach Blues Festival