Song of the Day: Arthur Crudup, “That’s All Right, Mama”

Blues great Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup (CROO-dup) was born on this day in 1905. His career started in Clarksdale, Mississippi, where the National Blues Museum is located and where a number of Delta bluesmen such as Muddy Waters and Robert Johnson got their start. Arthur wrote and recorded a number of blues and rockabilly standards, including "That’s All Right, Mama" in 1946. It was later covered by Elvis Presley.

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