Muddy is famous for helping to invent the Chicago blues, a style of music that fused the rural, acoustic Mississippi Delta blues with the sounds of the electric guitar.
Muddy's greatest influences were blues legends Son House, Robert Johnson, and Big Bill Broonzy.
Oil Pastel on Paper
18 W x 24 H
This drawings is part of my BLM series honoring the great black artist who have contributed so greatly to our culture.
Proceeds go to BLM bail fund.