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His grandmother, Della Grant, nicknamed him “Muddy” because, as a baby on the Cottonwood Plantation near Mayersville, he loved to play in the mud.
Childhood playmates tagged on “Water” or “Waters” a few years later.
His father, Ollie Morganfield, was a sharecropper in the Rolling Fork area who also entertained at local blues affairs.
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Both through his recordings on the Aristocrat and Chess labels and through his sensual and electrifying live performances, he not only became a blues icon but a godfather to generations of rock 'n' roll bands, as he expanded his audience from the African American clubs of Chicago's South and West sides to Europe and beyond.
The Rolling Stones recorded several of his songs and took their name from one of his early records, “Rollin' Stone.” Jazz, R&B, country & western, and hip hop artists have used his material as well.
Mc Kinley Morganfield, better known as Muddy Waters, was one of the foremost artists in blues history.