Fats Domino


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United States rhythm and blues pianist and singer and composer (born in 1928)

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And when The Beatles recorded Lady Madonna in 1968 Paul McCartney said he sang the song doing his own Fats Domino impression.
ENTERTAINER Fats Domino pictured on a UK tour in 1967
He said only two people from New Orleans have changed the music of the world: jazz legend Louis Armstrong and Fats Domino.
lt;B Fats Domino performs on the 'Today'TV show in New York in 2007
Can't you envision a collector in 1993 discovering a Fats Domino record in a Salvation Army depot and rushing home to put it on the turntable?
Fats Domino, who pioneered the rock 'n' roll sound of the 1950s and 60s, and the voice behind enduring hits like "Ain't That a Shame" and "Blueberry Hill," died Wednesday at the age of 89 years at his daughter's New Orleans home, according to Mark Bone, chief investigator with the Jefferson Parish Medical Examiner's office in Louisiana, who confirmed the news to the Associated Press.
New York (dpa) A completely destroyed piano standing in the middle of New Orleans serves as a permanent reminder of what was probably the worst day in the life of Fats Domino.
Fats Domino, who brought rolling New Orleans boogie-woogie piano to early rock 'n' roll in chart-topping hits such as "Blueberry Hill" and "Ain't That a Shame," has died at the age of 89, officials said on Wednesday.
Those cover versions include Eleanor Rigby by Aretha Franklin, Got To Get You Into My Life by Earth Wind & Fire, The Fool On The Hill by the Four Tops and Lovely Rita by Fats Domino.
It describes the careers and music of R&B artists, such as Fats Domino, Professor Longhair, Huey oPianoo Smith, Allen Toussaint, Wardell Quezergue, and Dr.
MUSIC Blues and Boogie Tipitina, right, deliver their own unique take on the blues, barrelhouse, boogie and Gospel of New Orleans, in the footsteps of Professor Longhair, Dr John, James Booker, Fats Domino and Allen Toussaint.
Among Sinclair's non-festive repertoire are numbers by artists ranging from Fats Domino to Jimi Hendrix, Chuck Berry to Van Morrison, and Ray Charles to Jamie Cullum.
Directed by Beverly Bryer, the ensemble has worked with Robert Plant on a tribute to Fats Domino, for which they sang Valley Of Tears.
It will be swingin' Saturday when the Casey MacGill Trio brings its Nat "King" Cole meets the Mills Brothers, Fats Waller meets Fats Domino, Slim Galliard meets Fred Astaire show to the UO's Beall Hall.