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HONOR BLUES LEGEND

 MUDDY 
WATERS 

by donating to help transform his Chicago home into a blues museum.

SUPPORTERS & PARTNERS

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    Klein & Hoffman, Berglund Construction and Bauer Latoza Studio

  • Mitchell Development Consultants, Inc.

  • The Friedman Family Foundation

  • The Historic Preservation Division

  • Quad Communities Development Corporation

  • Chicago Black House Museum Coalition

  • Bronzeville Blues Collaborative

Image by Max Bender

Living with Muddy

You may have heard that Muddy Waters’s Chicago home is becoming a blues museum. Now you can hear from two women in his family who lived there. Written by Muddy Waters MOJO Museum board member, Deitra Farr. Published by the Chicago Reader.

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FEATURED VIDEOS

Muddy Waters' Birthday Celebrations
A Free Community and Family Event and Garden Groundbreaking
Holiday Blues Soirée
A fundraiser celebrating Muddy Waters’ legacy and blues music
Shake Your Back-to-School Blues
A Free Community and Family Event
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African American Civil Rights Network

Muddy Waters MOJO Museum was welcomed into the African American Civil Rights Network. The Network is a collection of properties, facilities, and programs that offer a comprehensive overview of the people, places, and events associated with the African American Civil Rights movement.

SEND US YOUR MUDDY-INSPIRED ART

Submit your original works of art – inspired by the Father of Modern Chicago Blues – and we may display it in the museum, on the website or on our social media. We will not sell your art. It belongs to you.

If you have artifacts that may be relevant to the museum, we would love to learn more.

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