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The late blues musician will be buried next Saturday, May 30 at the B.B. King Museum in Indianola.
The late blues musician will likely be buried next week in Indianola, a Mississippi town less than 20 miles from his birthplace of Berclair where he picked cotton as a boy.
Ringo Starr, Brad Paisley, Lenny Kravitz, Gene Simmons, and Orlando Jones are among the stars who pay tribute to the late blues musician.
The legendary musician passed away peacefully in his sleep at his Las Vegas home on Thursday, May 14, according to his attorney.
Amidst rumors he's hospitalized after being abused by his manager, the blues legend tells his fans that he's currently in 'home hospice care at [his] residence in Las Vegas.'
The King of Blues has returned home after being hospitalized in Las Vegas over the weekend.
The blues legend was rushed to a hospital in Las Vegas reportedly because of dehydration related to his diabetes.
The musician has been forced to pull out of eight gigs on the tour, including two stops at his own B.B. King Blues Club and Grill in New York.