Plans For Muddy Waters Museum Thrown Into Jeopardy Over Chicago Home Deal

Blues musician Muddy Waters performs at New York’s Palladium Theater, Oct. 1, 1977 in a benefit performance for the New York Public Library. The proceeds will go to purchasing rare blues records. (AP Photo)

Muddy Waters fans who hope to see the legendary musician’s Chicago home turned into a museum have a new reason to sing the blues.
A once-promising deal to sell Waters’ former North Kenwood home to a buyer interested in turning the vacant building into a museum has gone bust, Chicago Real Estate Daily reports.
The two-unit home at 4339 S. Lake Park Ave. where Waters lived with wife Geneva Morganfield was re-listed Monday for $100,000.
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