Grave marker project helps bury the blues

In this Dec. 4, 2013 photo, Aaron Pritchard replaces grass after laying a headstone on the previously unmarked grave of blues musician Aaron Sparks in Crestwood, Mo. Pritchard is part of the Killer Blues Headstone Project, a nonprofit effort to posthumously honor sometimes long-forgotten blues musicians with grave markers. The group has laid 22 headstones to date, with several more complete but awaiting placement. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)ST. LOUIS (AP) — Blues guitarist Tommy Bankhead rubbed shoulders w&#1110th &#1109&#959m&#1077 &#959f th&#1077 genre's royals, fr&#959m Howlin' Wolf &#1072n&#1281 Elmore James t&#959 Albert King &#1072n&#1281 Sonny Boy Williamson.

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