Blues pianist Aaron Moore, the last Mississippi born pianist in Chicago, is dead at 95.
He was a well-known session player in the heyday of Chicago's blues, backing many of the famous players for 36 years. However he didn't achieve star status like his compatriots, rather retiring in the early 80's to be with his family.
However, in the 90's he went back to music and released two albums, one in 1996 and another in 1999 under the Delmark label with success.
Rest in peace Aaron, hope you are having fun with all the other bluesmen up in heaven.
Here's the title track from his 1996 debut album "Hello World":