Artist Countdown: Fats Domino Top 60 Hits – 6pm ET

dominoAntoine Dominique “Fats” Domino Jr. (born February 26, 1928) is an American R&B and rock and roll pianist and singer-songwriter. He was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. Domino is French Creole and Creole was his first language. Domino was delivered at home by his midwife grandmother. Like most families in the Lower Ninth Ward, Domino’s family were new arrivals from Vacherie, Louisiana. His father was a well known violinist, and Domino was inspired to play himself. He eventually learned from his uncle, jazz guitarist Harrison Verrett. Fats released five gold (million-copy-selling) records before 1955. Domino also had 35 Top 40 American hits and has a music style based on traditional R&B ensembles of bass, piano, electric guitar, drums, and saxophone. –

1 Blueberry Hill
2 I’m in Love Again
3 Be My Guest
4 I Want to Walk You Home
5 I’m Walkin’
6 Walking to New Orleans
7 Blue Monday
8 Ain’t That a Shame
9 Valley of Tears
10 My Girl Josephine
11 The Big Beat
12 Sick and Tired
13 Three Nights a Week
14 It’s You I Love
15 Whole Lotta Loving
16 When My Dreamboat Comes Home
17 I’m Ready
18 My Blue Heaven
19 Going to the River
20 Wait and See
21 Goin’ Home
22 Honey Chile
23 I’m Gonna Be a Wheel Someday
24 Bo Weevil
25 When I See You
26 Country Boy
27 So Long
28 Don’t Come Knockin’
29 Little Mary
30 Ain’t That Just Like a Woman
31 Telling Lies
32 Yes My Darling
33 Natural Born Lover
34 No, No
35 Margie
36 Jambalaya (On the Bayou)
37 What Will I Tell My Heart
38 All By Myself
39 Poor Me
40 Before I Grow Too Old
41 Detroit City Blues
42 Please Don’t Leave Me
43 Every Night about This Time
44 Something’s Wrong
45 I Can’t Go On
46 Don’t You Know
47 Young School Girl
48 Rockin’ Chair
49 Don’t Blame It on Me
50 The Fat Man
51 You Done Me Wrong
52 The Rooster Song
53 I Know
54 Thinking of You
55 Coquette
56 I Want You to Know
57 When the Saints Go Marching In
58 Tell Me That You Love Me
59 Put Your Arms Around Me Honey
60 I Hear You Knocking

Wikipedia

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