Ernie K-Doe | The Best Of Ernie K-Doe
Anyone else hungry for Jazzfest? Here's an appetizer, an album that just went live this week by the late, legendary Ernie K-Doe. Ernie K-Doe started his singing career in his church choir and went on to sing with such spiritual groups as the Golden Choir Jubilees of New Orleans and the Divine Traveler. K-Doe recorded such hits as "A Certain Girl", "T'ain't It the Truth", "Come On Home", "Later for Tomorrow", and by far, his biggest recording was "Mother-in-Law", which sold millions. K-Doe used his fame and fortune to become a raging (then recovering) alcoholic, opening Ernie K-Doe's Mother-in-Law Lounge in NOLA and performing regularly there until his death in 2001.

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