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Win tickets to Davell Crawford's tribute to Fats Domino on WNYC

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Pianist Davell Crawford, sometimes called "The Prince of New Orleans," was just 14 years old when he met Fats Domino, sometimes called the "architect of Rock-and-Roll." After inspiring Elvis Presley, selling 65 million records, and surviving Hurricane Katrina, Fats Domino passed away last October at age 89. Now Crawford is on a tour of City Wineries with "Walking To New Orleans: Davell Crawford's Tribute to Fats Domino," and will be at City Winery in New York on September 4th. 

Members of Fats Domino's band will join Davell Crawford for this tribute, as well as Cyril Neville, the youngest of the Neville Brothers, and the impeccable drummer Bernard Purdie, who's played with everyone from Louis Armstrong to Aretha Franklin to George Benson.

LISTEN to our recent conversation with Davell Crawford, and sign up for the American Standards newsletter here by noon on Friday, August 31st for a chance to win a pair of tickets to the New York, September 4th show.