R&B vocalist remembered to get a Billboard chart-topping strike entitled “Mother-in-Law.” His various other popular songs consist of “Te-Ta-Te-Ta-Ta” and “Afterwards for Tomorrow.” Through the middle-1950s, he belonged to a fresh Orleans band known as the Blue Diamond jewelry. He hosted many New Orleans radio displays. After his loss of life, his wife Antoinette became who owns Ernie K-Doe’s Mother-in-Law Lounge. Songwriter Allen Toussaint had written “Mother-in-Law,” the tune that produced Ernie K-Doe well-known.
|1||Inducted into the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame in 2009.|
|2||Adoptive father of Jackie Hughes and father-in-law of Gary Hughes.|
|3||Black singer whose signature tune was "Mother-in-Law," which reached #1 in the spring of 1961.|
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