LMHOF Govt Director Mike Shepherd presents Induction paintings and Governor’s welcome to Little Richard (Penniman) throughout his efficiency at “The Domino Impact” fundraiser live performance on the New Orleans Enviornment on Could 30, 2009. Additionally within the video is the stage look by fundraiser principal, New Orleans Saints Quarterback Drew Brees and his spouse, Brittany and a visitor look by Fat Domino. Extra data, pics and video on Little Richard will be seen at www.lmhof.org , the official web site of The Louisiana Music Corridor Of Fame..
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