Born on this Day in History: April 4, 1915 - Born in Mississippi, McKinley Morganfield got the name Muddy Waters because he played in a creek as a boy. He grew up immersed in the Delta blues, and was first recorded by archivist Alan Lomax. In 1943 he moved to Chicago and began playing in clubs. A record deal followed, and hits like "I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man" and "Rollin' Stone" made him an iconic Chicago blues man.
On this Day in History: April 4, 1958 - Lana Turner's 14-year-old daughter stabs her mother's boyfriend. A coroner's jury finds she committed justifiable homicide.