#tbt This is my grandpa Clarence Ford Sr, a 4th generation musician from New Orleans. He played saxophones and clarinet with Fats Domino, Guitar Slim, Little Richard, Dave Bartholomew, LaBelle, Snooks Eaglin, Elton John and many more. He was the man who inspired me the most. I still play the first song he ever taught me, "Make Me A Pallet On Your Floor". I think about him every day. Every note I play is to make him (and others) proud. Please take a second and head over to Spotify and like my official page. While you're there, listen to my new single "AfriNola" and share it with your friends. If you're in Dallas next Saturday (Nov. 25) com hang with me and my band at @thetwilitelounge in Deep Ellum...we got from 11:30P-1:30A. For the culture.