Legendary musician Fats Domino died on Tuesday morning at the age of 89.
According to the pioneer’s daughter, Domino died inside his private residence in New Orleans while surrounded by family and friends. Per the coroners office, the iconic piano player died of natural causes.
Fats Domino’s skyrocketed in his 20’s following the success of his 1955 classic, “Ain’t That a Shame” and one year later, “Blueberry Hill.”
The musician also gained notoriety for taking on a few acting roles. Fats made an appearance in the 1956 film, Shake, Rattle & Rock! and on the 1969 Monkees’ television special, 33-1/3 Revolutions per Monkee.