Fans will pay last respects to B.B. King in Las Vegas before the blues legend returns to be buried in his native Mississippi, his estate and reports said Monday. The ‘King of the Blues’ died Thursday at age 89 in Las Vegas, where he kept a home amid years of intense touring that he stopped only months ago. His official website announced a wake for King this Friday at a funeral home in the desert entertainment hub. One of his daughters — Claudette King, a singer who calls herself ‘The Bluz Queen’ — also reported the wake and said it would be followed by a service on Saturday. The music legend will then be buried next week at his museum in Indianola, Mississippi, near where he grew up, according to The Clarion-Ledger, the daily newspaper in the state capital Jackson. A museum official had no immediate comment but said that arrangements related to King’s death were being

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