FILE-Blues music legend B.B. King performs on Frampton’s Guitar Circus 2013 Tour at Pier Six Pavilion, in Baltimore Aug. 8, 2013. (AP/Owen Sweeney)
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An autopsy has found that B.B. King died of natural causes, rejecting his daughters' claims of foul play that cast an unseemly shadow over the last rites for the blues legend.King, one of the most influential guitarists of the 20th century, was still performing until months before his death, before returning home and eventually moving into hospice care.Two of his daughters -- Karen Williams and Patty King -- have alleged that he was poisoned by his caregivers.King and Williams did not immediately comment.King for decades performed virtually every night as he declared himself an ambassador of the blues, the melancholy music born in the African American South.
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