1. Arthur (Big Boy) Crudup, a Delta blues singer, songwriter and guitarist. He is best known outside blues circles for writing songs such as “That’s All Right” (1946 “My Baby Left Me” and “So Glad You’re Mine”, later covered by dozens of other artists,
2. Wynonie Harris, blues shouter and rhythm and blues singer of upbeat songs featuring humorous, often ribald lyrics. With fifteen Top 10 hits between 1946 and 1952, Harris is generally considered one of rock and roll’s forerunners. He was the subject of a 1994 biography by Tony Collins.
3. Ernest Wright, Jr. , of Little Anthony and the Imperials
4. Reginald Wayne (Reggie) Miller, A retired American professional basketball player who played his entire 18-year National Basketball Association (NBA) career with the Indiana Pacers. Miller was known for his precision three-point field goal shooting, especially in clutch situations and most notably against the New York Knicks for which he earned the nickname “Knick Killer. When He retired He held the record in most career three-point field goals made. A five-time All-Star selection, he led the league in free throw accuracy five times and won a gold medal in the 1996 Summer Olympics.
Miller is one of five Pacers to have his jersey (#31) retired by the team Miller was also selected for the Pacers’ 40th anniversary team in 2007. Currently, he works as an NBA commentator for TNT.
5. David Khari Webber “Dave” Chappelle, Comedian, screenwriter, television and film producer, actor and artist. Chappelle began his film career in the film Robin Hood: Men in Tights in 1993 and continued to star in minor roles in the films The Nutty Professor, Con Air, and Blue Streak. His first lead role in a film was in Half Baked in 1998. In 2003, he became widely known for his popular sketch comedy television series, Chappelle’s Show, which ran until 2006. He is ranked forty-third in Comedy Central Presents: 100 Greatest Stand-Ups of All Time.