Some of B.B. King’s eleven surviving children will have private viewing prior to tomorrow’s scheduled public hours and Saturday’s service and memorial in Las Vegas

It was a compromise reached this week between attorneys for King’s daughter Karen Williams and the blues legend’s longtime business agent LaVerne Toney, who despite a challenge by Williams still has power of attorney. King died in his sleep last week at home after a series of strokes. He will be laid to rest at the Indianola museum that bears his name following a tribute on the 27th in Memphis, a public viewing May 29th at the B.B. King Museum and funeral May 30 at the nearby Bell Grove Missionary Baptist Church.

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