McCOMB, Miss. -- McComb will be the first stop in Amtrak's upcoming Blues Connection, which will commemorate the link between blues music and America's railroads. The Enterprise-Journal reported Amtrak will host "Big Bill" and "Mud" Morganfield, sons of the late Mississippi-born blues icon Muddy Waters, in the three-day tour aboard the legendary City of New Orleans, beginning in New Orleans May 6 and ending May 8 in Chicago on National Train Day. According to history, W.C. Handy, known as the Father of the Blues, was inspired to create his music while at a train station in the Mississippi Delta.