Recent Grammy winner and longtime blues legend Pinetop Perkins passed away at the age of 97, on Monday. Reportedly, Perkins died in his Austin, Texas home after suffering a cardiac arrest. Still an active performer and musician, with gigs even lined up on his schedule at the time of death, Perkins was one of the last -- if not the last -- of a certain breed of original, old-time Delta bluesman. In fact, in 2007, he won a Grammy for his contributions to a live album entitled 'Last of the Great Mississippi Delta Bluesmen: Live in Dallas.' He also won a lifetime achievement Grammy in 2005 and took home a third Grammy just this past February for best traditional blues album ('Joined at the Hip,' a collaboration with Willie 'Big Eyes' Smith).