* Buster Holmes, 89, the king of red beans and rice who...

DEATHS ELSEWHERE

March 04, 1994

* Buster Holmes, 89, the king of red beans and rice who traveled the world to cook for the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, died Monday of a heart attack in New Orleans. He was famous in New Orleans for the cheap lunches he dished out at the French Quarter restaurant that carried his name. It closed in 1979.

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