Snooks Eaglin (January 21, 1936 – February 18, 2009) (AKA Ford Eaglin) was an American, New Orleans-based guitarist and singer. He was also referred to as Blind Snooks Eaglin or "Lil" Snook in his early years.
Born Fird Eaglin, Jr., his vocal style was reminiscent of Ray Charles; in the 1950s, when he was in his late teens, he would sometimes bill himself as "Little Ray Charles". Generally regarded as a legend of New Orleans music, he played a wide range of music within the same concert, album, or even song: blues, rock and roll, jazz, country, and Latin. In his early years, he also played some straight-ahead acoustic blues.
His ability to play a wide range of songs and make them his own earned him the nickname "the human jukebox." Eaglin claimed in interviews that his musical repertoire included some 2,500 songs.
At live shows, he did not usually prepare set lists, and was unpredictable, even to his bandmates. He played songs that came to his head, and he also took requests from the audience.