A multitude of musicians have paid tribute to the late Fats Domino, who died at the age of 89 on Tuesday.

The legendary rock 'n' roll/boogie-woogie musician, perhaps best known for his song 'Blueberry Hill', died at his home in Louisiana of natural causes, according to reports.

Throughout his long and hugely successful career, the piano-playing musician - whose real name was Antoine Dominique Domino Jr. - sold over 65 million records and had his songs covered by everyone from Lennon and McCartney to Cheap Trick and beyond. Elvis once referred to him as "the real king of rock and roll" and John Lennon said that without him, there would have been no Beatles.

Jerry Lee Lewis, Hozier and even Samuel L. Jackson are amongst the celebrities who have paid tribute to him: