Ike and Tina Turner, Little Richard, and B.B. King all traveled the so-called “Chitlin’ Circuit” – a string of black-friendly venues that flourished between the 1940s and the 1960s. Today: A look at how these hospitable hotspots helped pave the way for rock ‘n’ roll. Plus: It's another Friday Blind Date - this time, with a sextet of Brooklyn-based transplants. And: A look at the copyright law that could soon shake up the recording industry.