Chuck Berry


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United States rock singer (born in 1931)

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Remarkably, despite these distractions, Chuck Berry recorded some of the greatest music of our time, enjoyed a string of hit records, influenced hundreds of bands, including The Beatles and The Rolling Stones.
Above, Chuck Berry was at number one in 1972 with My |Ding A Ling; below, Marvin Gaye had a big hit in 1982
CHUCK BERRY, 1964, BIRMINGHAM HIPPODROME Singer, guitarist, songwriter, duckwalker Charles Edward Anderson - Chuck Berry - is one of the three men who could rightly claim to have been responsible for the shaping of rock and roll.
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And also congratulations to Sweden for recognising Chuck Berry for what he is .
Alvin Stardust with his guitar, valued at PS1m, which has signatures <Bfrom Buddy Holly, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Chuck Berry
Not only do they present the only British appearance of Chuck Berry, one of the great influences of rock over 20 years, but the only college appearance of Pink Floyd, who are at present on a British tour.
Chuck Berry has lasted at the top longer than did Shakespeare (in his lifetime) or Johnny Carson or Mick Jagger, and Sir Mick is 147 years old.
While there are a lot of classics on Thibodeau's list - he says Chuck Berry "is just a stud" and admits he has a "real thing for George Harrison.
The band play a mixture of their own songs plus material by artists like The Kinks, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, Chuck Berry, Bruce Springsteen and the Small Faces.
ROCK 'N' ROLL legend Chuck Berry has postponed his gig at the Olympia in Kensington.
Tommy became a regular at The Apollo in New York alongside '60s greats like Jackie Wilson, Marvin Gaye, Ray Charles, Diana Ross and the Supremes, Dionne Warwick, and Chuck Berry.
And the band responsible for You Really Got Me, Lola and Waterloo Sunset hope to team up with Snow Patrol, Chuck Berry and Razorlight frontman Johnny Borrell if things work out.
A Chuck Berry rhythm informs the opening cut, ``Thunder on the Mountain,'' in which he tells us, ``I've already confessed -- no need to confess again.
Avid followers of popular music will readily understand the importance of Chess Records in the early to modern business of rock and roll production, and won't want to miss Rich Cohen's Machers And Rockers: Chess Records And The Business Of Rock & Roll, an excellent survey of the two immigrants who changed the course of musical history by recording such artists as Muddy Waters and Chuck Berry.