Chuck Berry Was a Legend!


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Chuck Berry was a seminal figure in early rock music who directly influenced the Beatles, Rolling Stones and later Bruce Springsteen and Bob Seger.

This idea of capturing America's teenage years in music was something the Beach Boys would go on to cultivate, making the fact that Surfing USA is set to the music of Sweet Little Sixteen just a little significant. "His lyrics shone above others and threw a odd light on the American dream". Winnipeg being at the top of the Great Plains got wonderful AM radio stations at night and the new music we heard from Chicago and Cleveland.

"Chuck Berry was rock's greatest practitioner, guitarist, and the greatest pure rock "n" roll writer who ever lived", he wrote.

It came out of an incident Berry saw involving the police while touring through parts of California with large communities of black and Latino residents.

LEGENDARY musician Chuck Berry has died aged 90, police have confirmed.

Former President Barack Obama paid tribute to the rock "n" roll legend Sunday.


Berry had a string of hits in the 1950s, including "Maybellene", "Roll Over Beethoven", "Rock and Roll Music", and "Johnny B. Goode".

Berry was born into a middle-class family in Missouri and gave his first performance at Sumner High School, historic in its own right as the first African-American high school west of the Mississippi River, a dividing line that separates the eastern third of the country from the West. Every guitarist learns the opening riff of "Johnny B. Goode", with an eye toward playing the title role. He praised the 90-year-old as "probably the most important musical influence in my life". "I'm glad I had a chance to know, love, and work with Chuck Berry during my life and career", she said in a statement to Entertainment Weekly. "Rock "n" roll music".

Berry said at the time he was dedicating the album to his wife of almost 70 years, Thelmetta aka Toddy, noting in a statement, "This record is dedicated to my beloved Toddy". "He took it from a rhythm, background instrument, and he intuitively choreographed the first great rock "n' roll stage moves. whether it was playing it behind his head, between his legs, or of course, the inimitable duck walk". He had been due to release a new album, Chuck, his first studio album since 1979, this year.

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