Chuck Berry


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Noun1.Chuck Berry - United States rock singer (born in 1931)
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CHUCK BERRY, BIRMINGHAM HIPPODROME (1964) SINGER, guitarist, songwriter, duck-walker 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.
1972: IF you were tuning into Top Of The Pops or Radio 1 this week in 1972, you would have found 50s rock and roller Chuck Berry back in the chart at number one with My Ding-A-Ling, the ultimate double entendre song
BIRTHDAYS TODAY: Chuck Berry, rock 'n' roller, 88; Barry Gifford, novelist, 68; Martina Navratilova, tennis legend, 58; Jean-Claude Van Damme, actor/ director, 54; Wynton Marsalis, jazz trumpeter/composer, 53; Michael Stich, former tennis player, 46; Robbie Savage, former footballer/ pundit, 40; Zac Efron, actor, 27.
Keith Richards congratulated Chuck Berry on the honour
The budding pop star took his three quarter sized Spanish guitar everywhere and had it signed by such famous names as Buddy Holly and The Crickets, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Billy Fury, Marty Wilde and Chuck Berry.
London, October 29 ( ANI ): Music legend Chuck Berry has revealed that he is planning to release his first studio album since 1979 - as soon as he finds a suitable business partner.
Mick made his debut in 1976 on the TV show New Faces, which led to a support slot with Chuck Berry.
The audience at the JFK Library in Boston included many dignitaries such as Leonard Cohen and Chuck Berry who were up for an award.
Surfing the wild, wild Web, I came upon Chuck Berry on YouTube.
That eclecticism reflects Thibodeau's own tastes, with range from Beethoven to the Rolling Stones, from Chuck Berry to R.