Mark Badham posted this 24 March 2017

Have Chuck Berry on DVD from the 60's which is brilliant... watched a recording of a concert he did at the age of 76 and yes still brilliant... A TRUE LEGEND!!!.. a massive influence on every musician..


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Steven Huff posted this 04 July 2017

Chuck Berry was awesome! Influenced about every rock band that came after him. Huge influence on Angus Young. Basically, a lot of rock guitarists after him sound like supercharged/more overdriven Chuck Berry - Ted Nugent, Ace Frehley, Angus Young, etc. And a great songwriter, too. I have an album of greatest hits/songs with like 28 songs on it and I swear I've heard every one of them played on the radio at one time or another in my life.

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elianahermione3050 posted this 16 December 2017

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angelicamandy3050 posted this 16 December 2017

The Rolling Stones are profoundly disheartened to know about the death of Chuck Berry the band wrote in an announcement He was a genuine pioneer of shake roll and an enormous effect on us Chuck was a splendid guitarist artist and entertainer as well as above all he was an ace expert as a musician.Pay to Do my Essay

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