Goodbye Chuck Berry

Goodbye Chuck Berry

RIP Chuck Berry.

The legendary singer and guitarist Chuck Berry, which is considered one of the pioneers of Rock ‘n’ Roll music died at 90 age, announced police from Missouri.

Barry was found without signs of life in his home yesterday around noon, police said. In his 70 years of career, Barry had a bunch of music hits, including “Roll Over Beethoven” and “Johnny B Goode”.

Chuck Berry poses for a portrait holding a Gibson hollowbody electric guitar in a scene from the movie “Go Johnny Go” which was released in June of 1959.

In 1984 he won a Grammy for Lifetime Achievement and was one of the first musicians in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1986.

Berry this year in his studio near his born place St. Louis after more than 35 years of absence recorded first album titled “Chuck”.


On his ninetieth birthday, Chuck Berry, shown here in 1970, announced the release of his first new album in thirty-eight years, “Chuck.”
Chuck Berry performs on The Big Beat, which was recorded in New York in 1959.
Chuck Berry performing at the 1984 Grammys, where he received a Lifetime Achievement Award.
Chuck Berry throws a ceremonial first pitch before the Arizona Diamonsbacks – St. Louis Cardinals baseball game at Busch Stadium in St. Louis on May 21, 2014.
Chuck Berry performs in Burgos, Spain, Sunday, Nov. 25, 2007, the last concert of his European tour.


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