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Old 03-19-2017, 07:44 AM
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Default OT Chuck Berry Passed Away at 90, RIP

I listen to Chuck Berry quite often and was very sad to hear he passed away yesterday. I can listen to him for hours. He will be missed by millions. Johnny B Goode has to be one of the greatest songs of all time!! RIP Chuck

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I agree, saw this when I woke up this morning, very sad
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One of Rock n Rolls founding fathers.

If you like the Beach Boys, you also like Chuck Berry since they basically ripped him off completely in all their early hits.

I'm a big fan of both artists and not hating on the Beach Boys in any way but that is just a fact; one that not everyone knows...
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One of the greats. Saw him in the late 60s at my college concert.
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RIP Chuck!

I saw him perform in New Orleans in about 2012. New Orleans managed lots of shows from rock legends around then - I also saw Jerry Lee Lewis and Little Richard. Unfortunately the one I wanted to see most, Fats Domino, gave up performing because he has crippling stage fright.
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I listen to Chuck Berry quite often and was very sad to hear he passed away yesterday. I can listen to him for hours. He will be missed by millions. Johnny B Goode has to be one of the greatest songs of all time!! RIP Chuck

https://www.yahoo.com/music/hail-hai...035450173.html

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I watched a 1958 version of johnny B. Goode, he was way ahead of his time.

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I saw him at Bercy in Paris. We were dancing on the floor about 40 rows back and had a great view as we were taller than most of the Europeans. He must have been in his mid 60s and he still danced the night away and rocked the house!

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