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Browsing: Chuck Berry
If you are drawn to the highway, there is no other choice. It is just a natural fact because, as Tom Cochrane tells us, “Life Is A Highway.”
Here, in no particular order, is part one of our list. Happy Holidays!
Berry was the first member inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, a member of the Blues Hall of Fame, Songwriters Hall of Fame, a recipient of a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and a Kennedy Center Honor.
When the ES-335 was issued in 1958, the same year as Berry’s hit single “Sweet Little Sixteen,” he began using it and remained a torchbearer for the model until his death.
Music Photographer Danny Clinch: ‘It’s Always a Collaboration Between Me and the Artist’
“I love the life experience that I get from meeting these really interesting, creative people all the time.”
Mighty Joe Castro (of Mighty Joe Castro & the Gravamen) is seeking to inspire change with vintage sounds, not vintage values
World Premiere Track: “You Never Can Tell” Featuring Robben Ford From Mike Zito’s Rock n’ Roll – A Tribute to Chuck Berry
My first call was to Robben Ford to play guitar on this iconic track.
The label and its founders refused to record Guy playing in the style of his live shows, referring to it as “noise,” and instead they attempted to make his sound more widely accessible.
As a musical genre, it arguably dates back almost a century. But who really invented the music known as rock and roll? Here are the contenders.
The Memphis facility offers tours and builds the iconic hollow-body and semi-hollow bodies Gibson is known for…