Chuck Berry & Led Zeppelin

Charles Edward Anderson Chuck Berry (born October 18, 1926) is an American guitarist, singer and songwriter, and one of the pioneers of Rock And Roll music. Led Zeppelin were an English rock band, active in the late 1960s and throughout the 1970s. 5.0/5

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Sorry, but an award Led Zeppelin, Queen, The Who, Bob Marley, Run DMC & Chuck Berry have never won, but Baha Men have, isn't worth your time
Taylor Swift has a Grammy. Led Zeppelin, the Who, Chuck Berry, Diana Ross and the Ramones' do not (outside lifetime achievement). So, yeah..
Today in Rock July Fifth Featured Artist Pearl Jam Pearl Jam Pearl Jam tops a USA Today Readers Poll as the "greatest American Rock group." Aerosmith is followed by Van Halen. Oddly, Journey, yes Journey, comes in at just behind the Eagles, but ahead of both The Doors (and R.E.M. (What? 2005 1940's The Band's Jaime Robert "Robbie" Robertson has a birthday. His last name at birth is Klegerman. 1943 1950's Michael Monarch, Steppenwolf’s original guitarist, has a birthday. The L.A. native is heard on “Born To Be Wild,” "Magic Carpet Ride" and "Rock Me.” 1950 Hip to be square. Huey Lewis is born. He lends his name to the ‘80s group Huey Lewis and the News and serves as their singer and main attraction. 1950 Elvis Presley auditions for Sun Records in Memphis. The session looks like a bust until Elvis cuts loose on “That’s All Right,” an old Blues number. The song becomes his first single and the rest is history. 1954 Ray Charles and Chuck Berry perform at the Newport Jazz Festival in Rhode Is . ...
"New Planet" Radio 89-FM...G December 28th: On this Day 1961, Danny Williams was at No.1 on the UK Singles Chart with 'Moon River', the Oscar-winning song was from the film Breakfast At Tiffany's. The Tokens were at No.1 on the US Singles Chart with 'The Lion Sleeps Tonight.' 1968, The Beatles went to No.1 on the US Album Chart with the 'White Album', the group's 12th US No.1 album. 1968, The three day Miami Pop festival took place, the first major rock festival held on the East Coast of the US, with Chuck Berry, The McCoys, Joni Mitchell, Fleetwood Mac, Marvin Gaye, The Turtles, The Box Tops, Steppenwolf, Three Dog Night, Pacific Gas and Electric, Procol Harum, Canned Heat, Iron Butterfly and The Grateful Dead. more 1968, Vanilla Fudge appeared at the Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, Canada supported by Led Zeppelin on their first US tour. 1968, Pink Floyd appeared at the two day festival Flight To Lowlands Paradise II, Margriethal-Jaarbeurs, Utrecht, The Netherlands, (replacing Jimi Hendrix). Other acts app ...
December 26th 1991: Ted Nugent gave an anti-drug message to fans before a concert in Saginaw, MI telling fans “Jimi Hendrix thought I was stupid, and I thought he was a god. Now he’s dead, & I’m still Ted.” 1981: AC/DC reached number one on the Billboard 200 Album Chart for the first time with For Those About to Rock (We Salute You) which began a three-week run on top of the chart. They didn’t top the Album Chart again until 2008’s Black Ice. 1976: The Sex Pistols recorded “God Save the Queen” at Wessex Studios in London. The song went on to reach number two on the U.K. Singles Chart the following year. 1970: George Harrison reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart for the first time as a solo artist with “My Sweet Lord” which topped the chart for four weeks. 1968: Led Zeppelin began their first North American tour at the Denver Auditorium supporting Vanilla Fudge and the MC5. 1967: The Doors and Chuck Berry began a three night stand at San Francisco’s Winterland Bal ...
This Day in Rock History -- Nov 19 1957 – Chicago radio station WCFL bans Elvis Presley’s records from the airwaves and is picketed by the local chapter of the Elvis Artist Pages. Its policy remains in effect. 1965 – Roger Daltrey walks out on a Who performance at London’s Glad Rags Ball after they experience trouble with the P.A 1968 – The Supremes perform at the Royal Variety Show in London, with Queen Elizabeth in attendance. 1971 – B.B. King marks his 25th anniversary in music by opening a European tour in London. 1973 – Led Zeppelin begin sessions for their sixth album by recording a demo called “Driving to Kashmir.” The song title would later be shortened to just plain “Kashmir.” The sessions break up when John Paul Jones threatens to leave the band to become a choirmaster. 1976 – George Harrison and Paul Simon are taped for a sketch on Saturday Night Live. 1979 – Chuck Berry is released from Lompoc Prison, Calif., after serving a sentence for income tax evasion. 1983--Quie ...
Led Zeppelin is (or should be) the gold standard of rock...What all modern bands should try to achieve is a combination of the sultry rockabilly/danceability of Elvis and early rock in general like The Big Bopper, Chuck Berry etc...And then finally the majesty and epic guitar assault of Zeppelin...With some modern influences, like a groove, modern beats. Think Dubstep or electro-pop meet classic rock.
6/4 This day in music... 1969, Janis Joplin, Led Zeppelin, Johnny Winter, Delaney and Bonnie, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Canned Heat, Joe Cocker, Blood Sweat & Tears, Chuck Berry, Spirit, Chicago and Paul Butterfield all appeared at the two-day Atlanta Pop Festival, Byron, Georgia. 1969, The Doors appeared at the Willingdon Juvenile Detention Home For Girls in Vancouver, Canada. 1970, Cliff Richard released his 50th single 'Goodbye Sam, Hello Samantha.' The song peaked at No.6 on the UK chart. 1971, Donald McPherson lead singer of US soul group Main Ingredient died of leukaemia aged 30. Had the 1972 hit song, 'Everybody Plays the Fool'. 1973, Slade drummer Don Powell was badly injured in a car crash in which his girlfriend was killed. 1974, Despite the fact that they have the No.4 song in the US with 'Rikki Don't Lose That Number' and a current Platinum album with 'Pretzel Logic', Steely Dan's Walter Becker and Donald Fagan play their final gig together in Santa Monica, California. They would not tour ...
This day in music history; 1963, The Rolling Stones released their debut single, Come On. Recorded the previous month, the track was originally written and released by Chuck Berry in 1961. 1964, During their first ever US tour The Rolling Stones were booed off stage at a gig in San Antonio, Texas. Some performing Monkeys who had been the act on before the Stones were brought back on stage for another performance. 1964, During a world tour, The Beatles flew from Amsterdam to Hong Kong. When the plane stopped to refuel in Beirut, police turned firefighting foam on hundreds of fans who had invaded the runway at the airport. 1969, The Who's fourth album, 'Tommy' album entered the UK chart, peaking at No.2. One of two full-scale rock operas from The Who (the other being the 1973 'Quadrophenia'). The double album tell's a loose story about a "deaf, dumb and blind boy" who becomes the leader of a messianic movement, Tommy was the first musical work to be billed overtly as a rock opera. 1977, Led Zeppelin played ...
THREE DAYS until my marathon! You can listen to (most of) the music I'll be listening to while I'm running. I've spent a lot of time picking out the tunes for my race day playlist, and I've recreated it on Spotify for your listening pleasure: Spotify doesn't have everything in my playlist, so it'll skip over some of the songs (I did replace The Beatles' "Rock And Roll Music" with the rather similar Chuck Berry original, but other Beatles songs aren't so replaceable. Same with Led Zeppelin). But it's still a pretty cool way to "sing along" with my race. All of the music was picked for its tempo, which matches my stride tempo. It'll hopefully keep me from going out of the gate too fast and keep up-to-speed at the end. If you're new to Spotify, don't worry, it's just the hip new thing all the youngsters are doing these days. It requires a software download, and a free account sign up, but is harmless. In fact, it's probably the greatest thing to happen to the music industry since the iTunes Store rescu ...
Adam Bomb is one of the top glam rock acts touring Europe over the past 5 years. A high-voltage performer, cult figure from NEW YORK and a living legend for rock purists Adam himself is the featured lead guitarist on John Paul Jones´ (Led Zeppelin) most recent solo album, The Thunderthief. He is also the lead guitarist & musical force on Hanoi Rocks frontman Michael Monroe´s last solo record, Whatcha Want. As a concert guitarist, Adam has played live on stage and in the studio with Chuck Berry, John Paul Jones of Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix bassist Noel Redding, Cliff Williams of AC/DC, Billy Idol, Axl Rose, Johnny Thunders, Guns ‘n’ Roses drummer Steven Adler, Sylvain Sylvain of The New York Dolls, *** Taylor of The Rolling Stones, Marc Bolan backup singers Flo & Eddie, Lemmy from Motorhead, Dee Dee Ramone, Jimmy Crespo (Aerosmith), Jason Bonham, Yngwie Malmsteen, and the list go es on…
today in rock: Sgt. Presley leaves the Army after a two year hitch. Elvis gets discharged at Fort Dix, NJ. 1960 Ike Turner cuts "Rocket 88," a song many consider the first Rock n’ Roll record. Three months later it tops the R&B chart. 1951 Chuck Berry performs "Almost Grown" and "Little Queenie" on American Bandstand. 1959 Led Zeppelin give their inaugural public performance of “Stairway To Heaven” at Belfast's Ulster Hall. According to bassist John Paul Jones the audience is unimpressed. 1971 “The Osbournes” debuts on MTV. Ozzy is on top again. 2002
Grammys mean nothing. Queen never won a Grammy. Neither did Led Zeppelin, Chuck Berry, The Doors, Hendrix, Bob Marley, The Grateful Dead, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Tupac, or Rush. But do you know what they had that most this years nominees don't have? Talent.
How irrelevant are the Grammys? The following is a partial list of artists who have never gotten a Grammy: Led Zeppelin, The Doors, Queen, Jimi Hendrix, The Kinks, Janis Joplin, The Supremes, Chuck Berry(!) - and who has won? Milli Vanilli, Christopher Cross ( remember him- one album and then poof!) The Chipmunks, The Vaudeville Band ( one song-Winchester Cathedral), Will Smith (!!!), Baja men ( who cares who let the dogs out?) Conclusion: The Grammys are meaningless...
It's hard to believe that Queen, Diana Ross, The Who, Bob Marley, Led Zeppelin, The Beach Boys, Chuck Berry, Dusty Springfield have never won even ONE Grammy award.and yet, not that I'm singling them out, but Beyonce has won SIXTEEN, and Kanye West has won EIGHTEEN. .Work that one out ?
"What do Led Zeppelin, Chuck Berry, Queen, the Beach Boys, Diana Ross, the Grateful Dead, The Who, The Kinks, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Janis Joplin, Buddy Holly, The Doors, Bob Marley, and Neil Young all have in common? None of these acts have won a Grammy. Here are some more thought-provoking music-biz facts for you: 1. Ke$ha’s “TiK ToK” sold more copies than any Beatles single. 2. Rihanna has 10 No. 1 singles and six Grammy Awards. Led Zeppelin has 0 and 0. 3. Lil Wayne has charted the most Billboard Hot 100 hits (109) of any solo artist. Before Wayne, Elvis Presley held the record with 108 Hot 100 hits. But let’s remember the King’s chart successes transpired over the course of 54 years, starting in 1958 when Billboard introduced the Hot 100. 4. Flo Rida’s “Low” has sold 8 million copies in five years. The Beatles’ “Hey Jude” has sold 8 million copies as well, but it took 44 years. Has the world gone mad? I’ve had my suspicions for a while that the world is, if not completely mental, not ...
Ya know.I freakin love ROCK 'N ROLL!! I cannot imagine life without it.Otherwise my life would not 'Rock' like it does now.Thank ya to thee early 60's-70's Rockers "Elvis Presley, The Doors, Jerry Lee Lewis, Led Zeppelin, Kiss, Thin Lizzy, Iron Maiden, Jimmy Hendrix, The Rolling Stones, Janis Joplin, Aerosmith, Motorhead, Grateful Dead, Def Leppard, Black Sabbath, AC/DC, Judas Priest, Ratt, Peter Frampton, Scorpions, Quiet Riot, Accept, Chuck Berry, Nazareth, Dokken, Neil Young, Alice Cooper, Saxon, Anvil, & Van Halen (to name a few)" for bringing us thee best music ever!! All ur music will live on cuz we still rock 'em today!! \,,/ Cuz ROCK 'N ROLL & METAL will never die.Btw, Happy Freaky Friday y'all and rock out ur day & wknd!! Enjoy!! ;0)
This Day in Rock... 1951 – Johnny Ramone – the Ramones’ famed one-chord guitarist – is born in Long Island, N.Y. His real name is John Cummings. 1957 – Jerry Lee Lewis cuts “Great Balls of Fire” after a lengthy dispute with his producer over whether he was supposed to be playing the devil’s music. 1962 – The young Beatles record a session at Liverpool, England’s EMI Studios to be played on Radio Luxembourg’s Friday Spectacular program. 1964 – Ringo Starr successfully passes his driving test on the same day the Beatles have their first recording session for “I Feel Fine.” 1968 – “Mama” Cass Elliot plays her first solo gig at Las Vegas’ Caesars Palace. 1968 – The Beatles work on recording “The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill,” and Yoko Ono cuts the first female “lead vocal” on a Beatles song. 1977 – Jimmy Page plays down rumors of a Led Zeppelin split at the band’s Swan Song offices. 1987 – Chuck Berry receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame the sa ...
Hi facerockers..., you know what you get when you blend up Elvis, Led Zeppelin, Dylan, The Beatles, Freddy Mercury, Little Richard and Chuck Berry? Jack White I say! Check out "I'M SHAKIN". There ain't to many guys out there bleedin it out like this boy, a bizaar groover... can't get enuff of this playa. Anyways., off to enjoy this magnificent, smikin HOT S. Fla. weekend to the absolute fullest ..."HOTCHA"!!
Today was dancercise! The mix was Surfer Girl-Beach Boys, Before the Lobotomy-Green Day, Too Much Monkey Business-Chuck Berry, and Houses of the Holy-Led Zeppelin.
I'm tired of people saying 'Kids today have no idea what this is' or that if you weren't born in the 80s or earlier, you don't know what life is. I was born in 1990 so I'm still fairly young. I have used cassette tapes, VHS, floppy disks, dial up, records, and have actually dialed on a phone. My favorite music ranges from the late 50s to the early 90s. Rush, AC/DC, Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Kiss, Johnny Cash, Chuck Berry, The Beatles, Buffalo Springfield, The Doors, Neil Young, Cream, CCR, and Rainbow, to name a few. And just because most kids born in '97 don't use these things, I'm sure they know tons of things about the modern world that you don't.
Today In Music History, May 10 - 1960 - The Silver Beetles (John Lennon, Paul Mccartney, George Harrison, Stuart Sutcliffe, and Tommy Moore) auditioned for promoter Larry Parnes and singer Billy Fury for a job as Fury's backing group. 1963 - The Rolling Stones recorded the Chuck Berry song 'Come On', at Olympic Studios, London. This the bands first release was issued on the 7th June 1963 by Decca Records. 1964 - Bob Dylan arrived in Britain for his first major UK tour including a show at London's Royal Festival Hall on the 17th of this month. 1969 - The Turtles gave a special performance at the White House as guests of Trica Nixon. 1969 - Led Zeppelin made their first appearance on the UK Album Chart when the band's debut Album Charted at No. 6, going on to spend 71 weeks on the UK chart. It entered the US chart the following week at No. 10. Recorded in around 36 hours, the album is now considered one of the most important debuts in rock, creating an entirely new interpretation of the Rock And Roll genre, ...
ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE PUBLISHED THIS ARTICLE AWHILE AGO and i thought i'd make a fantastic video. the list is VERY critisized, me knowing more than anyone, cause i read the comments LOL. click MORE INFO TO VIEW FULL LIST (1-100) DANG!!! 1000 hits in 2 days, that's five times more than the first post of this. BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!! i had to take it off cuz the Jimmy Page vid i had b4 was copyrighted, but now i have better vids for him, duane, and keith. before they used to be REALLY bad, specially Duane. heres the list: 1. Jimi Hendrix 2. Duane Allman of the Allman Brothers Band 3. B.B. King 4. Eric Clapton 5. Robert Johnson 6. Chuck Berry 7. Stevie Ray Vaughan 8. Ry Cooder 9. Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin 10. Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones 11. Kirk Hammett of Metallica 12. Kurt Cobain of Nirvana 13. Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead 14. Jeff Beck 15. Carlos Santana 16. Johnny Ramone of the Ramones 17. Jack White of the White Stripes 18. John Frusciante of the Red Hot Chili Peppers 19. Richard Thomps ...
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