Chuck Berry & Ray Charles

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. Ray Charles Robinson (September 23, 1930June 10, 2004), known by his shortened stage name Ray Charles, was an American musician. 5.0/5

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Taylor Hackford had so many interesting stories to tell! Chuck Berry, Keith Richards, Ray Charles, Jamie Foxx, the…
I can name a handful of artists better than Elvis. Fats Domino, Lloyd Price,Ray Charles, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, etc
if she knew better, she'd know that Ray Charles, Little Richard, and Chuck Berry should be LOUIS RICH from annual equity. But racism.
We're happy to announce that Peter Case will be playing the 2015 Kerrville Folk Festival! What kind of music does he play? Well, here's how he describes his influences - take your pick: What do you see as your greatest musical influences? My big sisters Susan & Phyl played rock & roll records around the house-when i was just a toddler-it was the rock n roll era: early Elvis Presley (Jailhouse Rock, Hound Dog etc.), Everly Brothers, Chuck Berry, Fats Domino ,Link Wray, Richie Valens ,Ray Charles etc...Phyl played piano in the stride style, ala Fats Waller: standards,boogie woogie etc...i loved all of that.. the first record I bought myself was a Beatles single...then Sue came back from school & we were all listening to Dylan..."Mr Tambourine Man"-the whole folk & folk rock movement hit me in a big way...in 1967 or so i heard Mississippi John Hurt on a Vanguard album I found at a local library... "Today"...that one changed my whole outlook.. when I was sixteen I hitch hiked over to Boston & saw Lightnin H . ...
On This Day: African American Life in Detroit in 1987: Aretha Franklin is inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame. With a hugely successful recording career that spans more than 25 years and includes 12 Grammy awards, Franklin becomes the first woman to join the list of music icons, which includes: Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley, Ray Charles, Buddy Holly, James Brown, Alan Freed, Robert Johnson and Little Richard.
Another cracking practice with the Sugar Shakers, with thanks to Ray Charles, Chuck Berry and Johnny Winter, and a nod to Muddy Waters,
This Labor Day Weekend, Rhythm Radio puts its regular countdown format on hiatus to bring you 60 full hours of Classic Albums. Log on this weekend and you'll hear full-length LPs by some of the greatest Rhythm & Blues and Soul-music luminaries of the '50s, '60s and early 70s! Our Classic Albums Weekend kicks off at 12:00 noon EDT on Friday, August 29th, and repeats through 12:01 a.m. EDT on Monday, September 1st. This is what you'll hear: 1. "After School Session," Chuck Berry [1957] 2. "Here's Little Richard!" [1957] 3. "This is Fats Domino" [1956] 4. "The Paragons Meet The Jesters" [1959] 5. "Bo Diddley" [1958] 6. "The Genius of Ray Charles" [1959] 7. "Down and Out Blues," Sonny Boy Williamson [1959] 8. "Dedicated to You," The “5” Royales [1958] 9. "At Last," Etta James [1960] 10. "Two Steps from the Blues," Bobby “Blue” Bland [1961] 11. "Live at the Apollo," James Brown [1963] 12. "Night Beat," Sam Cooke [1963] 13. "Presenting the Fabulous Ronettes featuring Veronica" [1964] 14. "Live at the Re ...
ON THIS DAY IN MUSIC August 6th (Don't forget to LIKE/FOLLOW AMERICANA MUSIC FOUNDATION and PULL DOWN and CHECK RECEIVE NOTIFICATIONS to make sure you get your daily posts of daily history everyday). 1955: Elvis Presley's first number one record was released. The song was called "I Forgot to Remember to Forget" and when it hit the top of the US Country charts several months later, it stayed there for 5 weeks. 1955: "A Fool for You" by Ray Charles & His Band topped the R&B chart. 1956: Chuck Berry, LaVern Baker, Frankie Lymon and Connie Francis (singing for Tuesday Weld) began work on the movie Rock, Rock, Rock! 1960: The Beatles went to evaluate drummer Pete Best at the Casbah Coffee Club in Liverpool, England. 1960: Chubby Checker performed his smash hit "The Twist" on American Bandstand. "THE TWIST" IS ONE OF ONLY TWO SONGS TO RE-ENTER THE CHARTS AND RETURN TO # 1.THIS HAPPENED IN September 1960 AND 18 months later in 1962 for two weeks in January. THE OTHER IS BING CROSBY'S "WHITE CHRISTMAS. 196 ...
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 . ...
Esp. when white folks would ban artists.like Chuck Berry & Ray Charles in their homes...
Art Laboe Memories of El Monte "The El Monte Legion could hold up to 3,000 people. Art would put on a show every other week for three years. Some of the acts to appear at the El Monte Legion Stadium were, Jerry Lee Lewis, Jackie Wilson, Ritchie Valens, Chuck Berry, Jackie Wilson and Ray Charles"….
Today, in the history of Rock and Roll, May 29th: 1945: Procol Harum founder Gary Brooker has a birthday. The singer-songwriter-pianist is from London. 1959: Herndon Stadium in Atlanta holds one of the first outdoor rock concerts, featuring Ray Charles, Jimmy Reed, and B.B. King. Nine thousand people attend. 1961: Melissa Etheridge is born in Leavenworth, KS. 1971: Three dozen audiences members attending today's Grateful Dead show at San Francisco's Winterland Ballroom are treated for hallucinations after drinking apple juice purposefully spiked with LSD (some say by the band themselves). 1971: The Rolling Stones have the album, “Sticky Fingers” and the single, “Brown Sugar.” People claim the song’s lyrics are sexist, racist and/or about drugs. With all that controversy, how could it miss? 1972: After seeing his protest song "Give Ireland Back To The Irish" banned by the BBC for its content, Paul Mccartney puckishly rush releases a version of the nursery rhyme "Mary Had A Little Lamb" as the fol ...
Nicknamed The Black Pearl, the Town of Atlantic Beach has a unique historic context that is a blend of Gullah/Geechee heritage and historic black ownership. The town was created out of segregation, and it remains one of only two black-owned and black governed oceanfront towns on the east coast today. During its heyday, which extended from the 1930’s until desegregation, Atlantic Beach was a place where black men and women brought their families to vacation. They also invested in the Town by purchasing property and opening businesses: hotels, restaurants, night clubs, and novelty shops that flourished. Additionally, the Town became a hub for black musicians and entertainers traveling the east coast and quickly became a hub for black entertainment.   When blues, jazz and R&B bands performed along the Grand Strand they usually spent the night in Atlantic Beach where they continued to play in jam sessions way into the early morning hours. Artists included Marvin Gaye, Ray Charles, Chuck Berry, Otis Redding ...
This is a fair and clever summary of what happened between 1949 and 1954, when black and white musical traditions cross-educated each other, and then disc jockey Alan Freed popularized the phrase "rock and roll," which was black slang for having sex.   Now along comes Rolling Stone magazine, huckstering a commercial myth to sell magazines, get advertising, and make a buck. Along the way, they falsify and simplify the history of America's music.   The current issue, which celebrates the 50th anniversary of the creation of rock 'n' roll and is stuffed with advertisements, declares that Elvis Presley invented the music. This is revisionist history as a marketing gimmick.   No one person started rock 'n' roll. It was a black and white alloy of Fats Domino, Lloyd Price, Ike Turner, Hank Williams, Joe Turner, Louis Jordan, Ray Charles, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Buddy Holly - and Elvis Presley.   Presley himself never claimed to have invented rock 'n' roll. He always talked ab ...
Hey it's Johnny Maraca. Tonight on the Rock and Roll Riot, The Chords go Sh-boom, plus Chuck Berry, Ray Charles...
# This is RS magazine's list of the 20 greatest artists of all time. # 1. The Beatles - Makes sense. Some of the most influential albums of all time are the works of these lads. What else can you say? # 2. Bob Dylan - I could argue with this one. He's a legend, but number 2? # 3. Elvis Presley - Very successful, the king of rock n roll of course, but he was very controlled by his manager. # 4. Rolling Stones - Often called 'Anti-Beatles', definitely top 5 # 5. Chuck Berry - Probably invented Rock n Roll. Deserves to be here. # 6. Jimi Hendrix - First guitar god, I believe. Revolutionary player # 7. James Brown - Godfather of soul, is it? Great showman # 8. Little Richard - American Rock & Roll/R & B singer and pianist # 9. Aretha Franklin - I think she was the first woman to be inducted into the rock n roll Hall Of Fame. I'll look that up later. # 10. Ray Charles - American R&B singer and pianist # 11. Bob Marley - Jamaican reggae singer # 12. The Beach Boys - Some of the catchiest songs I ever heard. # 1 ...
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In 1926, a Harvard scholar by the name of Dr. Carter G. Woodson organized the first annual *** History Week. The said event happened on the second week of February which also coincides with the birthdays of two great civil rights leaders - Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass. Today, the month of February is known as Black History Month. In honor of this celebration, here are several profiles of famous African-American musicians. Louis Armstrong - Musician and composer of jazz music, known as one of the founding fathers of jazz. Chuck Berry - Blues and rock and roll guitarist and vocalist. James Brown - Vocalist and keyboardist of Soul, R&B, Funk, Pop and Dance music genres. Ray Charles - Known as "The Genius," he was a gospel singer/songwriter and pianist. Nat King Cole - He started out as a pianist and later became known as a vocalist. John Coltrane - Influential tenor jazz saxophonist. Edmond Dede - Violin prodigy and Orchestra Conductor at the Alcazar Theatre for 27 years. Duke Ellington - Compose . ...
Honored to have Banana joining in the jam with Barry Melton on May 31 at Venice Spring Fling - Free Festival :-) Banana's infatuation with Americana music started in the early fifties growing up in Santa Rosa California when he discovered the 'race station' KWBR in Oakland and started hearing the likes of and buying the records of Lightning Hopkins, Jimmy Reed, John Lee Hooker, Big Bill Broonzy, Little Willie John, James Brown, and on and on. Then along came Chuck Berry and Ray Charles, and Little Richard and Fats Domino and Elvis and by that time he had learned enough piano to play with a group of local Philly style street corner singers called The Chandells. They got to go to LA to make a record but he was too young to go. He got hooked on guitar as a teen and then the banjo of Pete Seeger and The New Lost City Ramblers and then, just before heading off to Boston University, he heard Flatt and Scruggs for the first time. A life changing experience. One that added a permanent place in his heart and in h ...
Ma sì… King Elmore was born, so was Duke Ellington Jelly Roll made love, Bessie Smith was created in heaven above Robert Johnson sang the blues, Shick Webb did those things that only he could do. Charlie Christian started a new thing, and, oh my, how Billie Holiday could sing. Alan Freed rock and rolled, Joe Turner's voice was very low. B.B. King wailed, Charlie Parker cried, Louis Jordan smiled Ray Charles moaned, Chuck Berry rock and rolled. Fats Domino made me feel good, Elvis Presley did things that no one thought he could Then came the Beatles, Rolling Stones, whole new thing was going on. Frank Zappa zapped…
October 31st: On this Day 1952, Pianist Johnnie Johnson hired 26 year old Chuck Berry as a guitarist in his band. While playing evening gigs in the St. Louis area, Berry kept his day job as a hairdresser for the next three years. 1954, Vera Lynn was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'My Son, My Son.' The singers only No.1 hit. Lynn who had three songs in the first ever Top 12 in 1952 was known as the "Forces Sweetheart" during World War II. 1959, The Quarry Men decided to change their name to Johnny and the Moondogs. The band were in Liverpool auditioning for the Carrol Levis show. The Quarry Men featured John Lennon, Paul Mccartney and George Harrison. 1964, The Supremes started a four week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Baby Love', the group's second of five consecutive US No.1's. The group were formally known as the five piece group The Primettes. 1964, Ray Charles was arrested by Logan Airport customs officials in Boston and charged with possession of heroin. This was his third drug char ...
"Music of the 1950's reflected the beginnings of major social changes in the world and in the US, especially. Rock 'n' Roll, R&B, and traditional pop ruled the charts while radio and television connected the country in our musical tastes and exposed the nation to a greater variety of artists and styles. Some of the first major superstars of music emerged from this decade with people like Elvis Presley dominating the airwaves and the minds of young girls. Popular Genres: Traditional Pop, Rock 'n' Roll, Rhythm & Blues, Country, Jazz, Blues, Calypso, Vocal Jazz Popular Artists: Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, Buddy Holly, Fats Domino, The Everly Brothers, Patti Page, Doris Day, Johnny Cash, Nat King Cole, Tony Bennett, Dean Martin, Pat Boone, Gene Autry, Patsy Cline, Same Cooke, Hank Williams, Teresa Brewer, Ritchie Valens, Harry Belafonte, Ray Charles"
in defense of the decade: Elvis, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, Ray Charles, Fats Domino
Tandy Gonce, Trevor Rogers As you know ... I grew up in Corpus Christi Texas, a lovely town in the tip of south Texas on the gulf coast. Life was easy back then. I have always been very interested in music. Somehow from an early age (five or six), I started listening to popular music on the radio. I loved the songs from the 1930 and 1940s (The Great American Songbook Era), and still love new jazz versions of these great tunes. The big band era was before my-time, but I loved the sound. In addition, I liked country and western music. Recently, I was saddened to hear that George Jones died. I loved his music. I loved rhythm and blues back when B.B. King was hollering (I still love BB). I loved Big Joe Turner though my junior high years. A few years later, I loved Elvis, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis and all the founders of Rock and Roll. And, Oh yea, the one and only Chuck Berry. And the one and only Ray Charles! When I go back and listen to many of the Ray Charles songs, I realize what huge influence h . ...
S/O to Chuck Berry, Danny & The Juniors, Ray Charles, Alan Freed, Bill Haley, Jackie Brenston, you can thank them all for rock n roll.
"James Brown, Ray Charles, Jackie Wilson, Chuck Berry and Little Richard - I think they had strong influences on a...
Jerry Wexler, Atlantic Records’ legendary producer, describes Etta James as “the greatest of all modern blues singers...the undisputed Earth Mother.” Her raw, unharnessed vocals and hot-blooded eroticism has made disciples of singers ranging from Janis Joplin to Bonnie Raitt. James’ pioneering 1950s hits - “The Wallflower” and “Good Rockin’ Daddy” - assure her place in the early history of rock and roll alongside Little Richard, Chuck Berry and Ray Charles. In the Sixties, as a soulful singer of pop and blues diva compared with the likes of Dinah Washington and Billie Holiday, James truly found her musical direction and made a lasting mark. James was born Jamesetta Hawkins in Los Angeles in 1938. Though brought up in the church, she was drawn to rhythm & blues and rock and roll, and by her midteens had formed a vocal trio that worked up an answer song to Hank Ballard’s “Work With Me Annie” entitled “Roll With Me Henry.” The trio caught the attention of bandleader Johnny Otis, w ...
Mickey Baker   MacHouston Baker was an American guitarist who is widely held to be a critical force in the bridging of rhythm and blues and rock and roll, (along with Bo Diddley, Ike Turner, and Chuck Berry).  While Baker worked with and recorded with several artists throughout his career, his best work was considered his duo Mickey & Sylvia, which was inspired by Les Paul & Mary Ford.  His guitar riffs were considered to be more bold and piercing than almost anything in the late 50's.  The duo's hit "Love is Strange" featured his famous, bluesy guitar riffs.  Throughout his career Baker also worked with The Drifters, Ray Charles, Ivory Joe Hunter, Big , Louis Jordan, Coleman Hawkins, Joe Turner, Ruth Brown, Big Maybelle, and Ike & Tina Turner
Listening to some good ole soulful Ray Charles, Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard, Bo Diddley, Carl Perkins, Bill Haley, Fats Domino, Sam Cooke, Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, Jackie Wilson.man...what the heck happened to real music like this? Today's music has it all wrong!
Thursday, Jan. 10. THE Richard Sherman TRIO - CD Release Party, with guest vocalist BILI REDD. Playing keyboards since age ten, Richard Sherman has played with Nancy Wilson and Bob Conti, and has played the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, The Jonathan Club, and Manhattan Jazz. Adam Cohen, bass, has played for Ray Charles, Engelbert Humperdinck, and Connie Stevens, and sits in at the Gardenia Open Mikes. His latest individual CD is entitled Ritual. Jon Stuart, on drums, has played with Chuck Berry, The Platters, The Drifters, Cab Calloway, and LeAnn Rimes, and once received a standing ovation for “battling the master” Louis Bellson and holding his own. This trio packs them in at Terranea Resort every Friday and Saturday night, but is joined for this show by three-time Grammy winner and Gospel Music Hall of Fame inductee Bili Redd, who has sung at Carnegie Hall as well as for the Queen of England, and has worked with Quincy Jones, Melissa Manchester, Sarah Vaughn, George Benson, and Andre’ Crouch. Thes ...
Ray Charles & Chuck Berry at the end of the day makes me smile!!! Happy Monday everyone!
I think for Christmas, I want a bunch of Chuck Berry, Muddy Waters, Ray Charles, Aerosmith, AC/DC, Jimi Hendrix, & Eric Clapton albums
Chuck Berry, Etta James, Ray Charles, Muddy Waters, Little Walter, BB King, Howlin Wolf... I love and respect all of you.
I'm studying this morning listening to the BLUES and loving it. BLUES from guys Muddy Water, Little Walter, Lonnie Brook, Ray Charles, Chuck Berry and the list goes on ...
Happy 83rd Bearthday to The Timeless Spirit of The Great Vocalist/Master Blues Composer, Nappy Brown! ... Let me tell ya' a lil' short story 'bout Nappy Brown. Born Napoleon Culp, He took on His Father's surname, Brown. He had a deep raw voice and a powerful delivery derived from gospel and o... He could write some songs... even 'bout a pencil fallin' on the floor. ... Jackie Wilson Said, "Ol' Nappy *** near wrote a song every day!" ... He was a Blues recording artist for Savoy Records. He traveled and played almost everyday of His career (why a lot of folks never got to know of Him, outside the music industry.) ... with folks like Jackie Wilson, Billy Ward & The Dominoes, Chuck Berry, James Brown & The Famous Flames, Ray Charles, Muddy Waters, Little Walter, Howlin' Wolf, Little Richard, Screamin' Jay Hawkins, Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson, and "T-Bone" Walker. He used to often tell Howlin' Wolf and Ray Charles in the studio, "When you hit that stage with this song... You got ta' "put it on 'em!" "Make 'em ...
Photo by Jim Allen These dancers were enjoying the classic beach music provided by Billy Scott and his well known band at Music on Main at the horseshoe in North Myrtle Beach. Coastal Carolina University will host the second annual Beach Music Hall Of Fame Induction ceremony on Sunday, Sept. 9, at 6 p.m. in CCU's Wheelwright Auditorium. The seven artists to be honored are Chuck Berry, Earl Bostic, Ray Charles, The Coasters, The Embers, The Inkspots and The Platters, as well as a tribute to the late Etta James. The 10 songs to be honored are "Fever," recorded by Little Willie John; "Flamingo," recorded by Earl Bostic; "Good Rockin’ Tonight," recorded by Wynonie Harris; "Honky Tonk," recorded by Bill Doggett; "In the Still of the Night," recorded by the Five Satins; "Just a Gigolo," recorded by Louie Prima; "Lawdy Miss Claudy," recorded by Lloyd Price; "Money Honey," recorded by The Drifters; "Rock Around the Clock," recorded by Bill Haley and his Comets; and "Searchin’," recorded by The Coasters. “It ...
From Dizzy Gillespie to Ray Charles to Chuck Berry to John Lennon to Snoop Dogg, shape our sonic lives.
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ATTENTION: I'm selling 7" vinyl records and 45's. FOR SALE: BB King, Chuck Berry, Sam Cooke, Ray Charles, James Brown, Otis Redding, Booker T, The Isley Brothers and The Supremes. They're all the original releases, hit me up if interested.
the R&R Hall Of Fame is getting to be a joke. the inaugural year (1986) you have Elvis, Buddy Holly, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Sam Cooke, Fats Domino, James Brown, The Everly Brothers and Ray Charles (among others) inducted. this year.Guns & Roses and Red Hot Chili Peppers? i don't get it.
THESE ARE THE SONGS WE WAS RAISED UP WITH GREAT MEMORIES 1 James Brown get on the good foot 2. Ray Charles hit the road jack 3. Stevie Wonder up tight 4. Aretha Franklin respect 5. Marvin Gaye inner city blues 6. Sam Cooke another saturday night 7. Fats Domino blue berry hill 8. Louis Jordan buzz me baby 9. The Temptations get ready 10. Otis Redding dock of the bay 11. Little Richard tutti fruitti 12. Sly & the Family Stone dance to the music 13. Michael Jackson A B C 14. Chuck Berry roll over beethoven 15. Curtis Mayfield / The Impressions were a winner 16. Al Green lets stay together 17. Diana Ross & the Supremes cant hurry love 18. Prince i would die for you 19. Smokey Robinson & the Miracles going to as go go 20. Parliament-Funkadelic give up the funk 21. Bo Diddley who do you love 22. Jackie Wilson whispers getting louder 23. Tina Turner proud mary 24. The Four Tops reach out 25. Earth, Wind & Fire get away 26. The Isley Brothers between the sheets 27. Gladys Knight & the Pips heard it through the gr ...
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