Chuck Berry & Rolling Stones

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. The Rolling Stones are an English rock band, formed in London in April 1962 by Brian Jones (guitar, harmonica), Ian Stewart (piano), Mick Jagger (lead vocals, harmonica), and Keith Richards (guitar, vocals). 5.0/5

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Chuck Berry, Rolling Stones, & Dylan have been trending this week & they're not dead. If Rock & Rollers make it past 70, they live forever.
THE TAMI SHOW includes James Brown, the Rolling Stones, the Beach Boys, Chuck Berry, Marvin Gaye, Lesley Gore, The Supremes and many more!
just the list of names. Chuck Berry, James Brown, Rolling Stones, Diana Ross and the Supremes, Smokey Robinson, Jan & Dean, Beach Boys..
if you listen to The Beatles or Rolling Stones, light a candle for Chuck Berry and Bo Diddley.
...Chequers. The set list is dominated by rock 'n' roll standards and covers of Chuck Berry, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones…
Cast your mind back to the early Rolling Stones, Chuck Berry and that time when rock ’n’ roll/rhythm and blues was coming into its own as a genre with a raw, pumping and vibrant sound, you pretty much have Vintage Trouble in a nutshell. Almost
June 10th: On this Day 1956, American singer, actor Pat Boone was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'I'll Be Home.' Boone scored over 30 UK Top 40 hit singles during the 50's and early 60's and was the second biggest charting artist behind only Elvis Presley. 1964, The first edition of the official Rolling Stones book was issued, priced at one and six, (the publication ran for 30 issues). Also on this day, at producers Phil Spector’s suggestion, The Stones recorded It's All Over Now, I Can’t Be Satisfied and Time Is On My Side at Chess studios in Chicago. During the day, the Stones got to meet, Muddy Waters, Willie Dixon, Buddy Guy and Chuck Berry. More on The Rolling Stones 1964, On their first world tour The Beatles took a flight from Hong Kong to Australia making an unscheduled fuel stop in Darwin, where over 400 fans greet their aircraft. The Beatles then fly on to Sydney, where they arrive in the middle of a heavy downpour. The group were required to appear in an open-top truck in the pouring ...
I was watching HBO's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction ceremony the other night, so I started counting all of the Hall of Fame performers I have seen. In all, I have seen 27 HOF acts, including The Who, Police, the Rolling Stones, Simon and Garfunkel, Billy Joel, Rod Stewart, Ricky Nelson, Chuck Berry, Little Richard, The Beach Boys, Bob Dylan, the Four Seasons, The Everly Brothers, The Jackson 5, Crosby, Stills and Nash, Blondie, Heart and Smokey Robinson. I can't believe though that legendary singers like Bette Midler, Barbra Streisand, the Three Dog Night, Gloria Estefan, Peter, Paul & Mary, John Denver, Johnny Rivers, Johnny Mathis, Connie Francis, Chicago, Dionne Warwick, Lionel Richie, The Carpenters, Jim Croce, Helen Reddy, Kenny Rogers and Olivia Newton-John are not in the Rock Hall of Fame. There is a heavy bias against women in the HOF.
Patsy Cline,Chuck Berry ,Carter Family,Rolling Stones,Little Richie,Bruce Springsteen,Jimmy Barnes etc etc. Received 5 CD's from music collectors of R&B,Bluegrass,Rockabilly,Gospel etc music last year..first chance I've had a chance to listen. Still have a few CD's of artists from WA to listen to..only one man.. Good people spending $thousands every year,year after year to collect music from all over the world to share with radio stations and others,passionate people like me, to promote artists & songwriters. Wish that passion was contagious.
Do you like Joe Walsh, Scorpions, Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, Rolling Stones, ZZ Top, Queen, AC/DC, Green Day, Cheap Trick, Aerosmith, Beastie Boys, Krokus, J. Geils Band, Alice In Chains, Radiohead, Def Leppard, Grand Funk Railroad, Metallica, Neil Young, Quiet Riot, Led Zepplin, Deep Purple, Foghat, Golden Earring. Godsmack, Rage Against The MacHine, Chuck Berry. From Keith Parkhurst. The Water Buffaloes cover a lot of ground. We have three jam packed sets planned for the evening. We'll come out of the gate snorting, so you don't want to be late. There is sure to be something that causes you to throw up your horns whether you stampede through for one set, or stay and graze all night. Ooh ah wah!!
Papa and Nana are watching .Cadillac Records.Chuck Berry, Etta James, Jerry Lee Lewis, Beach Boys, Rolling Stones.etc
Looking for some live music this weekend? Look no further. We've got The Hot Rods!!! The Hot Rods are a high energy oldies show band from the San Francisco area. Classic hits from the 50's and 60's and more classic songs you remember. From Elvis and Buddy Holly to Chuck Berry and Fats Domino with a little Beach Boys, Beatles and Rolling Stones thrown in for fun; they bring the energy and excitement of the greatest era of Rock & Roll.
World's Top 100 Metal Guitarists Guitar world 100 greatest metal guitarists of all time: 1 Jimi Hendrix - Can't argue with this. With his output cut short, he could have been much greater. 2 Duane Allman of the Allman Brothers Band - Cetainly the greatest slide guitarist ever. Another career cut short. 3 B.B. King - I assume he's this high because of influence and what he accomplished in a long career. Technically, he's got the blues chops but doesn't really waver much from that. 4 Eric Clapton - I probably differ in opinion from many, but to me, Clapton peaked on Dekek and the Dominos and his solo records have been spotty at best. He was great for a time but never really blows me away. 5 Robert Johnson - Blues legend. Recordings aren't very listenable. Created so much but relatively unheard. I have trouble with this only because he really wasn't as good as many below him but without him, they wouldn't exist. 6 Chuck Berry - Should be no. 1 in my opinion. Created rock and roll guitar. People still try to ...
myRockworld concert review Johnny Winter live in munich at the Muffathall 9.4.2013 John Dawson Winter III is born in Beaumont, Texas in 1944 and he is one of the biggest guitarheroes alltime . Constantly shifting between simple country blues in the vein of Robert Johnson, to all-out electric slide guitar blues-rock, – Johnny has always been one of the most respected singers and guitar players in rock and the clear link between British blues-rock and American Southern rock. Together with his fine band, guitarplayer and Johnnys Manager Paul Nelson ( great solo cd LOOK) , bassplayer Scott Spray and the new drummer Tommy Curiale they started their Tour in Germany at the full Muffathall in munich with great Rock´n´Roll tunes from Chuck Berry and the Rolling Stones. After some strong Blues standards from the last cd Roots they played the alltime classics like Bob Dylans Highway 61 and Got My Mojo Workin' from Johnnys idol Muddy Waters. Johnny produced 4 best selling records with Muddy Waters in the 70s. At ...
# 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 ...
California rockers share stage with the Rolling Stones, Chuck Berry and many more legends.
We are a Covers band, on the rebuild, looking for Guitarist this is our line up Bassist with backing vox Drummer with backing vox Lead Vocalist we and are looking for Guitarist for both Lead and Rhythm that have the experience and passion to play the songs well, we are after like minded Muso's that have the experience and are up to the challenge to play the covers correctly. The list below are some of the artist we are looking to cover.. Deep Purple - Easybeats - Steppenwolf - Cream - Stray Cats - Doors - Zoot - Jonny Lang - Eric Clapton - Stevie Ray Vaughn - Animals - Van Morrison - Santana - Kinks - Beatles - Jet - Rolling Stones - ZZ Top - Creedence - REM - Commitments - T Rex - Daddy Cool - Canned Heat - Angels - Chuck Berry - Slade - Romantics - Status Quo - Hollies - Green Day - Billy Thorpe - Living End - Uriah Heep - George Thorogood - Black Crows - Black Feather - Billy Joel - U2 - Matchbox 20 - INXS - Kings of Leon - 3 Doors Down - Lenny Kravitz - White Stripes - Fast Ball - Kid Rock - Counting ...
No band has influenced pop culture the way the Beatles have. They were one of the best things to happen in the twentieth century, let alone the Sixties. They were youth personified. They were unmatched innovators who were bigger than both Jesus and rock & roll itself: During the week of April 4, 1964, the Beatles held the first five slots on the Billboard Singles chart; they went on to sell more than a billion records; and 2000's 1, a compilation of the Beatles Number One hits, hit Number One in 35 countries and went on to become the best-selling album of the 2000s. Every record was a shock when it came out. Compared to rabid R&B evangelists like the Rolling Stones, the Beatles arrived sounding like nothing else. They had already absorbed Buddy Holly, the Everly Brothers and Chuck Berry, but they were also writing their own songs. They made writing your own material expected, rather than exceptional. As musicians, the Beatles proved that rock & roll could embrace a limitless variety of harmonies, structur ...
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…
Today in 1985, Route 66 was decertified as a United States highway. Here are some more facts about the iconic American roadway. FACT: Route 66 runs two-thousand-451-miles, extending Southwest from Chicago to Santa Monica, California. FACT: Bobby Troupe's 1946 song "(Get Your Kicks On) Route 66," which chronicles the highway's path, has been recorded by numerous artists including Nat King Cole, Chuck Berry, the Rolling Stones, John Mayer, Depeche Mode, and Glenn Frey. FACT: Route 66 has a number of nicknames, including "The Great Diagonal Way," "The Main Street of America," "The Mother Road," and "The Will Rogers Highway." FACT: Route 66 was not replaced by a single interstate highway, but portions of five interstate highways -- I-55, I-44, I-40, I-15, and I-10 -- will take travelers across the same area. FACT: Kelli drove the old Route 66 to get to from the East Coast to the West Coast when she moved to Ventura!
biography[-]by Cub Koda Of all the early breakthrough rock & roll artists, none is more important to the development of the music than Chuck Berry. He is its greatest songwriter, the main shaper of its instrumental voice, one of its greatest guitarists, and one of its greatest performers. Quite simply, without him there would be no Beatles, Rolling Stones, Beach Boys, Bob Dylan, nor a myriad others. There would be no standard "Chuck Berry guitar intro," the instrument's clarion call to get the joint rockin' in any setting. The clippety-clop rhythms of rockabilly would not have been mainstreamed into the now standard 4/4 rock & roll beat. There would be no obsessive wordplay by modern-day tunesmiths; in fact, the whole history (and artistic level) of rock & roll songwriting would have been much poorer without him. Like Brian Wilson said, he wrote "all of the great songs and came up with all the rock & roll beats." Those who do not claim him as a seminal influence or profess a liking for his music and showm ...
here is some of best RNR bands like ACDC, The Animals, The Ramones, The Doors, Chuck Berry, Rolling Stones, Cream and etc.
When you come to see Wicked Blues Band, you will be listening to the echoes of Albert King - Rolling Stones - Buddy Guy - Jimmy Reed - Albert Collins - Son Seals - Freddie King - Junior Wells - Jimmy Rogers - Elvin Bishop - Hound Dog Taylor - Chuck Berry - SCOTS - ZZ Top... ... ... .. ... .because of the above people, and hundreds more like them, the blues lives on. come enjoy Wicked playing some old and new songs by all of the above and a dozen original blues songs by the Wicked, Saturday June 1st at the Schooner Landing in Damariscotta, a full service restaurant and bar, right on the river! The band starts at 9pm, but they are open all day Saturday.. come early, fuel up and dance the night away
{ Road Dog Music Group Presents } ON THIS DAY IN ROCK & ROLL HISTORY = The Wallflower’s second effort, “Bringing Down The Horses,” is released. “One Headlight” is THE song. 1996 1940's The Animals original guitarist, Hilton Valentine (born Hilton Stewart Paterson Valentine), starts his life in North Shields, England. 1943 Chicago's William "Bill" Bradford Champlin (keyboards, guitar and vocals) is one of the few original members not from the Windy City or the Midwest. He's born on this day in Oakland, CA. 1947 1950's Drummer Stan Lynch (Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers) has a birthday. He’s born in Cincinnati but grows up in Gainsville, FL. He’s with the Heartbreakers until ’94. 1955 Chuck Berry records "Maybellene" (essentially a reworking of "Ida Red") in Chicago with Blues great Willie Dixon on bass. The song is Berry's first hit. 1955 1960's Rolling Stones guitarist Brian Jones is arrested a second time for possession of cannabis in his London flat. 1968 The Beatles officially announce .. ...
1933 - Jimmie Rodgers began recording a series of 24 songs. He died nine days later at the age of 35. 1958 - "Jerry Lee Lewis Day" was held in his hometown of Farriday, LA. 1963 - Joan Baez headlined the first Monterey Folk Festival in California. 1967 - "Don't Look Back", a documentary on Bob Dylan's 1965 British tour, premiered in San Francisco, CA. 1971 - The musical "Godspell" opened in New York City and ran for 2,124 performances. 1975 - *** Jaggar (Rolling Stones) put his hand through a window at Gorman's restaurant on Long Island. 1975 - Elton John’s "Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy" album was released. It was the first album to be certified a million-seller on its first day of release. 1978 - The movie "Thank God It's Friday" premiered in Los Angeles. 1980 - Peter Criss left KISS to pursue a solo career. 1993 - Barry Manilow appeared on the CBS-TV's "Murphy Brown." 1995 - Chuck Berry, Little Richard and Fats Domino appeared together for the first time in Sheffield, London. 1999 - No ...
Music History for May 9 -- from Mary Landers 1939 - Ray Eberle recorded "Stairway to the Stars" with the Glenn Miller Orchestra. 1944 - Jimmie Davis became the Governor of Louisiana. He wrote the song "You Are My Sunshine." 1958 - Alan Freed was indicted for inciting unlawful destruction of property in Boston. 1962 - Brian Epstein met with EMI producer George Martin. Martin signed the Beatles to record demos on June 4, 1962. It was their first recording contract. 1964 - Chuck Berry began his first British tour. 1965 - Vladimir Horowitz played his first public concert in 12 years at Carnegie Hall in New York City. 1967 - "Damito Jo Day" was celebrated in her hometown of Austin, Texas. 1970 - The Blues Images "Ride Captain Ride" was released. 1973 - *** Jagger added $150,000 of his own money to the $350,000 raised by the Rolling Stones' January benefit concert for victims of a Nicaraguan earthquake. 1978 - Fee Waybill (Tubes) fell of a stage during a show in England, resulted in a broken leg. 1988 - Prince ...
The songs of Bo Diddley have been covered and recorded by artists such as the Rolling Stones, the Animals, Manfred Mann, the Kinks, the Yardbirds, Quicksilver Messenger Service, the Doors, Tom Rush, and Bob Seger, (among others). He is a pop music icon of enormous influence. Diddley’s custom-made rectangular guitar, and his playing style, complete with distorted amplification, became a trademark by the mid 1950’s. He was born in McComb, Mississippi, in 1928. Ellas McDaniel, also known as Bo, received his nickname from his early years as a boxer. He played the blues clubs of Chicago, Illinois, in the 1940’s and 1950’s. Diddley’s early legendary recordings were made for the Chess label. His collection of hits include "Who Do You Love," "Hey! Bo Diddley," "Pretty Thing," and "Hush Your Mouth." Bo played on several Chuck Berry classics including "Memphis, Tennessee," and "Sweet Little Rock N’ Roller." Diddley’s 1959 "Say Man" was a rap styled dialogue 20 years ahead of its time. In 1962, he perf ...
The lineup for Friday night's Fifty Licks 4 Relief has been released and it is incredible! LICKS 4 RELIEF": A 50TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF THE MUSIC OF THE Rolling StoneS Net proceeds to Benefit Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund ……. This Friday Night, 1/25 at the Stone Pony in Asbury Park, NJ…Tickets Still Available….Doors 7PM "Fifty years ago, in January of 1963, the 5 members of the Rolling Stones that we all would come to know as "The Greatest Rock and Roll Band in the World" played their first show together. Within 6 months *** Keith, Charlie, Brian and Bill had released there first single, Chuck Berry's "Come On" that hit on the British Pop charts. The rest, as they say, is history!! To celebrate the second part of their 50th anniversary, Marc Ribler and his All-Star group of Friends, who sold out the club with the first version of this show, return to arguably "The Greatest Rock and Roll Club in the World", The Stone Pony in Asbury Park, New Jersey with a recreation of The Rolling .. ...
EVERY BLUES ARTIST LOVES TO TELL A STORY.. Here is Keith Richards talking about The Blues: 'I LOVED ROCK'N'ROLL - BUT THEN WE FOUND THE BLUES' It was a great day for music when the young Rolling Stones discovered the blues. Keith Richards looks back on a lifelong love affair On first hearing the blues It's very difficult to say - when did I identify the blues as a particular form of music? My mum was playing me jazz - a lot of Billie Holiday, Billy Eckstine, Sarah Vaughan. I mean, it's not your country blues but, as I went on, I realised that I was brought up on a broad basis of blues music without even knowing it, so, in a way, I'm a result of what my mum played. I had a natural affinity for it, I think, so it wasn't like a conscious thing or anything like that. You know, I didn't think in terms of black or white then. You didn't know whether Chuck Berry was black or white - it was not a concern. It was just what came in the ears and, my, what it did to you. And then I slowly realised that what these cat ...
If you like the idea of Rock and Roll with a full orchestra backing up the singers, guitars, bass, keyboard and drums... come out to the Moss Performing Arts Center at Colorado Mesa University Saturday night (seating begins at 7, show at 7:30) for the first concert of our THIRD full season of GJROCKESTRA. This concert, we'll be singing 4 songs from each decade from the 1950's to the 1990's... from Elvis Presley, and Chuck Berry, through the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, on to Poison, the Spin Doctors and Rob Thomas! It's gonna be a great concert!
This is some background info on our artist for thursday night, Don Barry! All the way from Ireland, we bring to you the new Don in town, Don Barry. He has a strong voice and funky moves. He’s played venues all over Lebanon and by that we mean from obscure pubs in small towns in the mountains to the hipest venues in Beirut. He’ll be rocking Blackrock this Thursday with the best of blues, rock and roll and also some of your favourites from previous decades. If you like your U2, Rolling Stones, James Brown, Hendrix, Bob Dylan, The Doors, Guns'n'Roses, Chilli Peppers, Oasis, John Lennon, Jack White, Paulo Nutini, Chuck Berry, Classic Blues and more. Then this is a night you don’t want to miss! Don't miss out on a fun and entertaining night this Thursday at BlackRock!
Happy birthday to Keith Richards! Keef was a big fan of Chuck Berry; he covered Berry’s “Run, Run , Rudolph,” played many Berry songs in the Rolling Stones and even inducted Berry’s longtime piano player into The Rock and Roll Hall of fame. What was his name?
Kevin Mazur/WireImage Rolling Stones Get Loose With *** Taylor in First Newark Show By Patrick Doyle | December 14, 8:30 AM ET Seven songs into the Rolling Stones' set at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, last night, a roadie handed *** Jagger a printout. "We're going to do a request," Jagger said, adding that fans voted for a song of their choice on the bands' new mobile app. The winner? 1964's "Around and Around." "That's an old one isn't it?" Jagger said. "We haven't done that one in a long time!" (According to fan site It's Only Rock and Roll, they last played the song at Toronto's El Mocambo Club in March 1977). They tore through the Chuck Berry classic, Jagger clapping upward and dancing furiously as if channeling his old T.A.M.I. Show performance, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood weaving double-string licks as the song swung in a way it never really has before. "Yes!" Jagger said with a grin afterward. "That's right!" The Rolling Stones 1963-1969: Behind-the-Scenes Snapshots The Stones ...
Chop Shop Classic - Sunday at 11:00am Steve Black here, This week our special guest is Steve Morse from Deep Purple. We will also have music from Tom Petty, Rolling Stones, Steve Miller and Aerosmith. Plus, George Thorogood will pay tribute to Chuck Berry in the Founding Fathers. Our All-Star Salute will take a deeper look at Robby Krieger of The Doors, and I will show you how to link Jimi Hendrix to Deep Purple in our 6 Degrees of Deep Purple.
Rolling Stones may face fine after violating London curfew: Maybe the Rolling Stones should work up Chuck Berry'...
OK, time for some mindless holiday fun. How about a Top Five list! Favorite guitarists of all time. Any genre. And explain why... Here's mine: 1. Clarence White - Mastered flatpicking bluegrass, invented the B-bender for his Tele, and developed the best country-rock sound ever with the Byrds. 2. Ron Wood - A centerpiece of the two greatest rock and roll bands of all time: the Faces and the Rolling Stones. Masterful tone and a consummate band mate - never stole the limelight. 3. T-Bone Walker - Of all the great blues guitarists, T-Bone probably did more to encourage Chuck Berry and the rock and roll sound. His Stormy Monday is the best blues I've ever heard. 4. Steve Cropper - A white guy in the integrated MGs, he pulled the soul and funk sound together perfectly. Stax, Memphis, never gets old. 5. James Burton - Best country guitarist ever Only Clarence was a real "virtuouso" of the bunch. They mastered "less is more" and never wasted a note, though all could jam if necessary. I could add Robbie Robertson ...
This flavorful rockumentary traces the development of rock 'n' roll during the 1950's through an incredible compilation of film footage and performances by Chuck Berry, Chubby Checker, Bo Diddley, Little Richard, and Bill Haley and the Comets.
Todays Music Minute Oct 18 1956, 21-year-old Elvis Presley pulled into a Memphis gas station where he started to attract a small crowd of autograph seekers. After repeatedly asking Elvis to move on so he could resume normal business, station manager Ed Hopper slapped Presley on the head and found himself on the receiving end of a punch in the face from Elvis. Station employee Aubrey Brown tried to help his boss, but was no match for Presley. After police are called, Hopper and Brown were charged with assault and were fined $25 and $15 respectively. 1966, The Jimi Hendrix Experience played their first gig as a band supporting French pop star Johnny Hallyday at the Paris Olympia in France. 1926, Born on this day, Chuck Berry, singer, songwriter and guitarist, who wrote the 1963 UK No. 6 single 'Let It Rock' plus many other classic songs. He also had surprise hit in 1972 with the UK and US No.1 single 'My Ding A Ling'. A major influence on The Beatles and Rolling Stones, Berry's 'Johnny B. Goode' was one of ...
Just watched the Rolling Stones bit on CBS This Morning. Reminded me of their concert at Auburn in 1969. Ticket was $15, reserved seating. The minute I arrived they switched to open seating. Oh, BTW, Chuck Berry was the Opening Act. It was a great night of incredible music.
I was watching Chuck Berry on T.V. tonight. Also on the show were Keith Richards, the lead guitar of the Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, Little Richard, Carl Perkins, etc. Now Chuck was talking about how his songs were often covered by white singers and he was critical of their performances. Little Richard was particularly critical of the way Pat Boone covered songs like Tutti Frutti and Long Tall Sally. He felt that Pat and other white singers sanitized the songs, which made the songs more acceptable to the parents of the white kids. Now the exception to sanitizing the music and making it more gentle were groups like the Beatles and Rolling Stones, who covered Little Richard’s and Chuck’s stuff and played it just as raw and good as they did. Now the white kids would go out and buy the rough and rock on versions of the music of these black artist as well as the sanitized versions of the white artist and when they got home they would hide the records of the black artist from their parents and played th ...
The former home of Chess Records, where Etta, Muddy, Wolf, Chuck Berry, KoKo, Bo Diddly, Little Walter all recorded, and where the Rolling Stones recorded their second EP "Five by Five" and the song 2120 South Michigan Avenue.
Its wired i like real music like The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Billy Preston, Mozart, Beethoveen, Buddy Holly, Simon and Garfunkle, CCR, Little Richard,, and the king of them all Chuck Berry, but i don't like Elvis i don't know why a just absolutely hate Elvis
Bo Diddley & Chuck Berry & Rolling Stones 12x5 were my first 3 albums purchased so let's you know how old I am,still luvmusic
One of my favourites A decent cover of it made by Rolling Stones
In the early 1950s, Keith Richards and *** Jagger were childhood friends and classmates at Wentworth Primary School in Dartford, Kent until their families moved apart.[6] In 1960, when Richards, on his way to class at Sidcup Art College, and Jagger, on his way to class at London School of Economics, met at Dartford train station, the Chuck Berry and Muddy Waters records Jagger carried revealed a mutual interest, leading to the re-establishment of their friendship and the formation of a band with *** Taylor (later of Pretty Things).[7][8] Richards, Taylor, and Jagger found Brian Jones as he sat in playing slide guitar with Alexis Korner's seminal London R&B band, Blues Incorporated, at the Ealing Jazz Club. Blues Incorporated contained two other future members of the Rolling Stones: Ian Stewart and Charlie Watts.[9]
Eventually, just the way I discovered Chuck Berry, Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Willie Dixon, through the Rolling Stones, I did the same with anyone The Who were covering. That led me to Eddie in late 1967. Hunting down his albums in New York back then was almost impossible.
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