Today, Dualtone Records releases Live From Blueberry Hill, a new album that documents the famous run of hundreds of shows that the late Chuck Berry — the American music icon Bob Dylan called “the Shakespeare of rock and roll” — performed on the Duck Room stage in the famed St. Louis venue.
“I’ve been out here so long, I’ve dwindled down to just: “Call me Chuck.”” And with that, Chuck Berry — an icon of American culture that none other than Bob Dylan described as “the Shakespeare of rock and roll” — rips into the opening riff of “Let It Rock” from Live From Blueberry Hill, a new live album out December 17 on Dualtone Records.
For the past 127 years, Gibson--the iconic American instrument brand--has been synonymous with creating and shaping sound across genres of music and generations of players. Today, Gibson Custom Shop has announced the release of the limited-edition Chuck Berry 1970s ES-355 in Wine Red. A founding father of Rock and Roll, Chuck Berry’s stagecraft and musicianship laid the foundation for nearly every genre of rock and popular music.
Bing Crosby, Chuck Berry, Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra Usher In The Holidays in Newly Created Animated Videos
This holiday season, musical legends Bing Crosby, Chuck Berry, Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra are returning in animated form with first-ever official music videos from UMe for some of the most iconic and beloved songs in the Christmas canon.
"Chuck Berry: Brown Eyed Handsome Man" Featuring Rare Performances By The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, Jimi Hendrix & More Coming To PBS
CHUCK BERRY: BROWN EYED HANDSOME MAN is a collection of performances by the greatest rock icons in history performing favorite songs by their self-proclaimed hero Chuck Berry.
Ronnie Wood proudly presents his live rendition of the Chuck Berry track "Mad Lad," in honor of one of his greatest icons. This comes ahead of the release of the album Ronnie Wood with His Wild Five - Mad Lad: A Live Tribute to Chuck Berry which will be released November 15th, 2019 by BMG.
Wood's extended live rendition of the 1960's instrumental classic features backing from His Wild Five band. With the adaptation providing a new take on the song, this title track is the perfect showcase of what the album has to offer.