#1
Today chuck berry turns 81 years old, sorry if this has already been posted, even if it was, i think he deserves more than one thread. I think he was great
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#2
Who?
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#3
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Who?

Excuse you? Lol JK he was a sweet lyric-tist
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i think i just died a little on the inside
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#8
I cant believe there are guitar players on here, who dont know who chuck berry is.... he wrote johnny b. goode, helped to popularize rock and roll music. made alot of good music. anyone who doesnt know who he is, should look him up, and then slap your self.
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#10
Hahaha *E-Five* I made one of these last year and looked up a bunch of youtube vids to post. Too bad he's got really bad authritis (sp?) and cant do much on guitar anymore.
#11
I thought this was about Chuck Norris.
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#12
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Hahaha *E-Five* I made one of these last year and looked up a bunch of youtube vids to post. Too bad he's got really bad authritis (sp?) and cant do much on guitar anymore.

yeah that sucks, he did some cool stuff back before i was born...or even before my parents were born for that matter
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#13
He is a legend. Shame recent years haven't been good to him. Without him, many bands wouldn't of existed.
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#16
Maybe the 1st poster is being sarcastic.
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#17
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Fifty dollars says that 98% of the people on here that even know who Chuck Berry is only know (or know of) Johnny B. Goode.

Let's face it, most of his songs were pretty much the same anyway. Not that I'm dissing the guy, he was good for his day.
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That's a fact. Chuck Berry = Green Day.

Well, I wouldn't say that, Greenday are amazingly talented...
#21
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Am I the only one who thought Chuck Berry was dead?

I thought he was a type of Ribena...
#23
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Am I the only one who thought Chuck Berry was dead?

Sure you're not thinking of Buddy Holly? I always get them mixed up
#24
Thanks to Chuck Berry, we have the great song "Johnny B. Goode" played in Back to the Future!

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