Chuck Berry wrote dozens of rock and roll classics, but perhaps the best-known of them all is “Johnny B. Goode.”
In 1954, at the age of 41, blues musician Muddy Waters had finally made it to the top. Or so it seemed.
"Lady B. Goode," a rocking new song by the late Chuck Berry, was posted to the guitar legend's official Vevo page yesterday.
With the passing of rock and roll legend Chuck Berry, his label has released a single from Berry’s forthcoming album, Chuck.
It's no secret that the Rolling Stones' Keith Richards was one of Chuck Berry's biggest—or at least most famous—fans.
Guitarists and musicians of all genres are mourning the loss of guitar legend Chuck Berry, who died Saturday (March 18) at age 90.
Chuck Berry helped shape rock and roll by mixing elements of blues and country, adding some boogie woogie piano, and kicking it all together with his own slashing shuffle rhythms.
Chuck Berry, the artist who codified the sound, rhythm and language of rock and roll, celebrates his 90th birthday today, October 18, with the surprise announcement that he will release a new album.
What if nine of the biggest blues guitar legends, dead or alive, came together for one epic jam? Well, it might look something like the video below.
From Keef to Muddy, from Hetfield to Buddy! Guitar World celebrates the players whose talents, attitude and style have made the guitar the greatest instrument ever.