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The legendary Chuck Berry - Father of Rock 'n' Roll - dies at 90

By Frederick H. Lowe

(TriceEdneyWire.com) – Chuck Berry, who died Saturday, March 18, was held in such high esteem as the father of rock n roll that rock royalty often played backup in his bands. 488 more words

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WORLD POETRY DAY

On 2017’s World Poetry day, it’d be a crime to not mention it, recognise it and celebrate it, if for nothing else but for its close connection and continued use in music. 468 more words

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Czeck Republic - Prague

Hier noch ein kleiner Nachtrag, im Sommer 2016 war ich noch in Prag, Tschechien und in Norditalien auf Reisen. Seitdem habe ich jedoch keine Motivation gefunden, deshalb gibt es jetzt noch ein paar Infos zu Prag. 333 more words

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That time Lennon and Berry ruined Yoko's performance

Today (the day I started writing this, which would not probably be the same day I’ll publish it) we are all mourning Chuck Berry’s death. I am saddened by the loss, as much as any other music lover in this world, and very soberly mourning  the death of a 90 years old musician, something as rare as a white fly. 706 more words

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TMBP Extra: RIP Chuck Berry

From Forthin Road’s front room to their final fracture, the Beatles were openly ripping off Chuck Berry, imitating and flattering the late, great rock and roll patriarch with complete sincerity. 1 342 more words

Paul McCartney

The Lennon Wall in Prague, Czech Republic

We were fortunate to see many historical places during our time in Europe, but sometimes we came across something that was a little unexpected. We had a running joke with each other that we were guaranteed to see a bridge, castle, cathedral, and a palace in every major city that visited and that was certainly the case for our trip to Prague. 250 more words

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Today In Music History: 03/20/17

Carl Palmer, drummer for Emerson, Lake and Palmer and Asia is turning 67 today.

On this day in 1961, Elvis Presley began filming ”Blue Hawaii,” his ninth feature film. 226 more words

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