When Did Chuck Berry Die?


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Chuck Berry is alive.
Guitarist and singer Chuck Berry's output from 1955 to 1965 includes some of the earliest classics in rock history, from "Maybellene" and "Rock 'n' Roll Music" to "Sweet Little Sixteen" and "Johnny B. Good... More>>
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Chuck Berry is still alive and well and performing live regularly.
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Chuck Berry did not dead. He is still alive. He is 82 years old.
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Chuck Berry is not dead. The American singer and guitarist is currently aged 84 years. He is considered one of the pioneers of rock music, with hits such as Roll Over Beethoven, Rock and Roll Music, Johnny B. Goode, Brown-Eyed Man, Too Much Monkey Business and Memphis.
Chuck Berry was born as Charles Anderson Edward Berry on 18th of October 1926, in St. Louis, Missouri. He is considered to be one of the pioneers of rock and roll music; he is also singer, songwriter, and a guitarist. Chuck berry is still alive and is currently 84 years old in the year 2011.
Charles Edward Anderson “Chuck” Berry is an American guitarist, singer and songwriter born October 18, 1926. He is very much alive, well and performs live regularly. Also, he is one of the pioneers of rock and roll music.
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