Tribute to rock 'n roll legend Chuck Berry

The man widely known as the Father of rock n roll died over the weekend aged 90.

Rock n Roll legend, Chuck Berry, passed away at his home in Missouri.

Charles Leonard, Arts and Culture Editor at The Conversation says Berry was Rock n Roll, 'he pioneered the idea of rock n roll'.

He was incredibly influential and thou shalt have no other rock gods before him...

Charles Leonard, Arts and Culture Editor at The Conversation

Any person who is doing rock 'n roll, you can still hear Chuck Berry in his/her music.

Charles Leonard, Arts and Culture Editor at The Conversation

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