A few words from Justin:
Posted on 03/19/2017
“I bumped into Chuck Berry at an airport in the USA in the late 60’s. I was carrying my Gibson 335, which I always took in the cabin with me.
He put his Gibson 355 on to the belt to go in the hold. I said “Aren’t you worried it will get smashed?”. He said “I’ll just get another one”.”
A few words from John. This is from a collection of "More Than One Hundred Artists Pay Tribute To Chuck Berry". Some very interesting tributes to the influence Berry had on many of the 'movers and shakers' in music
"To us musicians who played on stage with #chuckberry to stand in his shadow was an honour and priveledge #moodyblues"
From "Old Bob" in the U.K.:
"Saw Chuck Berry in 64 still the greatest artist I ever saw live.
He was headline act, backed up by Moody Blues and Graham Bond
Still remember it like yesterday
From spyinthesky in the U.K.:
" I saw him years ago on stage at the Mayflower (then Gaumont) as support to the Moody Blues.
He had a great stage presence"