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Spotify crunched the numbers on the city's most popular tracks.
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The evidence of the Beatles’ musical borrowings was hidden in plain sight.
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“Chuck, you were amazing, and your music is engraved inside us forever," Mick Jagger wrote.
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Chuck Berry was a guitarist, singer and songwriter who was considered by some to be “the Father of Rock ‘n’ Roll.” He died
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Keith Urban thanks legend for his "poetry, passion and potency."
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Charles Edward Anderson “Chuck” Berry sunrise 10/18/26, sunset 3/18/17 St. Louis, Missouri. Convicted of armed robbery in
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The guitarist was known for a string of 1950s and ’60s hits.
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“How can you hate me if you don’t even know me?” Daryl Davis asks in the new documentary “Accidental Courtesy.”
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They were an imperfect bunch, the indie record producers of the 1950s, working in their own Wild West and often making it
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His new album, titled "Chuck," will be a follow up to 1979's "Rock It."
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But whether you come to see the St. Louis Cardinals or just to get a refreshing glass of Bud, it's probably a good time to
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"There is a spiritual theme to this record. We were all working really hard, getting ourselves out there, playing the clubs
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Over the last few months, corporations have found a new way to gain attention on Twitter: tweeting rap lyrics and other allusions to hip-hop culture. The culprit that has most popularly surfaced across Twitter timelines is IHOP, which tweets edited versions of lyrics from songs by artists such as Drake, Trinidad James, and Bobby Shmurda.