Lemmy Klimster, Joe Bonamassa, and Earl Slick to Honor Chuck Berry

 

by Russell Hall, Featured Writer, Gibson.Com

 

Joe Bonamassa, Earl Slick and Lemmy Kilmister are among those set to perform when the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame pays tribute to Chuck Berry at this year’s annual American Music Masters event in October.

Here is Lemmy singing Chuck’s Reelin and a Rockin with his Rockabill band Head Cat.

And here is Chuck singing it;

Titled Roll Over Beethoven: The Life and Music of Chuck Berry, the celebration will last a full week, beginning Monday, October 22, and will feature interviews, panel discussions, films and educational programs. Saturday, October 27, will feature a conference exploring the impact of Berry’s music on popular culture, but the real highlight occurs that evening, when a who’s who of stars pay tribute to Berry in live performance. For information about the artists who will perform, and availability and prices of tickets, click here.

Source:  Gibson.Com

 

 

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