In this Jan. 19, 1993 file photo, Chuck Berry dances on stage at the Presidential Gala for President-elect Clinton and Vice President Al Gore in Landover, Md. Berry died March 18, 2017 at the age of 90. His last album, "Chuck," will be released on Friday, June 9, a fitting finale from the man who melded blues, rhythm and blues and country music into a sound that changed the cultural landscape.
In this Jan. 19, 1993 file photo, Chuck Berry dances on stage at the Presidential Gala for President-elect Clinton and Vice President Al Gore in Landover, Md. Berry died March 18, 2017 at the age of 90. His last album, "Chuck," will be released on Friday, June 9, a fitting finale from the man who melded blues, rhythm and blues and country music into a sound that changed the cultural landscape. AMY SANCETTA AP
In this Jan. 19, 1993 file photo, Chuck Berry dances on stage at the Presidential Gala for President-elect Clinton and Vice President Al Gore in Landover, Md. Berry died March 18, 2017 at the age of 90. His last album, "Chuck," will be released on Friday, June 9, a fitting finale from the man who melded blues, rhythm and blues and country music into a sound that changed the cultural landscape. AMY SANCETTA AP

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