Chuck Berry's Final Album Was Made on His Own TermsChuck Berry did things his own way, right up to his final album, a 10-song set nearly four decades in the making.
All of St. Louis Will Pay Tribute to Chuck Berry With City-Wide ToastJoe Edwards, owner of Blueberry Hill, and St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay want to give another opportunity to pay tribute to Berry – with a city-wide celebratory toast.
New Loop Trolley Car Arrives on DelmarTrolley Booster Joe Edwards says the newest car is a little different from the first.
Funeral Arrangements Set for Chuck BerryBerry's longtime friend, Joe Edwards of Blueberry Hill, says the public can pass by the open casket at the Pageant, 6161 Delmar Blvd., from from 8 a.m. until noon Sunday, April 9.
PHOTOS: Loop Trolley Unveils First Renovated CarThe first of three trolley cars was revealed this morning at the new Loop Trolley Headquarters!
Sting Picks The Pageant as St. Louis Tour StopSting could easily filled a 20,000 seat venue but he wanted a more intimate feel.
Delmar Hall Opens TodayThe Delmar Hall is meant to create a stepping stone for artists.
Vintage Loop Trolley Car Tagged with GraffitiGraffiti - already - on one of the new cars bought for the new Delmar Loop Trolley.
Area Prince Fans Snap Up Albums And Remember 'The Purple One'About his music: "It's amazing, it's phenomenal. I can't go a day without Prince."
KMOX Profiles: Joe EdwardsFrom Blueberry Hill in 1972 to the Pageant, Joe Edwards has made a mark on St. Louis, & specifically the Delmar Loop. He is known for his trademark ponytail & Hawaiian shirts as well as his friendship with the father of Rock and Roll.
Joe Edwards Talks New Concert Venue, Businesses Leaving The LoopJoe Edwards, owner of Blueberry Hill and co-owner of The Pageant, and his business partner Pat Hagin have announced plans to build a new concert venue on The Loop called Delmar Hall.
Happy Birthday, Chuck Berry"Father of Rock-n-Roll" turns 89