Rock 'n' Roll Pioneer Fats Domino Dead at 89One of his most memorable songs was his 1950s version of "Blueberry Hill," which the Delmar Loop restaurant is named after.
Huey Lewis Added to Loufest Lineup Honoring Chuck BerryHuey Lewis has joined the star-studded lineup for Hail! Hail! Chuck Berry!, a celebration honoring the father of Rock N’ Roll this weekend at Loufest
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.
St. Louis to Turn Chuck Berry's One-Time Home Into MuseumThe museum would anchor a "Chuck Berry Cultural District,'' to honor Berry, who died in March at age 90, and the area's African-American heritage.
STL Searches for Contractors for Chuck Berry Neighborhood TransformationThe City of St. Louis is looking for contractors who want to transform part of The Ville neighborhood into a Chuck Berry Historic District.
Photo Gallery from Chuck Berry ServicesLarge crowd says good-bye to Rock 'N Roll Legend at The Pageant on The Loop.
Rock N Roll Icon Chuck Berry Laid to RestAs they remembered the life of Chuck Berry at his funeral Sunday, friends and colleagues celebrated his music's ability to bridge the racial divide in America.
Eulogy for Chuck BerryFrom Berry's Funeral Sunday 4-9-17 Delivered by Congressman Wm. Lacy Clay
Rock Hall Pays Tribute to Chuck Berry2017 inductee ELO sang a version of late St. Louisan's "Roll Over Beethoven."
Chuck Berry's Family Offers 300 Passes for ServiceSome of Chuck Berry's biggest fans might be able to attend his celebration of life after all.
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.
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.