WEB EXTRA VIDEO: Chuck Berry on retirement: “There’s no such thing”Rock legend Chuck Berry, who died on Saturday at age 90, was performing up until the end.
In 1972 CBS News’ Charles Osgood asked Berry about the prospects of his retiring, and the origin of his trademark “duck walk.”COVER STORY: Welcome to the happiest country on Earth | Watch Video And no, it’s not the United States.
and CBS All Access, including via Apple TV, Android TV, Roku, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV/Fire TV stick and Xbox. Anthony Mason offers an appreciation of Chuck Berry, who died Saturday.
WEB EXTRA VIDEO: From 1972: Chuck Berry on his first hit, “Maybellene”In 1972 CBS News’ Charles Osgood asked Chuck Berry about how the rock legend first got into the business with Chess Records in the 1950s with his first hit, “Maybellene,” the influences on his music, and his influence on other musicians.
In fact, large portions of the happiest nation also suffer from alcoholism and depression.