Address Chuck Berry Statue 6539 Delmar Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63130, USA

If the place where Chuck Berry was born on October 18, 1926 has since been destroyed, the city of St. Louis still wanted to pay tribute to him.

Born in the African-American neighborhood of The Ville, Chuck Berry left his mark on St. Louis. He was the first musician to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and his spectacular 8-foot bronze statue can be admired in the Delmar Loop. Artist Harry Webber captured the essence of Berry performing his legendary Duck Dance, which was inspired by Angus Young of AC/DC. Across the street, fans can visit Blueberry Hill, a club where they can enjoy a drink and a local specialty while admiring the largest collection of memorabilia.

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