Brad Paisley Spontaneously Honors Chuck Berry With Killer ‘Johnny B. Goode’ Tribute

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Country music star Brad Paisley paid his respects to the late rock and roll legend Chuck Berry upon news of his death, wowing his concert audience with a phenomenal performance of the music pioneer’s timeless hit “Johnny B. Goode” 

Performing for a packed audience with high spirits and the craving for some killer music, Paisley admirably used his opportunity to honor Berry on the very same day that the icon had unfortunately passed away. Breaking out into the thrilling intro of the upbeat hit, Paisley’s voice was heard embodying  Berry’s vocals, giving an unbelievably talented and passionate tribute that deeply moved his mesmerized audience. 

As the country star began to sing “Go, Go/ Go, Johnny Go, Go,” the crowd pitched in their voices and helped the artist carry out an unbelievable tribute to one of the greatest pioneers to have ever graced rock and roll. Berry passed away at the age of 90 on March 18. 

Be sure to listen to Paisley’s wondrous tribute below.  

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