Dave berry - beat from england

In parochial venues such as the Esquire and Mojo clubs, Dave Berry and The Cruisers flogged a predominantly Chicago blues repertoire, from  Muddy Waters  to Dave’s idol (and namesake),  Chuck Berry . Other influences were  John Lee Hooker , Billy Boy Arnold and Champion Jack Dupree – who, incidentally, took up permanent residence in nearby Halifax, Yorkshire, in 1962.

He had an unusual ambition for a pop performer trying to make a name for himself - to appear on television completely hidden by a prop. [2] In his own words, to "not appear, to stay behind something and not come out". He often hid behind the upturned collar of his leather jacket, or wrapped himself around, and effectively behind, the microphone lead. [2]


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