So at a special tribute by the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame, Chuck Berry, one of rock’s founding fathers, announced he was in the market for a producer:
“And as soon as I can get someone to guide me — and I do know a little about the business – I want to push them out,” he told reporters at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, which honored him with an award and tribute concert. “I’m going to come back and push them out if you know what I mean, somehow.”
Berry, a rock pioneer with early hits that included “Roll Over Beethoven,” ”Sweet Little Sixteen” and “Johnny B. Goode,” wouldn’t tip his hand in detail about the new songs or when they might be released.
“They might be old, but they are the same type of music that I have been playing,” he said.
And that should be good enough for anyone.