Chuck Berry: 10 Country Music Covers

From Marty Robbins to Emmylou Harris, country artists have a long history of interpreting the rock pioneer's songs

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"Bordeaux in My Pirough," Chuck Berry

In 1971, Berry recorded an album called San Francisco Dues, and included this peppy tune, "Bordeaux in My Pirough," which is obviously heavily influenced by the Hank Williams' hit "Jambalaya," which he also cut. Even more so than "You Never Can Tell," it is his most Cajun-injected tune, and along with "You Are My Sunshine" and "Here Today (and Gone Tomorrow)," which was recorded by the Louvin Brothers in 1958, confirms the rock icon's love for pure country music.

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