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Sweet Little Sixteen

The Saturday Night Beech-Nut Show

Chuck Berry

1958
First broadcast February 22, 1958
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School Days

The Saturday Night Beech-Nut Show

Chuck Berry

1958
First broadcast May 17, 1958
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Sweet Little Sixteen

Newport Jazz Festival 1958

Chuck Berry

1958
Freebody Park, Newport, Rhode Island, July 5, 1958. Featured in the 1959 film Jazz On A Summer's Day
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Memphis Tennessee, Little Queenie

Go, Johnny, Go

Chuck Berry

1959
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Almost Grown, Back In The USA

The Saturday Night Beech-Nut Show

Chuck Berry

1959
First broadcast July 18, 1959
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Nadine, Sweet Little Sixteen, Johnny B. Goode, Maybellene

The T.A.M.I. Show

Chuck Berry

1964
Filmed at Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, October 28 and 29, 1964
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Maybellene, The Things I Used To Do, Roll Over Beethoven, Memphis Tennessee, No Particular Place To Go, Promised Land, Johnny B. Goode

Face Au Public

Chuck Berry

1965
Live Concert for Belgium TV Show "Face au public". Filmed February 6, 1965
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Around And Around/ Rock ‘n' Roll Music, Dear Dad, Back In The USA,

Shindig!

Chuck Berry

1965
First broadcast March 31, 1965. *With Sylvie Vartan
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Johnny B. Goode, Memphis*

Hullabaloo

Chuck Berry

1965
First broadcast May 4, 1965. *With Trini Lopez
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Rock And Roll Music, School Days, Johnny B.Goode, Promised Land, Carol, Hoochie Coochie Man, Maybellene, Too Much Monkey Business, Reelin' & Rockin', Sweet Little Sixteen, In The Wee Wee Hours

Toronto Rock'n'Roll Revival

Chuck Berry

1969
Varsity Stadium, Toronto, September 13, 1969. Featured in the film Sweet Toronto.
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Roll Over Beethoven, Johnny B. Goode

Music Scene

Chuck Berry

1969
First broadcast December 22, 1969
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Maybelline, Johnny B.Goode

The Mike Douglas Show

Chuck Berry

1971
Filmed at San Diego University, first broadcast April 15, 1971
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Roll Over Beethoven,Sweet Little 16,Memphis,South Of The Border,Beer Drinking Woman,Let It Rock,Mean Old World,Carol,Liverpool Drive,Nadine,Bye Bye/Johnny B. Goode,School Days,Monkey Business,Rock & Roll Music,Promised Land,Reelin & Rockin,My Ding-A-Ling

Sounds For Saturday

Chuck Berry

1972
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Memphis Tennessee, Johnny B. Goode

The Mike Douglas Show

Chuck Berry

1972
Filmed February 2, 1972. First broadcast February 16, 1972. With John Lennon, Yoko Ono, Elephant's Memory. John and Yoko co-hosting week, day 3
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School Days, Reelin' And Rockin', Sweet Little Sixteen, Bonsior Cherie, Johnny B.Goode, Instrumental Jam*

Let The Good Times Roll

Chuck Berry

1972
Madison Square Garden, New York, May 6, 1972. *With Bo Diddley
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Johnny B. Goode, Wee Wee Hours, Let It Rock

Beat Club

Chuck Berry

1972
First broadcast May 27, 1972
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Memphis Tennessee, Nadine, Everyday I Have The Blues*, Maybelline**

Montreux Jazz Festival 1972

Chuck Berry

1972
June 16, 1972. *With T-Bone Walker, **With Willie Dixon
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School Days, Memphis Tennessee, Sweet Little Sixteen, Let It Rock, Mean Ole Frisco', Wee Wee Hours, Oh Carol/ Little Queenie, Reelin' And Rockin',

The London Rock And Roll Show

Chuck Berry

1972
Film of Wembley Stadium Concert, London, August 5, 1972
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Roll Over Beethoven, Carol, Little Queenie, Johnny B. Goode, My Ding-A-Ling

ABC In Concert

Chuck Berry

1972
Hofstra University, New York. First broadcast December 8, 1972
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School Days

Musikladen

Chuck Berry

1972
First broadcast December 13, 1972
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Roll 'Em Pete, Johnny B. Goode

Soul Train

Chuck Berry

1973
First broadcast July 7, 1973
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Reelin' and Rockin'*, Johnny B. Goode*, Maybellene

Midnight Special

Chuck Berry

1973
First broadcast October 12, 1973. *With The Bee Gees
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Rock And Roll Music 

Midnight Special

Chuck Berry

1973
First broadcast November 2, 1973