Thirty Days (Chuck Berry song)

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"Thirty Days (To Come Back Home)", also written "30 Days", is a 1955 song and chart single by Chuck Berry.[1] Berry wrote "30 Days" to pay tribute to Hank Williams' country music.[2]

Covers[edit]

The song has been covered by many artists, including:[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Billboard - 29 Oct. 1955 new disks on the national chart are Chuck Berry's "Thirty Days" on Chess and Dinah Washington's "I Concentrate on You" on Mercury."
  2. ^ Howard A. DeWitt Chuck Berry, rock 'n' roll music 1985 - - Page 14 "The sound of the country pedal steel guitar was transformed into rock-and-roll on Chuck Berry's electric guitar. ... When Chuck wrote 30 Days to pay tribute to Hank Williams' country music, he unwittingly acknowledged his debt to country ..."
  3. ^ "Thirty Days (To Come Back Home) by Chuck Berry and His Combo: Versions". secondhandsongs.com. Retrieved 17 April 2016.