For years now, Chuck Berry has played at least once a month at a club in his native St. Louis called Blueberry Hill, where patrons are able to get a great look at “The Guitar that Rocked the World”—Berry’s legendary Gibson ES-350T, which he used to record rock and roll classics like “Sweet Little Sixteen,” “Memphis,” and “Johnny B. Goode.” But it looks like the Gibson icon, who turns 81 years old in October, will leave behind the popular nightspot’s Duck Room for most of the month of November as he ventures off to Europe for 14 performances that will take him to countries like Germany, Switzerland, Finland, Belgium, Denmark, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, France, and Spain. Still a big draw when he plays live, Berry sold out a mid-September gig at B.B. King’s Blues Club & Grill  in New York City’s Times Square. He’s currently slated to play the club again December 30. —Sean McDevitt