Chuck Berry gave a major scare to concert-goers in Chicago last night.
About one hour into his performance at the Congress Theater, the rock legend slumped over his keyboard and then fell to the stage. He did not move for several minutes, according to The Chicago Sun-Tribune.
An ambulance was called to scene, as EMTs gave the 84-year old a check-up. However, Berry refused significant treatment and actually returned to the stage after 20 minutes.
He tuned up his guitar and attempted a song before telling the audience he had no strength.
The Johnny B. Goode crooner had played to New Year's Eve shows on Friday night before flying into Chicago to perform yesterday. Let's hope this incident does not result in any serious condition.