b. 17 November 1911, Gumwood, Arkansas, USA, d. 17 January 1985, Sikeston, Missouri, USA. De Berry was a dynamic if peripheral person in the Memphis blues community from its heyday through the 20s before early 50s. He was raised in Arkansas and Mississippi before shifting to Memphis to reside along with his aunt in 1927. Teaching himself to try out ukulele and banjo and acoustic guitar, he from the loves of Will Color, Charlie Burse, Jack port Kelly, Frank Stokes and an extremely youthful Walter Horton. During East St. Louis in 1934, he dropped the lower section of his correct leg inside a teach incident. Five years later on, he documented for Vocalion Information along with his Memphis Playboys in a method that up to date the hokum music from the sooner area of the 10 years. Over the following 15 years De Berry spent amount of time in St. Louis and Jackson, Tennessee, time for Memphis to create radio looks with Willie Nix and Walter Horton. In 1953 he documented two classes for Sun Information; in the first program, he and Horton documented the vintage ‘Easy’, an instrumental version of Ivory Joe Hunter’s ‘I Nearly Lost My Brain’. The blues ballad ‘Period Has Produced A Switch’, with accompaniment from pianist Mose Vinson, originated from the second program. In 1972 maker Steve LaVere reunited De Berry and Horton for classes made to recreate their previously relationship, an endeavour that fulfilled with little achievement.