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For other people with the same name, see John Berry. Active as a recording artist since 1979, he has recorded more than twenty studio albums, including one platinum album and two gold albums. A Country Weekly article said of Berry «John’s greatest strength is his pure, soulful tenor» a 2006 interview with The Entertainment Nexus described him as «one of the most remarkable voices in music. John Edward Berry was born on September 14, 1959 in Aiken, South Carolina, to James and Marie Berry, and raised in the Atlanta, Georgia area. James Taylor, Harry Chapin, and, his favourite, John Denver. In 1981, at age 21, while riding his motorcycle, Berry was hit by a car, breaking both of his legs and his left hip. He had just lost his mother earlier that year.
Doctors were afraid that he may not walk again. He spent several months in physical therapy, working to regain the use of his legs. Berry said of the incident «The coolest thing in the world that came out of itall I could do is sit on my stool and play guitar. That’s all I’ve done ever since. Two years later, Berry started performing solo acoustic shows in northeast Georgia, then expanded around the southeast, building a strong name and following.
He eventually made six self-produced albums, with the last one selling over 10,000 copies. He was finally signed to Liberty Records in 1992. Early In 1994, Berry began to have terrible headaches, lost his appetite and finally blacked out during a concert. He was rushed to the hospital on May 9, 1994 in Atlanta, where a cyst was found in the third ventricle of his brain.
He stated: They went in with a fiber optic camera and laser, and removed it. I still suffer a little from short-term memory loss. This is a rebirth of sorts and I am into that. Berry again had surgery, for nodes on his vocal cords. John Berry started playing after Georgia Bulldogs home football games, at college clubs and bars in Athens, Georgia in 1985, self-released six albums, soon becoming a local and regional celebrity.
Berry worked on his music for almost ten years, and built a substantial following among students at the University of Georgia. Berry released his self-titled major-label debut 1993 on Liberty Records. This album produced five chart singles for Berry. First was «A Mind of Her Own» at No. 55 on the Billboard country charts, followed by the No. 22 «Kiss Me in the Car».
By 1994, he was moved to Liberty’s sister label, Patriot Records. That same year, Patriot re-issued two of Berry’s independent albums, Saddle the Wind and Things Are Not the Same. His 1994 hit, «Your Love Amazes Me,» received a Grammy nomination. In 1995, he released Standing on the Edge for Patriot. Its lead-off single, «Standing on the Edge of Goodbye,» was a No. 2 hit for him that year, and was followed by the No.