Marshall Chess

Marshall Chess (born 13 March 1942, Chicago, Illinois) is the son and nephew of the founders of Chess Records, the Chicago-based independent record label that first recorded an unprecedented list of African-American, blues and early rock and roll artists such as: Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Little Walter, Bo Diddley, Sonny Boy Williamson, Memphis Slim, John Lee Hooker, Rufus Thomas, Memphis Minnie, Elmore James, Willie Dixon, Chuck Berry, Etta James and Buddy Guy, among others. ... more on Wikipedia

Marshall Chess Filmography

movie 2013 Born in Chicago as Himself
movie 2010 Stones in Exile as Himself
movie 2003 The Howlin' Wolf Story as Himself
tv series 1995 Rock & Roll as Himself
movie 1981 New York Beat Movie as Thief
movie 1973 Ladies and Gentlemen: The Rolling Stones
movie 1972 Cocksucker Blues as Himself

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In this 2005 interview with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Marshall Chess discusses Chess Records' role in the British Invasion, the "Swinging London scene"...

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