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Chess Records

Chess Records was an American record company, founded in 1950 in Chicago and specializing in blues and rhythm and blues.

First of four parts chronicling the incredible story of Chess Records. Home of Muddy Waters, Sonny Boy Williamson, Little Walter, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley and ...

Chess Records Heir Keeps the Family Legacy Alive Through Latin Music
Jamar Chess reached out to me directly after reading my story about the history black-Jewish relationships within the American music industry. One anecdote, which we cited from an academic history but have since corrected, cites The Rolling Stones ...
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Buddy Guy, greatest living blues guitarist, coming back to Lincoln
“Then I was cool,” he said. We talked a lot about Guy’s place in the blues -- he's now the greatest living Chicago bluesman and the last of the notable Chess Records artists standing -- and his desire to pass the music on, the latter driven home as ...
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50 Chicago Artists Who Changed Popular Music — House Music
Click here for Part One in this series, the Blues. Click here for Part Two in this series, Chess Records and Early Rock ’n’ Roll. Click here for Part Three in this series, Gospel. Click here for Part Four in this series, Rock in the ’60s and ’70s.
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WISCH LIST: From blues to views, big things in the works for Chicago
With musical landmarks such as Kingston Mines, Chess Records and Buddy Guy’s, Chicago has long been known by many as the Home of the Blues. But come the spring of 2019, it will finally have a home for the blues when The Chicago Blues Experience ...
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Marshall Chess on Chuck Berry's Funeral: The Rolling Stones and Eric Clapton Should Have Been There
Music producer and Rolling Stones Records founding president Marshall Chess first met Chuck Berry in the 1950s. The son of Leonard Chess, one of two brothers who ran Berry's label, Chess Records, Marshall toured with Berry in early 1960s, which led to a ...
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Rock ’n’ roll legend honored at City Hall
Throughout the ’50s, Emerson continued to write and record hits in both Memphis and Chicago, later becoming the recording manager at Chess Records. While stationed in Greenville, Mississippi, he met Ike Turner and joined his Kings of Rhythm.
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April 28: Bob Dylan released Together Through Life 2009
In a conversation with music journalist Bill Flanagan, published on Bob Dylan’s official website, Flanagan suggested a similarity of the new record to the sound of Chess Records and Sun Records, which Dylan acknowledged as an effect of “the way the ins ...
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Pete Klindt: From Walkin’ Proud To Walking In Faith
The band’s manager, Mason City attorney Tom Jolas, connected the band with music industry powerhouse William Morris Agency, which in turn arranged to get the Quintet into the famed Chess Records Studios in Chicago. It was here that they recorded a Lou ...
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Renee Rosen: Windy City Blues
Join Renee Rosen—bestselling author of White Collar Girl and What the Lady Wants—for a discussion of her new novel, Windy City Blues, and a look back at the history of Maxwell Street, Chess Records, Chicago blues and the Civil Rights Movement.
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Madonna Biopic ‘Blonde Ambition’ in the Works at Universal
It's music from the soundtrack of many a person's life in this exceptional, fact-based look at the rise of Chess Records, led by founder Leonard Chess (Adrien Brody). The film also charts the stable of influential artists who recorded on the label ...
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Chess Records - Wikipedia
Chess Records was an American record company, founded in 1950 in Chicago and specializing in blues and rhythm and blues. Over time it expanded into soul music, gospel ...
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The Chess Story - bsnpubs.com
The Chess Story by Mike Callahan and David Edwards Last update: November 4, 2005 Brothers Leonard and Philip Chess were two Jewish immigrants from Poland who came to ...
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Chess Records Studios - BLUES ACCESS
It’s a crisp, gray afternoon in south Chicago, and a resolute group of middle-aged tourists from Japan are stopping traffic as they snap ...
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Blues Heaven Foundation
By Appointment Only. 2120 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60616. email: info@bluesheaven.com. Thurs-Fri: 12 - 4pm . Sat: 12 - 3pm; Sunday Closed
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Historic Chess Studios - Blues Heaven Foundation
Chess Records, formed and run by brothers Leonard and Phil Chess, was as company that produced and released many important singles and albums, which are now regarded ...
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The Chess Records Story 01 - YouTube
First of four parts chronicling the incredible story of Chess Records. Home of Muddy Waters, Sonny Boy Williamson, Little Walter, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley ...
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Chuck Berry Collector's Guide - The Chess Era (1955-1966)
A Collector's Guide to the Music of Chuck Berry - All his records, all his songs - The Chess Era (1955-1966)
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The Chess Records Story 02 - YouTube
Second part of this documentary telling the story of how Leonard Chess brought together a host of legendary Blues musicians to form his record company.
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Play Chess Online - Free Online Chess on GameKnot
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Phil Chess, Chess Records co-founder, dies at 95 - CNN.com
Phil Chess, the co-founder of the iconic rock 'n' roll and blues label Chess Records, has died at 95, according to his son.
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