Marshall Chess Net Worth
Marshall Chess made money by Producers niche. For all time, at the moment, 2016 year, Marshall Chess earned $79 Million. Exact sum is $79000000.
Short biography, height, weight, dates:
Birth date: March 13, 1942
Birth place: Chicago, Illinois, United States
Profession: Producer, Actor, Music Department
Children: Jamar Chess
Parents: Leonard Chess
Movies: Cocksucker Blues, Ladies and Gentlemen
Wikipedia Source: Marshall Chess
Marshall Chess is a Jewish American record producer, the son of Leonard Chess who co-founded Chess Records. Marshall worked for sixteen years with the founders of Chess Records- his father Leonard and his uncle Phil. He did everything from pressing records and loading trucks to producing over 100 Chess Records projects and eventually heading up the label as President after their acquisition by GRT in 1969. In the late 1960s Marshall also ran his own Cadet Concept imprint as a division of Chess Records. He created and produced the Rotary Connection, which became the springboard for Minnie RipertonРҐs career. He signed John Klemmer and created a new format which was heralded as the first jazz-fusion album, РўBlowinРҐ Gold.РЈ He signed the underground black rock legends Black Merda. His Cadet Concept also imported and released the only American hit, Pictures of Matchstick Men, by the British rock group Status Quo. He also created and produced the controversial psychedelicized blues albums Electric Mud, by Muddy Waters- and, The Howlin Wolf Album by Howlin Wolf. He restored his reputation by producing the jam album Fathers & Sons with Waters, Mike Bloomfield, Otis Spann, Paul Butterfield, Duck Dunn, Sam Lay, and Buddy Miles in 1969.