The song became Chuck Berry's 12th record to make the Billboard R&B chart and was a hugely influential song for British bands like The Rolling Stones.
From B.B. King to Muddy Waters, these are the 100 greatest blues albums of all-time.
'Nina as you want her – with soul!,' proclaimed a trade advertisement for the 1967 album.
Recorded in four days, The Rolling Stones’ debut album honoured the blues and introduced the band to America as 'England’s newest hit makers.'
From blues and jazz to rock'n'roll and soul, here are the 50 best Chess Records singles to discuss and debate, but mainly to love.
In 1970, Chuck Berry was back at Chess, where he helped create the very fabric of rock'n'roll, announcing his return in April with the great single 'Tulane.'
On April 7, 1972, the 'Big O' cut the number that would become the opening song on his 'Memphis' album.
Chuck's review of new music for the punk fanzine 'Jet Lag' in 1980 read like a bridge between cultures.
On the Hot 100 for March 30, 1959, Chuck debuted with another wonderful vignette of adolescent adventure.
On March 26, 1971, The Rolling Stones were at London's Marquee Club to play their last UK gig for two years before an invited audience.
Chuck's son spoke to uDiscover Music about growing up around the mighty rock'n'roll frontiersman.
A pioneer who influenced everyone from Chuck Berry to Keith Richards, Sister Rosetta Tharpe played rock’n’roll way before anyone else.
The medium may change from analog to digital, but there’s always something magical about a great single, a record that can change your life in four minutes or less.
Hailed as the birthplace of both the blues and rock’n’roll, Memphis, Tennessee, is a must-visit city for music lovers around the world.
Son of Chess Records co-founder Leonard Chess, Marshall Chess offers an exclusive guide to the Chicago label that helped invent rock’n’roll.