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Chess Records Biopic Robert Randolph, Keb' MO'

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OPENS APRIL 9 IN NEW YORK CITY



Who Do You Love is the new film about Leonard and Phil Chess, legendary founders of Chess Records. The film opens in theaters beginning April 9 in NYC and stars Robert Randolph (as Bo Diddley), Keb' Mo', Raheem DeVaughn, Ryan Shaw and Alessandro Nivola (as Leonard Chess). Who Do You Love features authentic musical performances (all of the music was recorded and performed by the artists themselves) and a score full of Chess hits including Muddy Waters' “Stuff You Gotta Watch," Etta James' “At Last" and Bo Diddley's “Who Do You Love." The film presents an intimate look at the rise of the label and the strain it placed on Leonard Chess' family.






Current Who Do You Love Opening Dates


April 9
Village East - New York, NY
Clearview 1st & 62nd - New York, NY
City Cinemas - New York, NY



April 16
Laemmle Sunset 5 - Los Angeles, CA
Laemmle Monica 4 - Santa Monica, CA
Laemmle Pasadena Playhouse - Pasadena, CA



April 30
Landmark Century Centre - Chicago, IL

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