The co-founder of KISS, Gene Simmons, shared the exciting news on his Twitter account today. Announcing proudly that he is a part of the new ‘Chuck Berry’ documentary, Simmons publicized the film to his great following.
Remarking his privilege for taking part in such a film, the American-Israeli musician additionally commemorated Chuck Berry, otherwise known as the ‘Father of Rock N’ Roll.’ The ongoing response to the tweet from both Simmons and Berry fans is incredible.
Here is the transcription of what Gene said about Chuck:
“Chuck Berry was Chuck Bery. The definition of Chuck Berry is Chuck Berry.”
With the great star passing away on March 18, 2017, at age 90, the scheme for a featuring as the one in question, was in formation. The ‘Chuck Berry’ film is a music documentary directed by Jon Brewer starring Gene Simmons, Alice Cooper, Joe Perry, Ingrid Berry, Chuck Berry’s daughter, along with many other great musicians and actors.
The documentary of the great legend’s life will be focalizing on his friendships, family, fans as well as the legacy he passed on to music history through his sensational accomplishments.
Simmons’ post of excitement for this highly-anticipated film has awakened a considerable interest on the publication date. The film had its premiere at the Nashville Film Festival on October 4, 2019. Having been long in the works, there is no word on the release date of the movie yet, however, the good news that it is to be announced soon was shared with the enthusiastic public.
Here is what Gene Simmons wrote on his latest tweet:
“Chuck Berry was one of the greats! I was privileged to be a part of this amazing project, Chuck Berry Film. Find out where you can see the film here.”
You can check out the recent tweet of Gene Simmons below.
Chuck Berry was one of the greats! I was privileged to be a part of this amazing project @chuckberryfilm. Find out where you can see the film here: https://t.co/FA6Bwj5b7Z #chuckberry pic.twitter.com/H7txls9iLs
— Gene Simmons (@genesimmons) September 16, 2020