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Nathaniel Rateliff, Chuck Berry’s Son & Grandson Listed For June 12 “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”

Nathaniel Rateliff, Charles Berry Jr, and Charles Berry III will support the “Chuck” album.

Nathaniel Rateliff [NBC]

“Chuck,” the first posthumous Chuck Berry album, will be released on June 16.

Four days earlier, three of the album’s guest musicians will perform on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

NBC lists Nathaniel Rateliff, Charles Berry, Jr. (Berry’s son) and Charles Berry III (Berry’s grandson) as the musical guests for the June 12 “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

The episode will also feature interviews with Demi Moore and Demetrius Shipp Jr.

NBC’s official “Tonight Show” listings follow:

Monday, June 5: Guests include John Lithgow, Riley Keough, Giles Martin and musical guest Thundercat featuring Michael McDonald & Kenny Loggins. Show 685

Tuesday, June 6: Guests include Tom Cruise, Kate Mara and musical guest Bleachers. Mike McCready sits in with The Roots. Show 686

Wednesday, June 7: Guests include Norm Macdonald, Chelsea Clinton, Robert Irwin and musical guest Rae Sremmurd. Show 687

Thursday, June 8: Guests include Will Arnett, Courtney B. Vance, Laurie Metcalf and musical guest Buckingham McVie. Show 688

Friday, June 9: Guests include Kate McKinnon, John Cena and musical guest Mac DeMarco. Show 689

Monday, June 12: Guests include Demi Moore, Demetrius Shipp Jr. and musical guest Nathaniel Rateliff, Charles Berry Jr. and Charles Berry III. Show 690

Written by Brian Cantor

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