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I see that Chicago will be performing at the Grammy Awards with Robin Thicke! What great exposure that will be for the band, not only performing before millions of people watching on TV but also with Thicke, who had one of the biggest, if not THE biggest hit of 2013, Blurred Lines!

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Someone have this on tape?

Hi John, tomorrow, 26th january, are the grammy awards.
 
John M Miller said:

Someone have this on tape?

Did I miss Chicago's performance?  It is 7:58 p.m. CST 1-26-14

 

Loved my Band.  Performance was outstanding

I can't believe they got that much time.  The first 3-4 songs were snips from the best of early C (Grammy HoF) - the last 30 seconds (according to my daughter) was the Robin Thicke song.  Compared to the other music in the broadcast thus far - (if you have to have a costume or dangle from a wire to sell you're song, no.  Get off the stage) our guys still rock.

Ed

Chicago posted it on the front page of this web site!



John M Miller said:

Someone have this on tape?

They did a great job! So happy they finally got to perform on the Grammys. It looked like Robin cut Robert Lamm off during one line and Robert kept smiling - what an egoless pro!

The band did it very well, I'm glad they got this exposition with such a popular artist like Robin Thicke is now. I hope this is the beginning of more wonderful things for Chicago in this weird and messed music world...

GREAT JOB TONIGHT CHICAGO.YOU GUYS LOOKED LIKE YOU WERE HAVING THE TIME OF YOUR LIFES.THERE WILL NEVER BE A BAND LIKE YOURS,LOOKING FORWARD TO THE SUMMER TOUR.

I'm so glad you guys liked the performance.  Would someone please enlighten me and let me know what were the Names of the sings they sang. Thanks so much. Harold.

Chicago was awesome as usual.  Unfortunately I can't say the same about Robin Thicke.  Sorry those of you who are his fans but he doesn't belong on the same stage as Chicago.  He added nothing to some of Chicago's greatest songs, in fact he was a distraction from our real talented pros. 

Chicago is sexy. The rest wasn't. Robert Lamm's smile lit up the entire stage, more so than the pyrotechnics of Katy Perry's pole dancing number.

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