Chicago Releases Very Special Christmas Record, O Christmas Three, on October 4
Features Dolly Parton, America, Steve Cropper, and BeBe Winans
Chicago, the legendary “rock and roll band with horns” who Billboard has called the top American rock group of all time,…
Added by Richard Anthony Johnson on September 26, 2011 at 12:17pm — No Comments
Enjoyed the concert so much I went out and bought Rhino remasters of CTA, Chicago, III, V, VI, VII, VIII, X, XI, Hot Streets, XIV, 16, 17, 18, 19, XXI, Night & Day, and XXXII. Very good remasters, this music is timeless!!! Just a great band, an ALL-TIME GREAT BAND, with a solid touring band that respects Chicago's roots. GREAT SHOW!!!! 25 or 6 to 4 one of the GREATEST PERFORMANCES/SONGS I've ever heard in concert ALL-TIME!!!...(I've been to easily over 200 different shows in my life)...…Continue
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Recently read on line that Chicago and BS&T appeared together at a music festival back in July in Germany. What would it take to get chicago to do a tour with BS&T in the US...maybe even get David Clayton Thomas to join them for at least one big event like when they worked with Earth wind & Fire at The Greek Theater in LA. Now that would be a performance to attend as well as to remember!
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I had the great fortune of meeting one of the all time greatest multi talents on the planet a few weeks ago. As I participated in the Hilton Head Celebrity Golf tournament to benefit Children's Charities, I met Paul Williams.
Now for those of you that don't know, Paul wrote some of the biggest hits of our time. His copyrights include...
"Evergreen" (Love Theme from A Star Is Born), (#1 hit for…
I'm excited to let all you Chicago fans know that we've recently added new items to our premium access subscription service.…
About the track:( from RL)
Hank started this song, really had the shape of the verse and chorus, music wise. The tough groove was perfect. And his first verse lyric set the tone of foreboding ... the inevitable point at which we must be brave, finding strength in spiritual inspiration.
The subsequent verses and bridge came from my perpetual demons. I love this song. I need a t-shirt with "keep the faith".
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Growing up in the early seventies it was hard to not be influenced by and a fan of The Carpenters music. Karen and Richard Carpenter really dominated that period (along with…Continue
Can't wait! Tonight our favorite band will be at the Puyallup Fair performing with the Tacoma Symphony....I've seen Chicago about 30 times and can't wait to see our band "make us happy".
Really excited for all of you to hear the Christmas album. Had a lot of fun recording the tunes with
the guys. Be sure to come out and see us on the November/December tour when we will be
playing the songs. Also, other surprises to come this fall connected with "O Christmas Three."
Looking forward to seeing you on tour…
Dear Chicago, this was a great night as it was the first time seeing you live. I brought my whole family and we loved every minute. Both my oldest daughter (13 years old) and I play trombone so hearing the great sounds of the horns especially John Pankow was the best. Also I have not heard (Wake Up Sunshine) for about 20 years but when you guys ripped into it, I started singing the words like it was yesterday.
We did not want the music to end, but during the encore, we went…Continue
Added by Ron Jensen on September 7, 2011 at 10:41am — No Comments
Just saw somewhere around my 50th concert at Ravinia! Go Chicago! Love the band, Keep Playing. Nice to see the band still enjoying playing the tunes.
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