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  • Chicago Looks Back with “VI Decades Live”

    Chicago Looks Back with “VI Decades Live”

    Chicago has been steadily rocking the world since the ’60s. Now the band is celebrating with Chicago: VI Decades Live, a 4CD/1DVD set that captures the band across the 1960’s, 1970’s, 1980’s, 1990’s, 2000’s, and 2010’s. While the set does not include current bassist Jeff Coffey, it does feature longtime low-enders Peter Cetera and Jason... »

  • Al Green with Chicago: Tired of Being Alone

    Al Green with Chicago: Tired of Being Alone

    In 1973, Al Green performed his hit song “Tired of Being Alone” with Chicago on the TV special “Chicago in the Rockies.” This recording later made it on to the 2002 remastered version of Chicago VI. Look at how much fun Peter Cetera is having. No wonder, this one grooves! »

  • Chicago: 25 or 6 to 4 (Live, 1970)

    Chicago: 25 or 6 to 4 (Live, 1970)

    Time to kick it old school with this look back at Chicago performing live at Tanglewood. The concert took place in July 1970, featuring Peter Cetera laying down some boss bass and fronting the band on the tune “25 or 6 to 4.” So good. »

  • Peter Cetera Backs Out of Chicago’s Rock Hall Induction Ceremony

    Peter Cetera Backs Out of Chicago’s Rock Hall Induction Ceremony

    Chicago fans were elated when they found out the band is going to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this year. They were even more excited when former bassist and singer Peter Cetera announced he would join the group for the induction ceremony on April 8th. Sadly, that’s now out of... »

  • Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2016 Announces Inductees

    Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2016 Announces Inductees

    The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced their 2016 inductees, but who actually gets in? The artists being honored this year include Cheap Trick, Chicago, Deep Purple, Steve Miller, and N.W.A., but several current musicians associated with the acts will be excluded. Deep Purple first three lineups will be represented and will be bringing... »

  • Chicago Releases “Now (Chicago XXXVI)”

    Chicago Releases “Now (Chicago XXXVI)”

    Chicago has added another title to its long career, . The record features Chicago’s signature big horns, as well as plenty of lead vocal work from bassist/songwriter Jason Scheff, who has been with the group since Peter Cetera’s 1985 departure. Chicago’s songwriters acted as supervising producers on their individual songs, with help provided by coordinating... »

  • Chicago Reissues “Live in Japan”

    Chicago Reissues “Live in Japan”

    Chicago fans, you can finally get your hands on a newer CD version of the band’s famed album, courtesy of a Rhino Records reissue. The record, culled from three June 1972 performances in Japan, originally came out on vinyl in the mid-1970s and was released only in Japan. It reappeared, on CD in the U.S.... »