Chicago The Band Woodinville Tickets
Chicago became a rock music phenomenon in the 70’s with their distinctive jazz fusion and soft rock sound. Self-described as the “rock and roll band with horns”, Chicago rose to the forefront of the rock music scene with hits like “Hard to Say I’m Sorry”, “If You Leave Me Now” and “You’re the Inspiration”. Chicago’s achievements include a Grammy Award and multiple American Music Awards as well as a star on the Hollywood Hall of Fame. The band charted at number thirteen on Billboard’s list of “Top Hundred Artists of All Time”. Chicago has an impressive twenty-five albums certified platinum out of thirty-six . Over the course of its career, the band has developed a devoted fan base across the country.
Formed in 1967, Chicago released its highly popular debut album “Chicago Transit Authority” two years later. The album contained classic hits like “Beginnings” and “I’m a Man” that grabbed the attention of music critics and fans alike. In 2014, the album was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame.
The band’s lineup keeps changing, but typically includes its four founding members. Robert Lamm performs on the keyboard and vocals, Lee Loughnane is on trumpets, James Pankow plays Trombone and Walter Parazaider is on woodwinds.
Chicago is credited with eleven number one singles and five consecutive number one albums. The band’s distinctive mix of genres including rock, jazz fusion, soft rock and pop rock has been highly appreciated by critics and audiences. Chicago has been consistently releasing new albums during their career of nearly five decades. Their latest studio album, Chicago XXXVI: Now, was released in 2014. Among the band’s more popular songs are “Will You Still Love Me” and “If You Leave Me Now”.
Considering the popularity of Chicago, it is highly likely that fans will be clamoring to get Chicago the band Woodinville tickets. Attending a Chicago live concert promises to be a thrilling experience as the talented group commands the stage and keeps the audience engaged throughout.