Chicago (band)

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Chicago

Chicago in 2004 (L-R): Keith Howland, James Pankow, Bill Champlin, Walt Parazaider, Tris Imboden, Lee Loughnane, Robert Lamm (view blocked) and Jason Scheff.
Background information
Also known as The Big Thing, The Chicago Transit Authority
Origin Chicago, Illinois, United States
Genres Rock, jazz fusion, progressive rock, soft rock, power ballad rock
Years active 1967–present
Labels Columbia, Full Moon, Rhino
Associated acts The Beach Boys, Doobie Brothers, Earth, Wind & Fire, Sons of Champlin, Toto, America
Website www.chicagotheband.com
Members
Robert Lamm
James Pankow
Lee Loughnane
Walter Parazaider
Jason Scheff
Tris Imboden
Keith Howland
Drew Hester
Lou Pardini
Past members
Danny Seraphine
Peter Cetera
Terry Kath
Laudir de Oliveira
Donnie Dacus
Chris Pinnick
Bill Champlin
Dawayne Bailey

Chicago is an American soft rock / jazz group, from Chicago, Illinois. They formed on February 15, 1967. They are one of the best selling American groups of all time, second only to the Beach Boys. Chicago has released at least 30 albums in their career.

Discography[change | change source]

Studio albums