Despite a recent illness, McCartney appeared trim, fit, and ready to rock.
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This may well be the band’s first great album of new material in a generation.
A long-time collaborator with Chicago pays tribute to her famous father, Buddy Ebsen.
The impetus for this track goes back to the immediate aftermath of Desert Storm.
‘The biggest album we ever had’: 30 years later, Danny Seraphine and Bill Champlin remember Chicago 17
Sales outstripped even a pair of greatest-hits compilations, but criticisms remain.
This leftover from the sessions for Chicago 17 has been reborn.
Chicago has announced a title, offered additional samples of its new music and revealed the cover art for its first album in eight years. Featuring 11 original tracks, Chicago XXXVI: Now finds the band in the midst of an entirely new way of creating.
Glass Hammer is promising a house party of a prog-rock record, having invited over a number of old friends and a slew of new ones. Meanwhile, we get an expanded overview of Carl Palmer’s lengthy career — and not just the goodies from his tenures in Emerson Lake and Palmer and in Asia, either.
Bill Champlin has just returned from playing five dates with his ex-Chicago bandmate Danny Seraphine, an experience he describes as “a fun week.” Unfortunately, it hasn’t all been fun lately for Champlin, who has experienced some recent health problems.
At Symphony Hall in Chicago: I have a bone to pick with Chicago bassist/vocalist Jason Scheff. Scheff is an excellent player and fine singer, having been with the band for almost 30 years. Unfortunately, he almost caused the death of my best friend Joe.