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Most of us associate Chicago with the American metropolis famously dubbed as the "Windy City". However, the world of music also has a soundscape by the name of Chicago on its melodious map, most specifically on the massive and robust continent of rock that juts out in foreboding tunes, giving rise to edgy vibes that crash against hard rocky riffs. Though the listening denizens of this rocking realm acclimatized themselves considerably with the sunny sounds of The Beach Boys due to their high hype, the phenomenon of Chicago the band has repeatedly been downplayed, despite still having the status of being one of the top-ten highest-selling US groups in history, having sold around 40 million units. This is largely because Chicago the band has refused to submit itself to being manipulated to extreme lengths by media and PR entities, and instead of resorting to sensationalism and shock tactics, has banked on their symphonic outpourings to do the talking. Catch hold of some cheap Chicago the band tickets for being sucked into a tuneful tornado.

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The creation of the band Chicago the band was wrought with a surgical approach towards music by a lot of students of music at one DePaul University. Their academic grounding coupled with musical street smarts resulted in an eclectic act that comprised of James Pankow on the trombone, pianist Robert Lang, trumpeter Lee Loughane, Terry Kath on the guitars an last but not least, Peter Cetera on the bass, who also served as vocal succor. Though Chicago the band did have the baritone vocal range courtesy Kath and Lamm but they found the much needed tenor element in Catera. The main driving force behinds Chicago the band's early rise was saxophone player Walter Parazaider, whose apartment also serve as the band's base of operations, with the latter's parents basement being used as rehearsal space. Paradzaider himself was spurred on by the success of the band the Buckinghams who were managed by his friend and achieved a nationwide hit with "Kind of a Drag," a track that copiously featured the horn. Getting your hands on some cheap Chicago the band tickets right now is a must for being blown away a trainload of eclectic tunes later.  
 
With their lineup and identity now down pat, Chicago the band relocated to the "City of Angels" and were signed onto the cabalistic Columbia Records in 1968. Chicago the band released their debut record the following year and though initially self-titling it as The Chicago Transit Authority after the real eponymous entity, had to later alter their moniker to simply Chicago in order to avoid a lawsuit. However, being on Columbia Records' payroll meant that they were guaranteed a certain level of success that they promptly capitalized upon and were rewarded with a top-twenty record on Billboard 200, their first of 14 such albums. The sophomore nouveau self-titled album Chicago commenced the band's consecutive streak of ten records, all peaking on Billboard's top-ten slot, including a quartet of straight chart-toppers as well as a live and a greatest hits album.
 
Chicago the band has scored almost three dozen top-40 hits in Billboard's Hot 100 chart, including 21 top-ten singles and a trio of chart-topping ones, namely "If You Leave Me Now," "Hard to Say I'm Sorry" and "Look Away" that came out in 1976, 1982 and 1988 respectively. You definitely will not be sorry that you bought some Chicago the band tickets as they will lift you aloft on their breezy tunes and gusty vibes. 
 
Over the years, the lineup of Chicago the band has been a revolving door. However, save for two, namely Terry Kath, Peter Catera and Danny Seraphine, all of the other founding members are still going strong and show no signs of letting up four decades on. During their heyday, Chicago the band toured with The Beach Boys in a unique format that entailed them both performing their own repertoire and then joining forces to deliver a rollicking finale. They have even had Joe Perry from Aerosmith gun the guitar on one of their tours in 1994 and the mid-2000s saw them tour with the legendary act Earth, Wind & Fire, even coming out with a live DVD Chicago/Earth, Wind & Fire - Live at the Greek Theatre that slammed down a platinum certification just two months into its release. Secure some Chicago the band tickets now to infuse your senses with some earthy tunes and elemental sounds.  
 
 
 
 
 

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