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    Robert Lamm -Founding member

    Robert wrote many of the band's biggest hits, including "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?," "Beginnings," "Saturday in the Park," "Dialogue" & "25 or 6 to 4." His vocal and keyboards performances are instantly recognizable - a huge part of Chicago's "signature" sound.

    Lee Loughnane -Founding member

    Beside playing trumpet, Loughnane's songwriting contributions for Chicago have included the hit singles "Call on Me" from Chicago VII and "No Tell Lover" from Hot Streets, as well as album cuts such as "Together Again" on Chicago X and "This Time" on Chicago XI.

    James Pankow -Founding Member

    Trombonist James Pankow has composed many songs for Chicago, including the hits "Make Me Smile" and "Colour My World" (both from his suite Ballet for a Girl in Buchannon), "Just You 'N' Me," "(I've Been) Searchin' So Long," "Old Days," "Alive Again," and is responsible for most of Chicago's horn arrangements.

    Walt Parazaider -Founding Member

    Parazaider's primary musical role in the band has consisted of playing saxophone, flute, and woodwinds. His compositional contributions include ("It Better End Soon: 2nd Movement", "Free Country", "Aire", "Devil's Sweet", "Window Dreamin'"). Parazaider's highly recognizable flute solo in the Chicago hit "Colour My World" is a Chicago classic. In 2008, he was awarded an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters by DePaul University.

    Jason Scheff

    At age 23, Jason joined Chicago in mid-1985 when Peter Cetera left to pursue a solo career. His ability to closely duplicate Cetera's vocal parts, and play bass guitar, allowed the band to continue its touring/recording efforts without a hitch; he debuted on lead vocals on their 1986 hit single "Will You Still Love Me?" Besides performing the band's classic material, Scheff has composed several original songs for the band, including their 1989 Top 10 single "What Kind Of Man Would I Be?." He is the oldest son of well-known session bassist Jerry Scheff, who toured for several years with Elvis Presley.

    Keith Howland

    Since 1995, he has been the lead guitarist for Chicago. After graduating from James Madison University in 1986 with a degree in communications, Keith moved to Los Angeles , performing and making invaluable contacts in the music industry. Being a long-time fan of the band he showed up to auditions thanks to a chance meeting with Jason Scheff (the band's bassist). He was offered a job the same day!

    Tris Imboden

    Prior to joining Chicago in 1990, as well as during his tenure as the band's drummer, Imboden has had a successful career as a studio session player. Among his works have been sessions for Neil Diamond, Kenny Loggins, Firefall, Richard Marx, Steve Vai, Roger Daltrey and Crosby, Stills & Nash. He has also toured as a drummer with Kenny Loggins, Al Jarreau, Firefall, Cock Robin and others. Imboden was one of the founding members of the band Honk in 1970.


    Lou is an American Grammy-nominated keyboardist, songwriter, and vocalist. He has worked with notable musicians such as Stevie Wonder and Santana, and, as of August 2009, has replaced Bill Champlin in Chicago. He has also written songs for artists such as Smokey Robinson and The Temptations. Call On Me [Live 2011] shows off Lou's powerful style -a perfect match for the band.


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