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Excellent concert the Louisville Palace was an excellent setting for such a fantastic and memorable band
We hope they can return to Louisville the sooner the better
Nancy from Chicago, Illinois
CHICAGO AT RAVINIA ON FATHER’S DAY
Well I won’t say much about the opening act as I think she put us all to sleep.
Chicago was amazing. They played all their hits and were perfectly on key and everyone was singing along. They were so good if you closed your eyes it brought back memories of seeing them outside in the 70’s near LSD. I’m so glad I was able to see them. We are all getting older thankfully but to listen to them play they were so on point. Never missing a beat. Hopefully they’ll be back again soon.
Laura from Washington, District of Columbia
TILL NEXT TIME!
Summers of ‘65 and ‘66 I saw The Fab Four at Shea Stadium in NY.
57 years later, summers of ‘22 and ‘23, it's Chicago at the MGM Grand just outside of DC. I enjoyed this more! I couldn't stop smiling!
Was particularly knocked out by the brass!!
When the concert was over, my husband only half-jokingly commented that it was hard to believe that so many white-haired people would be out so ‘late’ on a Tuesday night for a rock concert! Well, we would do it again!
Thank you, Chicago! Awesome!!
Brett Vianney from Suffield, CT
Saw Chicago at the Oakdale Theater, CT five years ago and at Saratoga Springs, NY two years ago, and tonight in Springfield, MA. Wow!! The new lead singer is unbelievable and has a vocal range that is incredible. Close your eyes, and you would think you were back in the 70s listening to the original band. Then you add the fact that the three brass players are original members of the band and are still "rock stars". Thank you for giving the four of us a concert of a lifetime and playing every song we all wanted to hear. By the way, your encore, as you know, had everyone standing and dancing, and celebrating your beautiful concert. Can't wait for our next chance to share your music in a live venue. So proud of what you give to your fans.
Dissapointed with sound in Boston from Boston, Massachusetts
SOUND MIX NOT GOOD
Chicago is a great band, great showmen, and an unreal litany of hits. Sadly the sound mix at the Orpheum last night in Boston was not good. The first half of the show was really muddy. Couldn't clearly distinguish the vocals at all. It got better in the second half of the show - but could be better. I was excited to see them at the Orpheum because remember the acoustics being so good for other concerts at that venue. This was not the case with Chicago.
Jayden Anderson from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
CHICAGO WITH BRIAN WILSON
So, I am young, under 30. My 4th time seeing Chicago live. They were excellent. Sounded as close to their album versions as they could have. The only thing that doesn't sit right with me...is Brian Wilson, their opener. He literally sat center stage, at a piano, looking...like a person with severe dementia. He looked like he had no clue where he was, and I didn't see him sing a single word, or even touch the piano in front of him. After research, I have learned he has severe schizophrenia, mostly from his LSD use. He should NOT be touring. I feel as though his good name is being exploited for profit. The person who sung all the Beach Boy hits was a light skinned african american man, in his 20s. If you can find any recent vids of concerts with Brian, please watch them. I would have rather seen Chicago with no opener, then what I saw on that stage last night. The man seems almost comatose. He needs to be relaxing somewhere, enjoying his wealth. Not being forced to perform.
Betty M Bennett from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.15106
I have seen the band several times and love their music. First hearing them sing Beginnings at the Cow Shed in Conneaut Lake in the 90s . I had bucket list second row tickets for my 75Th Birthday. I thought the Band overall were excellent in their presentation and sound. Was anxiously wanting to see the three original members of the group for my possible last time, due to my declining health. Lee Lachnane and Jimmy Pancow took the stage . Robert Lamm was Missing . His organ sat on stage and I hoped he was running late. Neil Donnell sung all of the songs that Robert has always lent his own special talent to the presentation. While the music helped ease the pain of missing Robert , I could not help but feel cheated . THe band never mentioned his absence ,leaving me worried he had become ill. I have loved these guys and must say had a crush on Robert. After so many changes since last year I also missed Lou Pardini and Keith Howland. Long time fans I know, also noted Robert was missing. THe band may think they can just go on forever ,but many have been invested in the individual players and feel their loss! The music will live forever, but in my eyes the loss of Robert at this concert was huge for me.
Missed you Robert.Wish you Wellness and Happiness wherever you
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