Pirates vs. Padres + Chicago FanJam, Unblurred First Fridays on Penn, bette at Revel + Roost
Classic rock mainstay Chicago has remained vibrant and popular throughout the decades despite lead singer Peter Cetera leaving the band for a solo career in 1985, personnel changes, and a lack of latter-day chart successes. Why has Chicago remained so popular? The answer is in the music. Every musician is highly accomplished and the band’s big wall of sound brings it all together. Best known for its brassy horn section—which gives extra depth to hits like “25 or 6 to 4,” “Saturday in the Park,” “Just
Chicago, Stevie Wonder, Cherub
Top performers from the 1960s and 1970s are the main highlights of this months concert scene.
It’s elementary, my dear Watson; ‘Mr. Holmes’ is a terrific film