The iconic Robert Lamm stopped by the Q's studio today to talk to Jim Kerr and Shelli Sonstein about the music he wrote which became the soundtrack to the lives of many.
The founding member of the pop rock band Chicago is known for his song writing abilities that created some major hits like "Saturday in the Park" and "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is".
The group was formed in February 1967 and since then there has been changes to the band.
"I think the current band is the best version of Chicago. It's exciting every night. My fingers hurt, my hands hurt every night because of the intensity of the shows," Lamm stated.
The band will be having a benefit concert tonight at BB King's Bar and Grill to benefit Musicians on Call. The proceeds of the show will go to the care and entertainment for those less fortunate and hospitalized.
Not only will Chicago be performing their classic numbers but they are also playing a few songs off of their new "Ultimate Christmas Collection", which consists of two hours worth of songs.
To purchase tickets to see Chicago tonight in Time Square purchase your benefit tickets at musiciansoncall.org!
Check out the interview below!