Hard Habit to Break
Legendary band Chicago heads south to Fort Worth to play the hits and more
The legendary band Chicago has added a performance at Will Rogers Auditorium in Fort Worth - Saturday, September 16 - to their extensive concert tour.
If it seems like Chicago is constantly on tour, that's because they are. The band has toured every year since their debut in 1969, never missing a year. Three of the original band members - keyboardist/vocalist Robert Lamm, trumpeter/vocalist Lee Loughnane, and trombonist James Pankow - are still going strong today.
Currently doing a monthlong residency in Las Vegas, the band will hit the road again in April. In addition to Fort Worth, they will stop in Sugar Land, in the Houston area, on September 20.
Despite having over 50 years of material from which to draw - including hit songs like "If You Leave Me Now," "Hard to Say I'm Sorry," and "You're the Inspiration" - they're still releasing new music, putting out Born for this Moment in 2022, making them the first American rock band to chart Top 40 albums in six consecutive decades.
They also released the documentary The Last Band on Stage in 2022, detailing how they were the last band playing in the U.S. as COVID lockdowns began in 2020 and how they survived the pandemic.
Tickets for the Fort Worth date will go on sale on Friday, March 10 at Ticketmaster.com.