Robert Lamm
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"Robert William Lamm" is an United States/American keyboardist, singing/singer and songwriter who came to fame as a founding member of the pop rock band Chicago (band)/Chicago. He wrote many of the band's biggest hits, including "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?", "Beginnings (Chicago song)/Beginnings", "Saturday in the Park (song)/Saturday in the Park", "Dialogue (Part I & II)" and "25 or 6 to 4".

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We have as many audiences as we have phases of our career. And all of us are older now. We've grown in different directions, so that the result is a band that's sometimes a little scattered -- just like it was with the original version of the band, really. ... All Chicago albums are stylistically all over the map, and that's a good thing. We can play to anyone.

When you've been playing for 35 years, there aren't too many 'firsts' left. But this is definitely the first time we've ever played a record company's lobby.

Over the years we've co-headlined with a lot of amazing musicians. Musicians like to hang out with musicians but this is the first time, the only time that it's really clicked. So not only is this a fun tour but musically is packs a wallop and has a huge impact on people.

A lot of producers will intimidate you or leave it to the engineer when you're in the vocal booth. I'm at my most vulnerable when I'm singing, but he just had a great manner in the studio.