Unplugged & Totally Uncut

Chicago's Robert Lamb 36

September 3, 20148 min
In the wild west of the 21st Century endeavour of making music, Chicago "NOW" is a new frontier for the iconic "rock band with horns". Putting aside an awesome accumulation of honours, awards, accomplishments, numbers and peer respect, this remarkable group of talented musicians continues to make history with a new recording process geared towards musical excellence, doing the business of music "NOW", while reckoning with the logistical realities of a world-wide touring band. Chicago, with Lee Loughnane spearheading, has customized a new recording system (dubbed "the Rig") that is flexible, powerful, portable, and always travels with the band. "NOW" was performed across a number of locations (mostly hotel rooms), including Nashville, Cleveland, Toledo, New Jersey, Spokane, and many other points across the globe. In this new collaboration, each of the band’s songwriters becomes the "supervising producer" for their compositions. Hank Linderman, musician, and long-time studio engine

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