Chicago and Brian Wilson will play the AMP with Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin on June 21, 2022! Tickets go on sale Friday, December 10, 2021, at 11am. Concert and ticket information are available now at WaltonArtsCenter.org
Concert date: June 21, 2022 - Gates open at 5:30pm, music starts at 7pm!
In their 50+ years of existence,Chicago have sold over 100 million records, making them one of the best-selling music groups of all time. They found success with both their original progressive sound, including early hits "Make Me Smile" and "25 or 6 to 4", as well as their later, soft-rock based sound developed in the 1980s, including "Hard to Say I'm Sorry" and "You're the Inspiration." To date, the band has 23 Gold, 18 Platinum, and eight multi-Platinum albums, five consecutive No. 1 albums on the Billboard 200, 20 top 10 singles on the Billboard Hot 100, 10 Grammy Award®nominations, one Grammy win, a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, and an induction of its original members into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Though many members have come and gone, the band has remained active through its entire career, consistently releasing new music and touring.
Best known as the founder and songwriting force of the Beach Boys, Brian Wilson is an American musician, singer, songwriter, and record producer from Hawthorne, Ca. In addition to his work with the Beach Boys, Wilson scored top hits as a producer for other acts as well as releasing music as a solo artist, the first of which was the single "Caroline, No" in 1966. Throughout his career, Wilson has struggled with mental health and substance abuse issues, which made him largely reclusive and absent musically through the latter half of the ‘60s and early ‘70. He relaunched his solo career twice with "The Beach Boys Love You" in 1977 and "Brian Wilson" in 1988. Wilson began touring as a solo artist in 1999, and has continued touring regularly ever since. Widely considered one of the most influential artists of rock and pop music, he has left his mark especially as a "producer auteur," recording and producing every element of his music himself and using the studio as an instrument.