Conversation With Chicago’s Robert Lamm – (Yes He Explains 25 Or 6 To 4)

Chicago and REO Speedwagon are in town for one of the biggest double bill concerts of the year.

Robert Lamm has been Chicago’s keyboard player from the start, and has written some of the band’s biggest hits: Beginnings, Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is, Questions 67 and 68, Free, Saturday In The Park, and 25 Or 6 To 4.

A while back, we talked about the songs and a lot more: big arenas vs smaller venues, process of songwriting, having his songs cut down to single length, his best friend with The Beach Boys, and a lot more.

And yes, he’ll tell you one last time (I’m not asking him again!) the meaning of 25 Or 6 To 4.

See you at tomorrow night’s show at Comerica Theatre.

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