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“Drugs and alcohol and ego clashes got in the way, but we managed to keep them quiet”: the unbelievable story of Chicago, the soft rock kings with steel in their hearts

Jazz-rock experimentalists, money-spinning soft rock kings, derided balladeers? The mighty Chicago have been all of these and more

Chicago in 1982

When Peter Cetera was beaten up at a baseball game, it changed his life. In a good way.

Although he left Chicago , the band he co-founded in 1967,  almost 40 years ago, to many people Cetera remains the voice of the band, his falsetto technique gracing mega-hits such as If You Leave Me Now and Hard To Say I’m Sorry . Bizarrely, Cetera’s style is a direct a result of singing for a period of time with a wired-shut jaw after getting into a brawl at an LA Dodgers match in summer 1969.

“That’s true,” he affirms. “Three huge guys beat the living shit out of me. They didn’t like a long-haired rock ’n’ roller in a baseball park. I got a broken jaw in three places, and I was in intensive care for a couple of days. Afterwards I was afraid to open my mouth fully. I actually went on the road, and I was singing through my clenched jaw, which, to this day, is still the way I sing.”

The tale of Chicago is a saga of spectacular triumph and heartbreaking tragedy, also in a less obvious sense of management manipulation and deep-rooted internal frustrations. The stats speak for themselves – with record sales of 100 million including 21 US Top Ten singles, five consecutive chart-topping albums and 11 Number One singles, 25 of the group’s 32 albums have been certified platinum.

And yet despite being among the most commercially successful acts in musical history, Chicago are also critically reviled; often dismissed as a soulless, ruthlessly predictable, ballad-obsessed money-making machine when, in fact, they have played many different types of rock music and undergone several evolutions since forming in 1967.

Indeed, it speaks volumes of the way that Chicago are perceived that after more than four decades since the senseless death of Terry Kath – the band’s co-founding guitarist who died from an unintentional self-inflicted gunshot wound – some still claim that the group should have done the decent thing and called it a day. 

Had Chicago done so, the world would have been deprived of an artistic and commercial rebirth during the early 1980s that was crowned by the melodic, multi-million-selling masterpieces Chicago 16 and Chicago 17 – albums that gave the world such lip-quivering delights as Hard To Say I’m Sorry , Hard Habit To Break and You’re The Inspiration .

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Chicago in 1970

The Chicago story begins when six musicians known as The Big Thing – guitarist/vocalist Terry Kath, saxophonist Walter Parazaider, trumpet player Lee Loughnane, trombonist James Pankow, keyboard player/vocalist Robert Lamm and drummer Danny Seraphine – began combining rock ‘n’ roll with a horn section. Whether they or Blood Sweat & Tears were the first act to do so can be debated, however their ‘new’ sound made them a hot property on the Midwest club circuit. 

“Not only were we kids back then but most of the band was studying music,” recalls Robert Lamm now. “Our three-piece horn section definitely gave us an advantage over our rivals.”

However, The Big Thing lacked a strong tenor voice and a bass player. “For our first year, I played bass pedals on the organ,” Lamm reveals. “Terry and I had the vocal ranges to cover most but not all of the Top 40 hits that we performed.”

Peter Cetera of another local act called The Exceptions was to provide the final crucial element of what became Chicago’s signature sound. 

In 1968, The Big Thing changed their name Chicago Transit Authority, relocated to Los Angeles and signed to Columbia Records. Produced by Jim Guercio, who doubled as the group’s manager, the following year’s self-titled debut was a double-disc set. Despite its jazzy and experimental qualities, it sold well. 

“We were lucky to have formed in an era when people wanted to hear something a little different,” reflects Lamm. 

“Chicago started out as an experimental band and in many ways we remain one,” Lee Loughnane agrees. “All that later changed were the economics of the business to which we, like all other bands, had to respond.”

Right from the start, however, Peter Cetera felt like a fish out of water. “Musically, the jazz and blues that the rest of the guys loved was never my cup of tea,” admits the singer, whose taste lay in more mainstream areas. “In a way I never really felt part of the group anyhow.”

Coming from the writer of many of the band’s signature hits, this is a serious admission. “I was afraid of being out of work,” reasons Cetera. “It was like a job to me. I had to put up with some stuff I didn’t like in order to do some stuff I did like.”

Following the release of The Chicago Transit Authority , the band abbreviated their name to the more succinct version that is now so familiar, having been threatened with a writ by the real CTA. 

“That’s true,” confirms Loughnane, “but the real reason that we changed it was to avoid confusion. We were being called by three different names; Chicago Transit Authority, CTA and Chicago. So we eliminated the other two.”

In what was either a clever marketing move or a prime shoot-yourself-in-the-foot moment, the band would eventually title most of their ensuing albums as Chicago followed by a Roman numeral. Coupled with the fact that their sleeves stubbornly refused to show the band’s photographs this was certainly consistent in a branding sense, though it also perhaps subliminally bred the suggestion that each successive release sprang from some production line.

“Well, I see the point that you are making,” ponders Loughnane wearily, “but the reality behind that statement couldn’t be any more false. Listen to those records and there’s no mistaking the passion, commitment and artistry that went into making them. That’s complete crap.”

There was nevertheless a political undercurrent to the band’s earliest music, the artwork of 1971’s Chicago At Carnegie Hall extolling the virtues of the era’s youth grappling with the authorities to change the system. “What with Vietnam and civil rights issues, America was crazy back then,” explains Lamm. “A changing of the guard was about to happen, something that was enrooted in our DNA.”

Late Chicago guitarist Terry Kath in 1976

Although their enviable early sales figures suggest otherwise, Robert Lamm believes that it took the band five albums to establish its real musical voice, a claim perhaps verified in the summer of 1972 when Chicago 5 became the group’s first US Number One LP, remaining in its lofty position for five weeks.

“Becoming huge stars at such a young age was challenging, I don’t think anyone can be prepared for that until it happens,” Lamm remembers. “When it did so, we closed ranks and almost sort of took it in turns to parent each other as things got out of control. It was euphoric on some levels and heartbreaking on others.”

“Drugs and alcohol and ego clashes got in the way,” shrugs Cetera now. “We could compete with many other bands in those respects, but we managed to keep them private.”

Indeed, thanks to the fact that their famous logo and not the musicians’ faces appeared on the record sleeves, Chicago enjoyed anonymity on a grander scale.

“It still helps to keep us sane today,” chuckles Loughnane. “I’m doing an interview [by phone] with you right now, but if I were to walk past you later I doubt that you could picture my face.”

Peter Cetera offers a more sinister viewpoint, suggesting that manager Jim Guercio used the fact that nobody really knew what Chicago really looked like as reminder that nobody in the band was irreplaceable.

“It’s another reason why the band kept their mouths shut about so many things,” he points out. Chicago’s inner workings were certainly complex. With so many singers and writers trying to exert their influences upon Chicago’s music, things weren’t always harmonious.

“We tried to be fairly civil about the breakdown of what was and wasn’t included on our albums, especially early on,” reflects Lamm. “But everything changed after the tenth album. Once the song If You Leave Me Now showed up in our lives, the band stopped making musical statements and documenting where we were as composers. It began to be more premeditated. We were gunslingers; people wanted hits. Suddenly, everyone in the band expected to be a writer, when at the start there was only Terry Kath, James Pankow and myself.”

“Those guys didn’t want to give up a share of anything,” comments Peter Cetera, who had sung the band’s first hit, the Lamm-penned 25 Or 6 To 4 , but couldn’t force his way into the creative team until Chicago VI in 1973.

It would take four more years before If You Leave Me Now , written and sung by Cetera, transformed Chicago into genuine worldwide superstars. Their first US Number One single, it also topped the British and Australian singles charts, bringing the band two prestigious Grammy awards.

It’s staggering to think that, just like many career-defining hits by other acts born as virtual after-thoughts, If You Leave Me Now was recorded at the last minute and almost didn’t make it on to Chicago X .

“That’s because if you listened to the previous nine Chicago albums you wouldn’t have heard anything similar. It didn’t show the band as we thought we were,” explains Lamm, “nor indeed in its best light. When it became as successful as it did, everybody was surprised. Some of us resented it because… well, because it just wasn’t cool – certainly it was beautiful, but in our young minds it just wasn’t a cool song.”

As a consequence of the If You Leave Me Now phenomenon the band’s record company, along with the general public, came to view Chicago as a ‘ballad band’. 

“It was decided for us that ballads were our niche,” rues Loughnane. “Yes, we can play ballads and play them well, but we can also play anything we like. And that’s what we still do.”

Chicago came to not one but two forks in the road circa 1977’s Chicago XI album. During its recording they decided they could no longer cope with the demands of their producer/manager Jim Guercio, and sacked him upon its completion. More importantly still, mere months after Chicago XI ’s unveiling, Terry Kath unintentionally shot himself during a party at the house of band roadie, Don Johnson.

“Terry had been thinking of leaving the group and gone off on a bender. He’d been up for three days taking coke and all that stuff,” remembers Cetera. “When I heard the news I figured I’d probably have to start my own group.”

“It was the only time that we seriously considered breaking up,” states Loughnane. “Those feelings were intense, but short-lived – it was only a week or two before we realised that Terry would not have wanted us to split up. The band still wanted to play; the biggest problem was replacing the magic that Terry, who was our musical leader, brought to the band.”

“Had Terry survived and been a part of Chicago as it went into the 1980s, this band’s history would have been very different,” ventures Robert Lamm. “Terry would have would have opposed the balladic direction that we were sucked into. He’d put a stop to that, or he’d have left the band.”

With new guitarist Donnie Dacus in place, Chicago rang further changes with their 12th album, Hot Streets , in 1978. Co-produced by the group with Phil Ramone, it was their first collection of all-new material to feature a non-numeric title, also to show the band on its cover (though they had been pictured breaking through their now-fabled logo on Chicago’s Greatest Hits three years earlier).

“We were moving into a different era,” observes Loughnane, “but people still wanted to have the numbers [instead of titles]. So we went back to that.”

In fact, despite selling a million copies, Hot Streets was the band’s first record since their debut to fall short of the US Top Ten, by two places. The following year’s Chicago 13 would peak at Number 21, the poorly promoted Chicago XIV stalling at Number 71.

Dropped by Columbia in 1981, Chicago entered a period of stagnation before hooking up with Full Moon Records and a fellow musician whose production and guidance skills would help to take their career to unprecedented new heights.

“David Foster was still an untried producer, but he had a vision of how the band should sound,” explains Loughnane. “He chose [to highlight] the tenor voice [of Peter Cetera], and the results speak for themselves.”

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Having resolved his own chemical and booze issues, Cetera comes clean about his personal goals. “I thought that if I could get Chicago back on its feet, then it would be easier for me to walk away from,” he confides.

Due in no small part to the band’s second US Number One single, Hard To Say I’m Sorry , 1982’s Chicago 16 has now sold more than three million copies. It features contributions from Toto’ s Steve Lukather, Joseph Williams, David Paich and Steve Porcaro. 

Two years later, Chicago 17 begat four Top 20 US hit singles including Hard Habit To Break and You’re The Inspiration , establishing itself as the band’s biggest all-time seller (it’s now owned by seven million people). And yet for all of the career regeneration that it brought Chicago, Robert Lamm doesn’t look favourably upon the David Foster-influenced era of the band’s history.

“Foster was talented but he was also smarmy. He bought into the whole ballad thing. Once Cetera had started [taking over the] writing and Foster was on board, then all those outsiders started affecting what we were doing,” he says, irked by writing credits for the likes of Foster, Ian Thomas, Toto’s Williams and Paich and even Lionel Richie that began appearing in the small print. Intriguingly, Donny Osmond and a young Richard Marx were among the backing vocalists to appear on Chicago 17 .

Cetera addresses the issue of the guest writers and players with his usual candour; “What the other guys are not telling you is that by that point the drugs and the drinking had taken over so much, along with David [Foster] I was the only one that still could write. Except Danny [Seraphine] they were all doing that stuff. I dare anybody to try to deny that it was a very dysfunctional time.”

“From the first day that we got together, Chicago was a team effort,” says Lee Loughnane in response to the above claim. “We were, in every sense of the word, a ‘group’. Robert Lamm, James Pankow and Terry Kath were the major songwriters in the beginning. Then Peter Cetera, Danny Seraphine and myself.

“As we became more and more successful, we all had missteps with drugs, booze and women. One or more of us always stepped up and worked harder and contributed more when the extra effort was needed.”

That wasn’t enough to persuade Cetera to stay. In 1985, he severed his ties with Chicago and became a solo artist. Warned by the group’s organisation that an annual tour of North America was imminent, Cetera dug in his heels and insisted upon recording a second solo album instead.

“Were we disappointed that Peter felt it was more important to do his own thing than to stay with Chicago? Of course we were,” responds Robert Lamm. “But it’s happened so many times before. Whoever starts to believe that he is that band’s ‘main guy’ in a band – the reason for their success – usually wants to work outside that community.”

In fact, Cetera claims that he had already cut an “under the table” deal with Chicago’s management that would have brought him extra royalties before the ‘tour or quit’ ultimatum arrived. 

“They were going to give me extra ‘points’ [percentage of the profits], which I felt I deserved, but management said: ‘Don’t tell the group’ – that’s how things were back then,” he exclaims. “So I replied: ‘I won’t say shit’.”

But still Peter prioritised a solo album above touring. When a contract arrived and he prevaricated Cetera was told: “If you don’t sign they’ll find someone else.” 

“So I rang the manager and said: ‘You can tell them to start looking’. It was a relief, to be honest,” he relates.

Jason Scheff, son of Elvis Presley’s bassist Jerry Scheff, became the band’s new bassist/singer in time for a final David Foster-produced album, Chicago 18 . This was less successful than its two predecessors, but Scheff remained with the band until 2016. However, while Chicago remained a popular live draw their profile dipped immensely during the 1990s and beyond.

“It was inevitable,” Lamm theorises. “Each generation has a changing of the guard taste-wise, and the advent of things like grunge affected us. Not to mention the many, many bad decisions the record companies made.”

This category must include the vetoing of the group’s Stone Of Sisyphus album by Warner Bros (the parent company of Full Moon) back in 1994. Though deemed “unreleasable” at the time, the recordings would emerge under the title of Chicago XXXII: Stone Of Sisyphus some 15 years later. 

“We always knew that it was a good record,” professes Loughnane. “Warner Bros told us we had to go back in and record some hits, but they were going through their own period of transition. It was a business decision, not a musical one.”

Chicago onstage in 2022

Unlike so many of their contemporaries, Chicago never broke up or went on hiatus and continue to tour regularly.

“I’m proud and happy that we do – and that we still perform very well,” Lamm bristles. “We still make records, too. As someone that began composing in the late 1960s, that brings me comfort” (Chicago release their third seasonal album, O Christmas Three , later this year). 

Lamm and Loughnane both agree that the David Foster years have left Chicago misunderstood. Pigeonholed in the narrowest of musical terms as some redundant soft-rock behemoth, they receive little credit for the breadth and quality of an extensive catalogue.

“There’s very little we can do about that,” Loughnane sighs. “All that radio has ever wanted to hear from Chicago is another version of If You Leave Me Now . And success like that can never be repeated.”

Naturally there have been countless line-up changes in recent years, though the trio of founder members – Lamm, Loughnane and James Pankow – continue to be the beating heart of the band. Asked whether Peter Cetera might someday return to Chicago, Robert Lamm replies: “No. That would be like remarrying your ex-wife.”

According Cetera the feeling is mutual. “The day that I go back to Chicago is the day you can call me up and say: ‘You sold out’,” he laughs.

Robert Lamm is the first to admit that Chicago’s journey has been a wild ride, with plenty of twists and its fair share of tumult. But he adds that all the turbulence has been worth it.

“People come to see us and say: ‘My God, I know every single one of those songs’,” announces Lamm proudly. “I know that isn’t the case with everybody else. We’ve been privileged to amass a very strong body of work, so why not show it off?” 

Originally published in Classic Rock Presents AOR issue 3

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Peter Cetera, the legendary singer and songwriter known for his time with the band Chicago, has had a long and successful career in the music industry. But what is Peter Cetera doing now? Let’s take a look at what the iconic musician has been up to recently, along with some interesting facts about his life and career.

1. Peter Cetera has continued to release music as a solo artist since leaving Chicago in 1985. His most recent album, “The Very Best of Peter Cetera,” was released in 2017 and features some of his greatest hits from his time with Chicago as well as his solo career.

2. In addition to his solo music career, Peter Cetera has also collaborated with other artists over the years. He has worked with musicians such as Cher, Agnetha Fältskog of ABBA, and David Foster, among others.

3. Peter Cetera has also made appearances on television shows and in movies. In 2015, he appeared as himself in an episode of the hit TV show “Family Guy.” He has also lent his vocals to several movie soundtracks, including “The Karate Kid Part II” and “The Glory of Love.”

4. Despite his success as a musician, Peter Cetera has faced some health challenges in recent years. In 2011, he underwent surgery to repair a torn muscle in his hip, which forced him to cancel some tour dates. However, he has since recovered and continues to perform live.

5. Peter Cetera has received numerous awards and accolades throughout his career. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Chicago in 2016, and has also received several Grammy Awards for his work as a songwriter and performer.

6. In addition to his music career, Peter Cetera is also a dedicated philanthropist. He has been involved with several charitable organizations over the years, including the Make-A-Wish Foundation and the American Cancer Society.

7. Peter Cetera has remained active on social media, where he shares updates on his music and personal life with his fans. He has a strong following on platforms such as Instagram and Twitter, where he often interacts with his followers and shares behind-the-scenes glimpses into his life.

8. Despite his decades-long career in the music industry, Peter Cetera shows no signs of slowing down. He continues to write, record, and perform music, delighting fans around the world with his timeless voice and classic hits.

Now, let’s answer some common questions about Peter Cetera:

1. Is Peter Cetera still touring?

Yes, Peter Cetera continues to tour and perform live for his fans around the world.

2. Will Peter Cetera ever reunite with Chicago?

While there have been rumors of a Chicago reunion with Peter Cetera, nothing has been confirmed at this time.

3. Does Peter Cetera have any upcoming albums?

There is no official announcement of a new album from Peter Cetera at this time.

4. How can I stay up to date on Peter Cetera’s music and tour dates?

You can follow Peter Cetera on social media or visit his official website for the latest updates on his music and live performances.

5. Does Peter Cetera have any children?

Yes, Peter Cetera has two children from his previous marriage.

6. What is Peter Cetera’s net worth?

Peter Cetera’s net worth is estimated to be around $40 million.

7. Does Peter Cetera still live in Chicago?

No, Peter Cetera now resides in Idaho.

8. What are some of Peter Cetera’s biggest hits?

Some of Peter Cetera’s biggest hits include “Glory of Love,” “The Next Time I Fall,” and “You’re the Inspiration.”

9. Has Peter Cetera ever acted in any movies or TV shows?

Yes, Peter Cetera has made appearances in several movies and TV shows over the years.

10. Is Peter Cetera married?

Peter Cetera has been married twice and is currently single.

11. Does Peter Cetera have any upcoming concerts?

You can check Peter Cetera’s official website for information on upcoming tour dates and concerts.

12. What inspired Peter Cetera to become a musician?

Peter Cetera has cited artists such as The Beatles and The Beach Boys as inspirations for his music career.

13. Does Peter Cetera play any instruments?

Yes, Peter Cetera is a talented bassist and also plays guitar.

14. What is Peter Cetera’s favorite song to perform live?

Peter Cetera has mentioned that “Glory of Love” is one of his favorite songs to perform live.

15. How can I purchase Peter Cetera’s music?

You can find Peter Cetera’s music on streaming platforms such as Spotify, Apple Music, and Amazon Music, as well as on his official website.

In conclusion, Peter Cetera remains a beloved figure in the music industry, with a career that has spanned decades. From his time with Chicago to his successful solo career, Peter Cetera continues to captivate audiences with his timeless voice and classic hits. Fans can look forward to more music and live performances from this iconic musician in the years to come.

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Posted: May 12, 2024 | Last updated: May 12, 2024

<p>Listening to your favorite musician at home is fun, but there's <a href="https://go.redirectingat.com?id=74968X1553576&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.harpersbazaar.com%2Fculture%2Fart-books-music%2Fg44533016%2Fmusic-stars-touring-this-year%2F&sref=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.harpersbazaar.com%2Fculture%2Fart-books-music%2Fg46449171%2Fjust-a-few-of-the-biggest-concert-tours-of-2024%2F">nothing quite like</a> the experience of singing along with them, and tons of more fans, live. And as luck would have it, 2024 is shaping up to be a massive year for some of the world's top musical acts, so chances are your favorite performer might be stopping at a city near you soon. </p><p>Ahead, we rounded up some of the biggest concert tours of 2024, ranging from Taylor Swift's <a href="https://go.redirectingat.com?id=74968X1553576&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.harpersbazaar.com%2Fculture%2Ffilm-tv%2Fa44963081%2Ftaylor-swift-the-eras-tour-movie-release-date-tickets-theaters%2F&sref=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.harpersbazaar.com%2Fculture%2Fart-books-music%2Fg46449171%2Fjust-a-few-of-the-biggest-concert-tours-of-2024%2F">mega-popular Eras Tour</a> to Drake and J. Cole's exciting It's All A Blur Tour - Big as the What?—set to kick off this winter. You can also expect tour dates from classic icons like Stevie Nicks, Billy Joel, Bruce Springsteen, and more.</p>

Listening to your favorite musician at home is fun, but there's nothing quite like the experience of singing along with them, and tons of more fans, live. And as luck would have it, 2024 is shaping up to be a massive year for some of the world's top musical acts, so chances are your favorite performer might be stopping at a city near you soon.

Ahead, we rounded up some of the biggest concert tours of 2024, ranging from Taylor Swift's mega-popular Eras Tour to Drake and J. Cole's exciting It's All A Blur Tour - Big as the What?—set to kick off this winter. You can also expect tour dates from classic icons like Stevie Nicks, Billy Joel, Bruce Springsteen, and more.

<p>Undoubtedly one of the biggest concert tours ever, Taylor Swift's Eras Tour will continue right through 2024. The international leg of the tour kicked off in Japan, where she played four shows in Tokyo. She'll also stop in Melbourne, Singapore, Paris, Madrid, London, Milan, and more before returning to the States to play in the fall.</p><p>There's nothing like seeing T. Swift IRL, but don't fret if you're unable to nab tickets—the <a href="https://go.redirectingat.com?id=74968X1553576&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.harpersbazaar.com%2Fculture%2Ffilm-tv%2Fa45532067%2Ftaylor-swift-the-eras-tour-movie-streaming%2F&sref=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.harpersbazaar.com%2Fculture%2Fart-books-music%2Fg46449171%2Fjust-a-few-of-the-biggest-concert-tours-of-2024%2F">Eras Tour movie is now available to stream</a> from the comfort of your home. </p>

1) Taylor Swift

Undoubtedly one of the biggest concert tours ever, Taylor Swift's Eras Tour will continue right through 2024. The international leg of the tour kicked off in Japan, where she played four shows in Tokyo. She'll also stop in Melbourne, Singapore, Paris, Madrid, London, Milan, and more before returning to the States to play in the fall.

There's nothing like seeing T. Swift IRL, but don't fret if you're unable to nab tickets—the Eras Tour movie is now available to stream from the comfort of your home.

<p>This is not a drill—"Drivers License" singer <a href="https://go.redirectingat.com?id=74968X1553576&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.harpersbazaar.com%2Fcelebrity%2Fred-carpet-dresses%2Fg45037907%2Folivia-rodrigo-fashion-evolution-street-style-red-carpet%2F&sref=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.harpersbazaar.com%2Fculture%2Fart-books-music%2Fg46449171%2Fjust-a-few-of-the-biggest-concert-tours-of-2024%2F">Olivia Rodrigo</a> will be hitting the road on tour starting at the end of February. <a href="https://www.oliviarodrigo.com/tour/">The Guts World Tour</a> runs from February through mid-August and has dates in Nashville, Toronto, Chicago, and New York City, among others. Even cooler? Rodrigo will have a stacked list of special guests—like PinkPantheress, Remi Wolf, The Breeders, and Chappell Roan—with her.</p>

2) Olivia Rodrigo

This is not a drill—"Drivers License" singer Olivia Rodrigo will be hitting the road on tour starting at the end of February. The Guts World Tour runs from February through mid-August and has dates in Nashville, Toronto, Chicago, and New York City, among others. Even cooler? Rodrigo will have a stacked list of special guests—like PinkPantheress, Remi Wolf, The Breeders, and Chappell Roan—with her.

<p>Did you hear the good news? The Red Hot Chili Peppers have extended <a href="https://redhotchilipeppers.com/tour/">their global tour</a> through summer 2024. The buzzy stadium tour, which kicked off in June 2022, will now run until July 2024 and bring the California-based band to places like Los Angeles, Tampa, Toronto, and Salt Lake City.</p>

3) Red Hot Chili Peppers

Did you hear the good news? The Red Hot Chili Peppers have extended their global tour through summer 2024. The buzzy stadium tour, which kicked off in June 2022, will now run until July 2024 and bring the California-based band to places like Los Angeles, Tampa, Toronto, and Salt Lake City.

<p>It's fitting that "Monaco" rapper Bad Bunny titled his tour <a href="https://mostwantedtour.com/">Most Wanted</a>—it's slated to be one of the year's hottest tours. Planned to help promote his latest studio album, <em>Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana</em>, Most Wanted will kick off in Salt Lake City on February 21 and run through May 26.</p>

4) Bad Bunny

It's fitting that "Monaco" rapper Bad Bunny titled his tour Most Wanted —it's slated to be one of the year's hottest tours. Planned to help promote his latest studio album, Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana , Most Wanted will kick off in Salt Lake City on February 21 and run through May 26.

<p>If you haven't yet seen Billy Joel perform live, there's still time! The Piano Man <a href="https://www.billyjoel.com/tour/">has added more tour dates</a> to his schedule, stopping in cities like Tampa, New York, Denver, and St. Louis this year. Even more exciting? He'll share the stage with fellow iconic performers Sting and Stevie Nicks for some of these dates. </p>

5) Billy Joel

If you haven't yet seen Billy Joel perform live, there's still time! The Piano Man has added more tour dates to his schedule, stopping in cities like Tampa, New York, Denver, and St. Louis this year. Even more exciting? He'll share the stage with fellow iconic performers Sting and Stevie Nicks for some of these dates.

<p>Mitski recently announced that she's expanding her <a href="https://mitski.com/">North American tour dates</a>, and we couldn't be more excited. The months-long tour, which supports her 2023 studio album <em>The Land Is Inhospitable and So Are We, </em> has a long list of stops, including Miami Beach, Philadelphia, Brooklyn, and Paris. </p>

Mitski recently announced that she's expanding her North American tour dates , and we couldn't be more excited. The months-long tour, which supports her 2023 studio album The Land Is Inhospitable and So Are We, has a long list of stops, including Miami Beach, Philadelphia, Brooklyn, and Paris.

<p>There's nothing quite like a Madonna concert, that's for sure. The singer's <a href="https://www.madonna.com/tour">Celebration Tour</a>, which started last October, continues straight through the spring with dates in Seattle, San Francisco, Mexico City, and more. Besides her eye-catching sets, chart-topping songs, and impressive choreography, concertgoers also get a glimpse of the performer's fantastic costumes, which include looks from Versace and Jean Paul Gaultier. </p>

There's nothing quite like a Madonna concert, that's for sure. The singer's Celebration Tour , which started last October, continues straight through the spring with dates in Seattle, San Francisco, Mexico City, and more. Besides her eye-catching sets, chart-topping songs, and impressive choreography, concertgoers also get a glimpse of the performer's fantastic costumes, which include looks from Versace and Jean Paul Gaultier.

<p>The New Jersey-founded rock band, which is fronted by Jack Antonoff—known for producing albums for top acts like Taylor Swift, Lorde, and Lana Del Rey—not only has announced a new album but <a href="https://www.bleachersmusic.com/tour/">a new tour</a>, too. The tour will start in the UK in March, ending fittingly in the band's home state of New Jersey in mid-June. Check out their newly released music video for <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kmpyfDF_pes&ab_channel=BleachersVEVO">"Tiny Moves"</a> if you need a Bleachers fix in the meantime. </p>

8) Bleachers

The New Jersey-founded rock band, which is fronted by Jack Antonoff—known for producing albums for top acts like Taylor Swift, Lorde, and Lana Del Rey—not only has announced a new album but a new tour , too. The tour will start in the UK in March, ending fittingly in the band's home state of New Jersey in mid-June. Check out their newly released music video for "Tiny Moves" if you need a Bleachers fix in the meantime.

<p>Nicki fans rejoice: the rapper and singer might be coming to a city near you soon as part of her <a href="https://www.nickiminajofficial.com/tour/">Pink Friday 2 World Tour.</a> The massive tour will include performances in Brooklyn, Oakland, and Baltimore, with stops at Dreamville Festival and Rolling Loud California along the way. </p>

9) Nicki Minaj

Nicki fans rejoice: the rapper and singer might be coming to a city near you soon as part of her Pink Friday 2 World Tour. The massive tour will include performances in Brooklyn, Oakland, and Baltimore, with stops at Dreamville Festival and Rolling Loud California along the way.

<p>Live out all of your nineties and early aughts pop-punk dreams with one of Blink 182's <a href="https://www.blink182.com/">One More Time Tour</a> dates. The tour, which supports the band's ninth studio album, <em>One More Time...,</em> will bring the trio to cities all over the globe, including Sydney, Santiago, Portland, and Boston. The tour's supporting act is Pierce the Veil, which is also worth checking out. </p>

10) Blink 182

Live out all of your nineties and early aughts pop-punk dreams with one of Blink 182's One More Time Tour dates. The tour, which supports the band's ninth studio album, One More Time..., will bring the trio to cities all over the globe, including Sydney, Santiago, Portland, and Boston. The tour's supporting act is Pierce the Veil, which is also worth checking out.

<p>The oh-so-magical Stevie Nicks continues her touring streak with <a href="https://stevienicksofficial.com/">a bunch of 2024 concert dates</a>. Set to begin in Atlantic City, NJ on February 10, Nicks will visit a dozen cities throughout the U.S. this year, such as New Orleans, Omaha, and Chicago. "Let's keep this party going in 2024," the singer-songwriter posted on her <a href="https://www.instagram.com/stevienicks/reel/CxnzjibLWCU/">Instagram</a> in September to announce the newly added tour dates.</p>

11) Stevie Nicks

The oh-so-magical Stevie Nicks continues her touring streak with a bunch of 2024 concert dates . Set to begin in Atlantic City, NJ on February 10, Nicks will visit a dozen cities throughout the U.S. this year, such as New Orleans, Omaha, and Chicago. "Let's keep this party going in 2024," the singer-songwriter posted on her Instagram in September to announce the newly added tour dates.

<p>The 1975 is showing no signs of slowing down. The British band, famous for hits like "Somebody Else" and "Robbers," has extended their 2023 tour through 2024. Titled <a href="https://the1975.com/tour/">Still...At Their Very Best</a>, the 22-date tour will open in Glasgow on February 8 and conclude in Amsterdam on March 24.</p>

12) The 1975

The 1975 is showing no signs of slowing down. The British band, famous for hits like "Somebody Else" and "Robbers," has extended their 2023 tour through 2024. Titled Still...At Their Very Best , the 22-date tour will open in Glasgow on February 8 and conclude in Amsterdam on March 24.

<p>Rap greats Drake and J. Cole come together for the <a href="https://drakerelated.com/pages/tour">It's All a Blur Tour – Big As the What?</a> which is guaranteed to be a good time. Drake, fresh off his 2023 It's All a Blur tour with 21 Savage, is set to hit dozens of cities starting in February, many of which J. Cole will also be in tow for. Scoop up tickets ASAP, as Drake's shows are known to sell out. </p>

13) Drake and J. Cole

Rap greats Drake and J. Cole come together for the It's All a Blur Tour – Big As the What? which is guaranteed to be a good time. Drake, fresh off his 2023 It's All a Blur tour with 21 Savage, is set to hit dozens of cities starting in February, many of which J. Cole will also be in tow for. Scoop up tickets ASAP, as Drake's shows are known to sell out.

<p>Superstar Janet Jackson is also extending her 2023 tour, <a href="https://www.janetjackson.com/">Together Again</a>, into 2024 with dates in Anaheim, Austin, New Orleans, and Hartford. Even cooler? Jackson's supporting act is the 2000s southern rap legend Nelly. </p>

14) Janet Jackson

Superstar Janet Jackson is also extending her 2023 tour, Together Again , into 2024 with dates in Anaheim, Austin, New Orleans, and Hartford. Even cooler? Jackson's supporting act is the 2000s southern rap legend Nelly.

<p>If you've ever dreamed of seeing the Rolling Stones perform live in person, now's your chance. The iconic rockers, who released their studio album <em>Hackney Diamonds</em> this past fall, are returning on the road for <a href="https://rollingstones.com/tour/">a 16-date tour</a> with shows throughout the United States and Canada. Concertgoers can expect a mix of new tunes and Stones classics.</p>

15) Rolling Stones

If you've ever dreamed of seeing the Rolling Stones perform live in person, now's your chance. The iconic rockers, who released their studio album Hackney Diamonds this past fall, are returning on the road for a 16-date tour with shows throughout the United States and Canada. Concertgoers can expect a mix of new tunes and Stones classics.

<p>Famous for countless listenable hits like "Born to Run" and "Glory Days," Bruce Springsteen is set to embark on <a href="https://brucespringsteen.net/tour/">a massive world tour</a> this year with his band, The E Street Band. The much-anticipated tour will take the Boss and his crew to cities such as Phoenix, San Diego, Dublin, and Madrid, from March through November. </p>

16) Bruce Springsteen

Famous for countless listenable hits like "Born to Run" and "Glory Days," Bruce Springsteen is set to embark on a massive world tour this year with his band, The E Street Band. The much-anticipated tour will take the Boss and his crew to cities such as Phoenix, San Diego, Dublin, and Madrid, from March through November.

<p>Be sure to catch John Mayer's <a href="https://johnmayer.com/">solo tour this year,</a> which will bring the guitarist and crooner to cities throughout Europe. This leg, an extension of his popular 2023 solo tour, will kick off in Stockholm on March 13 and finish in Dublin on March 29. </p>

17) John Mayer

Be sure to catch John Mayer's solo tour this year, which will bring the guitarist and crooner to cities throughout Europe. This leg, an extension of his popular 2023 solo tour, will kick off in Stockholm on March 13 and finish in Dublin on March 29.

<p>Okay, this one is <em>technically</em> a <a href="https://www.shaniatwain.com/tour/#/">residency</a>, but we're excited nonetheless. Shania Twain, most known for her incredible outfits (her hooded leopard print look, anyone?) and hits like "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!" is setting up shop in Vegas starting May 10. Twain's residency will take place at the Bakkt Theater at Planet Hollywood on and off throughout December 2024. </p>

18) Shania Twain

Okay, this one is technically a residency , but we're excited nonetheless. Shania Twain, most known for her incredible outfits (her hooded leopard print look, anyone?) and hits like "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!" is setting up shop in Vegas starting May 10. Twain's residency will take place at the Bakkt Theater at Planet Hollywood on and off throughout December 2024.

<p>All good things must come to an end. The Eagles, known for "Hotel California" and other amazing rock songs, began <a href="https://eagles.com/pages/tour">their final concert tour</a> this winter. It launched in Phoenix on January 20, with March 16 as its last date in the United States. Eagles fans won't want to miss this one.</p>

All good things must come to an end. The Eagles, known for "Hotel California" and other amazing rock songs, began their final concert tour this winter. It launched in Phoenix on January 20, with March 16 as its last date in the United States. Eagles fans won't want to miss this one.

<p>Alanis Morisette joins forces with Joan Jett and the Blackhearts for their 2024 <a href="https://alanis.com/events">Triple Moon Tour</a>, which has dates in North America and Canada. This tour is a great one to catch this summer, as it's slated to run from June through August.</p>

20) Alanis Morisette: The Triple Moon Tour

Alanis Morisette joins forces with Joan Jett and the Blackhearts for their 2024 Triple Moon Tour , which has dates in North America and Canada. This tour is a great one to catch this summer, as it's slated to run from June through August.

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The 2023 Met Gala Celebrating "Karl Lagerfeld: A Line Of Beauty" - Red Carpet

The Party of the Year. The Oscars of the East. Fashion's Biggest Night.

The Met Gala has a lot of names, and even more lore. The annual event reliably draws the biggest stars, showcases the most daring looks and spurs the internet's most iconic memes .

Here is everything you need to know about this year's Met Gala.

What is the Met Gala?

The Met Gala, officially known as the Costume Institute Benefit, is an annual fundraiser held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.

The event is traditionally held on the first Monday in May and is considered to be the highest-profile fashion event of the year. This year, the Met Gala will be held May 6.

The Costume Institute is now called the Anna Wintour Costume Center, honoring the editor-in-chief of Vogue who has helmed the event for nearly three decades.

What time does the Met Gala start?

The red carpet arrivals typically begin around 5 p.m. ET and end around 8 p.m. ET. Most red carpet livestreams, including Vogue's , will begin at 6 p.m.

But some of the most well-known guests tend to show up on the later side: Last year, Rihanna made her red carpet appearance at about 10 p.m.

What is this year's Met Gala theme?

Monday's inevitable social media discourse will not only evaluate celebrities' looks in isolation, but their adherence to the ever-elusive "theme."

The theme is simply the title of the Costume Institute’s new exhibition, "Sleeping Beauties: Reawakening Fashion." In addition to the theme, which describes the overall concept of the event, the Met Gala also has a "dress code." This year's dress code is "The Garden of Time."

The dress code is derived from a 1962 short story of the same name, written by J.G. Ballard. Vogue has suggested the dress code might evoke many floral and botanical looks on this year's carpet.

The exhibit will feature around 250 rare items from the Costume Institute’s collection, including designs by Schiaparelli, Dior and more. It will comprise three main “zones” — Land, Sea and Sky — to represent natural resources and sustainable design.

While the theme is, of course, open to interpretation, expect to see plenty of vintage and archival revivals on the red carpet.

Who are the Met Gala chairs?

This year's Met Gala hosts are Zendaya, Jennifer Lopez, Bad Bunny, Chris Hemsworth and, of course, Wintour.

Jonathan Anderson, creative director of Loewe, and Shou Chew, CEO of TikTok, serve as honorary chairs.

Zendaya, who is fresh off the media tour for her movie "Challengers," will likely be wearing one of the most highly anticipated looks of the night.

The 27-year-old actor has attended five times, frequently collaborating with celebrity stylist Law Roach. Zendaya's Joan of Arc-inspired look from 2018 and her light-up Cinderella ballgown from 2019 are among the Gala's most iconic fashion moments.

Who is on the guest list?

Technically, the Met Gala guest list is a secret.

We won't know for certain who will be in attendance until the evening before the event. However, a few of the Gala's regulars have given some indication of whether they plan to attend.

The event always brings together A-listers across industries, from Oscar winners to Grand Slam champions. For the rich but not famous, tickets can be purchased for $75,000. Final approval of the guest list and the seating chart must go through Wintour.

Taylor Swift, who will embark on the European leg of her Eras Tour on Thursday in Paris, is reportedly not expected to attend . Rihanna, Gisele Bundchen and Kendall Jenner are likely to grace the Met steps on Monday, according to Page Six .

How do you watch the Met Gala? What channel is the Met Gala on?

Vogue will livestream the red carpet arrivals on its website. Content creator Emma Chamberlain is slated to return as the magazine's special correspondent. Actor Gwendoline Christie, producer and actor La La Anthony and model Ashley Graham are serving as carpet hosts for the publication's official stream.

The event will also be broadcast on “Live From E!” on the E! network.

Social media platforms like X, TikTok and Instagram are typically bastions of memes, hot takes and outfit reviews on Met Monday.

We will be live blogging the festivities here at NBC News.

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How to watch the 2024 Met Gala and everything else you need to know

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The first Monday in May, fashion’s biggest night of the year, is almost here.

The Met Gala is the rare occasion that brings together the biggest names in film, television, music, fashion, sports, technology and business to rub elbows on the red carpet and at the ultra-exclusive party. Few other events can boast A-list guests as disparate as Jeff Bezos and Serena Williams or Pete Davidson and Glenn Close.

From the start time, to the theme, to the guest list, here is everything you need to know ahead of the annual fundraiser.

When is the Met Gala?

The 2024 Met Gala is on May 6 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. The event famously takes place on the first Monday in May. The official start time is 3 p.m. PDT/6 p.m. EDT, but guests are expected to arrive as early as 2 p.m. PDT.

Zendaya poses at the bottom of the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in a long, chainlink gown.

How can I watch?

Vogue will be livestreaming the Met Gala red carpet on Monday on its digital platforms, its YouTube channel and its TikTok account. The stream will be hosted by Gwendoline Christie, La La Anthony and Ashley Graham. YouTuber Emma Chamberlain will return as Vogue’s special correspondent on the red carpet, interviewing the celebrities in attendance.

For those who prefer to watch on television, E! will be hosting a live show from the red carpet starting at 3 p.m. PDT.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - MAY 01: Glenn Close attends The 2023 Met Gala Celebrating "Karl Lagerfeld: A Line Of Beauty" at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 01, 2023 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images)

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What is the theme?

The Met Gala supports and celebrates the opening of the museum’s spring show at the Costume Institute. The new exhibition , which will officially launch the Friday after the gala, is titled “Sleeping Beauties: Reawakening Fashion.” The theme for the evening is always linked to the exhibition. This year’s theme is “The Garden of Time,” which will borrow from the show’s emphasis on nature and “cyclical themes of rebirth and renewal.”

The dress code is inspired by J.G. Ballard‘s 1962 short story “The Garden of Time,” about a man who turns back time by plucking each flower in his garden until he leaves it barren. Fashion enthusiasts can expect to see plenty of botanical prints and archival pieces on the red carpet. Florals? For spring? Groundbreaking. There’s bound to be a lot of looks inspired by Botticelli’s “The Birth of Venus” as well.

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Who will be there?

Kim Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Kendall Jenner (holding Jared Leto's mannequin head), Jeff Bezos and Jared Leto

The guest list for the Met Gala is always kept under wraps, but rumors spread about attendees and celebrities themselves confirm their attendance in the days leading up to the event. Met Gala frequenters Rihanna, Blake Lively, Beyoncé, Kim Kardashian and Lady Gaga are expected to hit the red carpet.

Who’s expected to wear the best looks?

Some Met Gala regulars are known for pulling out all the stops for the red carpet. In addition to the celebrities above, look for daring ensembles from Cardi B, Janelle Monáe, Billie Eilish and Lil Nas X.

Dua Lipa, Emma Stone, Margot Robbie, Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, Lupita Nyong’o, Florence Pugh and Anne Hathaway also are consistent standouts on the red carpet.

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Who are the co-chairs?

Luckily for fashion enthusiasts everywhere, Zendaya is confirmed to attend because she is one of the evening’s five co-chairs. The group, which also includes Jennifer Lopez, Bad Bunny and Chris Hemsworth, helps Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour to craft the evening. Wintour has been integral to the event since 1995 and she alone is in charge of the guest list.

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