Some of my favorite things about Chicago: Italian beef, deep-dish pepperoni pizza and the incredible Chicago skyline. I enjoy spending time with my family, water skiing, old movies and cruising in my Challenger SRT 8.
My first job in Chicago radio was at 99 WE FM. During the 80′s I hosted a nationally broadcast program on the Satellite Music Network. My show was heard on 250 stations in all 50 states. After that, it was mornings on 100.3 The Point. In the mid-90′s I joined the team at Oldies 104.3. In 1999, I began doing commercial production and voice-over work for WGN Radio. Since 2006, I’ve been the Production Director for Salem Communications – Chicago. However, on the weekend, I get to play Chicago’s Greatest Hits of the 60′s, 70′s & 80′s on 104-3 K HiTS and I’m loving it!
The Cubs TV broadcasts in 1984 and 1985 featured this huge hit.
This Wisconsin-born singer/songwriter/guitarist racked up 20 hits in 25 years. Three made it all the way to #1.
Happy birthday to a legendary Chicago performer!
The name of the group is slightly misleading, since Dewey Bunnell is an Englishman.
Lionel grew up on the campus of the Tuskegee Institute, where his grandfather had worked.
If you ever lived or worked in Chicago – this movie is probably one of your favorites.
Paramount executive Michael Eisner said the script was the best he had ever read.
Very few artists have charted 21 hits in a 6 year span.
He played with Steve Miller, lived in Europe, retired from music, opened a restaurant and made a comeback.
They’re the most popular American rock and roll group of all time.