When: Sun., June 28 2015

Will they be good, and do you really care? Most likely they will, and maybe you don't. Chicago tend to be dismissed by those who've heard only the hits, which is most of us. But there were actually two distinct sides to the band: Peter Cetera was responsible for yacht-rock ballads like "If You Leave Me Now," while Robert Lamm (who's led the band since Cetera's mid-'80s departure) penned the more energetic, horn-driven tracks like "25 or 6 to 4." Meanwhile, the Windy City band's non-hit material can be surprisingly eclectic, especially for an act that's sold more than 120 million records. Expect a whole lot of hits, plus a few of their more obscure tracks, tonight at the Pikes Peak Center (190 S. Cascade Ave., Showtime is 7:30, tickets are $50 and up. — Bill Forman

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