Champlin Leaves Chicago
Bill Champlin, singer/songwriter and keyboardist for Chicago for 28 years, is parting ways with the band to focus on a solo career.
Champlin last performed solo 10 years ago and has just released No Place Left to Fall, which he intends to support with a November tour.
Champlin handles lead vocals on Chicago hits “Look Away,” traded vocals with Peter Cetera on “Hard Habit To Break” and sang lead on “Hearts In Trouble,” a song on the “Days of Thunder” soundtrack.
Champlin began his career with ’60s band Sons of Champlin.