AD: Chicago, Brian Wilson to play Walmart AMP June 21

Courtesy, Walmart AMP

The “Beachago” phenomenon that made waves in 1974 is taking the world by storm again! Go back in time with a concert experience unlike any other when two legendary acts, Chicago and Brian Wilson take the Walmart AMP stage – on tour together for the first time in more than forty years.

American rock band Chicago was originally formed in (you guessed it) Chicago, IL in the late 60’s, and their progressive-rock sound took the music world by storm. With more than 100 million records sold, eight multi-platinum albums, 20 top-ten singles on the Billboard Hot 100, ten Grammy® nominations, and an induction of its original members into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Chicago continues to be one of the highest-selling music groups of all time. While many members have come and gone, the band continues to be active in the producing and recording industries.

Joining Chicago on tour is Brian Wilson, best known as founder and songwriter of the Beach Boys. Originally from Hawthorne, CA, Wilson is also a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and is widely considered to be one of the most influential artists of rock and pop music. The principal originator of the California sound, Wilson is often called a genius for his novel approaches to pop composition, extraordinary musical aptitude and mastery of recording techniques. In this concert, he will perform alongside fellow Beach Boys co-founder Al Jardine and South African singer Blondie Chaplin.

Come see rock icons Chicago and Brian Wilson for a night of timeless music on June 21! Buy tickets at 479.443.5600 or at Tickets can also be purchased at the Walmart AMP and Walton Arts Center Box Offices. In-person sales are available weekdays at the AMP Box Office from 10am to 5pm and at the Walton Arts Center Box Office from 10am to 2pm.

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