3 Questions with Bob Evans: Chicago’s Lee Loughnane

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SALT LAKE CITY -- Chicago has been making music for nearly half of a century, and while in Utah for a couple of concerts, trumpet player and founding-member Lee Loughnane  sat down with Bob Evans to answer 3 Questions.

Loughnane spoke with Evans about his decades in the music business, see the video above for his interview, including his answers to the 3 Questions listed below:

  1. How does the staying power of Chicago's hits make you feel?
  2. Chicago has so many iconic hits, have you figured out a formula for making timeless tunes?
  3. What are your feelings about success and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?
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