Chicago Has Released A New Song Titled “America”
The classic band Chicago has released a new song called "America". The new hit-in-the-making takes Chicago back to their roots of great music blended with political awareness. Check out a review of the song here.
"America," a song that some are saying could be an anthem of the new century.
"America is a song that has been waiting to be written for many years", according to band co-founder, Lee Loughnane. The core message of "America is you and me", intuitively resonates with people. Chicago's grass-roots message, far from being polarizing, is crafted to inspire people of all political perspectives, who, though disagreeing vehemently on many points, still share common fears and hopes for the future of the nation - we are truly all in this together."
"America" features the classic horns, and rhythms that listeners have loved for generations. The sound is pure Chicago.
Here's a preview of the song:
Want to purchase the song? It's available through iTunes for $1.29.
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