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Chicago To Perform Intimate Concert In NYC In Support Of Musicians On Call

Fans of timeless hits like “Hard to Say I’m Sorry” and “25 or 6 to 4” will have another chance to hear these songs live when Chicago visits Times Square for a one-of-a-kind club show experience to benefit Musicians On Call (MOC), a nonprofit that brings live and recorded music to the bedsides of patients, families and caregivers in healthcare environments. In collaboration with iHeartMedia and hosted by Q104.3 late afternoon host Ken Dashow, the legendary band will play a rare, up close and personal show at Hard Rock Cafe Times Square on Sunday, April 23rd. Proceeds will support MOC’s programs delivering the healing power of music in hospitals across the country.

Tickets are on sale now with upgrades available. Fans can also take advantage of Golden Circle tickets that include front-row tables and access to a Meet and Greet with the band. Brave souls who have dreamed of being a member of Chicago can live out their rock star ambitions by bidding on a once-in-a-lifetime flyaway experience to sing “If You Leave Me Now” with the band on stage the night of the show. The winner will also receive roundtrip airfare for two, courtesy of Southwest Airlines®, and hotel accommodations at the Hard Rock Hotel. For more information on all ticket and auction packages, visit

“Thanks to the support of great artists like Chicago and partners like iHeartMedia, we’re able to raise critical funds to help us expand our bedside and virtual programs and share the healing power of music with thousands more patients, families and caregivers at a time when they need it the most,” said Musicians On Call President & CEO Pete Griffin, “Chicago has supported MOC for over 10 years and we’re thrilled to have them back again to celebrate our mission in the place where Musicians On Call began, New York City.”

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