Hard to believe that guitar genius Terry Kath of the rock band Chicago (when it actually was a rock band) has been gone 42 years today.
Terry always has been my favorite guitar player (with The Dallas Bad-Ass, the incendiary Stevie Ray Vaughan, a very close second). Terry was pure creative fire. He died young (age 31), but, thank God, left a legacy, in the first 11 recordings of Chicago.
In 2018, I offered up this post on TK's life and passing. This year, let's remember this brilliant player in pictures.
Or as Terry himself sings in his iconic signature song, Introduction -
So forget about your troubles
As we search for something new
And we play for you
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