Robert William Lamm was born on October 13,1944 and is an American keyboardist, guitarist, singer and songwriter best known as a founding member of the rock band Chicago.
12 Facts About Robert Lamm
Robert Lamm was born on October 13,1944, in Brooklyn, New York City.
Robert Lamm's parents had a collection of jazz records, which were an early influence on him.
Robert Lamm studied art in high school, particularly drawing and painting, but changed direction in college by enrolling in the music program at Roosevelt University in Chicago.
Robert Lamm seemingly drifted into a period of both personal and professional frustration.
Robert Lamm formed a trio with Gerry Beckley of the band America and Carl Wilson of The Beach Boys.
Robert Lamm has been a guest lecturer on music production at Stanford University.
In Chicago's early years, Robert Lamm used a simple setup of Hammond organ and Wurlitzer Electric Piano.
Robert Lamm then accessed various synthesizer sound modules via MIDI keyboard controllers such as Yamaha, Kawai, Rhodes, and a Yamaha keytar.
Robert Lamm was married to the late Karen Robert Lamm Wilson from 1970 to 1971.
Robert Lamm married his third wife, actress Alex Donnelley, in 1985.
Robert Lamm married his fourth wife Joy Kopko in 1991.