The term “Rock” is so widely open to interpretation that it is too often applied to Pop bands with two guitars. But Chicago does host a Rock band. The name is The Million Reasons. At the start of their song “Dizzy,” the guitars are asked to establish an almost tender support foundation for the vocals. That changes at 1:41, when the percussion introduces a melodic guitar solo. Still, it isn’t until shortly after the four-minute mark that the guitars take full control.
The Million Reasons is the quartet of Scott Nadeau (vocals), Ken Ugel (guitars), Mike Nichols (guitars), and Colin Dill (drums).