Jason Scheff joined Chicago at age 23 when singer/bassist Peter Cetera left the band in 1985 for a solo career. The band continued their winning streak with songs including "Will You Still Love Me" and "What Kind of Man Would I Be?", both co-written and sung by Scheff, who has remained with the band ever since. Most recently, Scheff co-wrote the title track of the band's new album Chicago XXXVI: Now. He also co-wrote the 1988 hit Boz Scaggs song "Heart of Mine". This interview was for a preview article for the Chicago concert on 9/14/14. It was done by phone on 9/3/14.
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