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Tall, slim, and dark-haired in the early years, the blue-eyed Lamm grew bearded and somewhat pudgy in the late 70s, painfully thin in the early 80s, and now seems fit and content. Reports indicate that he can be difficult to work with, and he has made a statement or two about Chicago's fans that have raised eyebrows. In Lamm's defense, it should be said that it's obvious the music matters to him, and that no law says fans have the right to intrude into the private lives of those they admire (it should also be noted that Lamm has credited his wife Joy with a softening in this regard in recent years). Now in his early 60s, Lamm doesn't seem to be done with music. Fans of Chicago are all the better off because of this.
This seems to have all kinds of POV issues, and statements like "A statement or two have raised eyebrows" should have specific examples cited. Can anyone point me to some of Lamm's statements that are referred to in this paragraph? If so, I think it could be edited slightly and re-added. Thanks! --Bobhobbit 19:48, 24 September 2005 (UTC)
It should be deleted because it's invasing towards the subject and really creepy. Aaronproot