Earth Wind and Fire
Performed at the White House for the Governor's Dinner.
Released Interpretations: Celebrating the Music of Earth, Wind & Fire, an album featuring covers of Eart, Wind & Fire songs by artists like Chaka Khan, Kirk Franklin, and Lalah Hathaway, all produced by Maurice White.
Released "Live in Rio," a live album recorded during a 1980 performance in Rio de Janeiro.
Performed at the Montreux Jazz Festival.
White retired from touring, leaving Philip Bailey to take over lead duties at live performances.
Were inducted into the NAACP Hall of Fame.
Released their 16th studio album, Millennium.
Went on temporary hiatus, during which time Maurice White produced albums for Barbra Streisand, Neil Diamond, and Cher, and Philip Bailey recorded a number of solo albums.
Released their first album with electronic instrumentation, Raise!, which went on to sell over a million copies.
Released the double Platinum album I Am.
Performed "September" and "That's The Way Of The World" at the Music for UNICEF Concert.
Released the album All 'N All, the first of several of the band's albums to feature cover art by Japanese artist Shusei Nagaoka.
Recorded the soundtrack to the movie "That's the Way of the World."
Collaborated with Ramsay Lewis on the album Sun Goddess.
Released their second album, Head to the Sky.
Was reformed when White and Flemons relocated to Los Angeles and held open auditions, resulting in a lineup of ten musicians to comprise the band.
Released their self-titled debut to critical acclaim.
First began when White joined Wade Flemons and Don Whitehead to form a trio in the Chicago area, calling themselves the Salty Peppers.
Popular songs include "Megamix" and "Megamix: September / Let's Groove / Rock That! / Boogie Wonderland".
Known for such albums as "Earth Wind & Fire"
Founder Maurice White previously played as a session drummer for Chess Records.