Chicago music mourns keyboardist Marty Grebb whose death was made known Thursday, December 2, 2019.
Grebb died at the age of 74. His cause of death has not been learnt by DeaDeath.
a Blue Island-born multi-instrumentalist who specialized in saxophone, keyboards and guitar, rose to national fame playing with Chicago pop band The Buckinghams from 1966 to 1968.
But his musical contributions went far beyond that: He played in the early ’80s with former The Exceptions bandmate Peter Cetera in the rock band Chicago and performed for 25 years with Bonnie Raitt.
In addition, he shared the stage over the years with a who’s who of musical greats including Leon Russell, The Band, Elton John, Eric Clapton, BB King, Willie Nelson, John Lennon and many others.