Earth, Wind & Fire is an American funk band, formed in Chicago, Illinois in 1969. Led by Maurice White, they are best known for
their hits of the 1970s, among them “After the Love Has Gone”, “September,” “Reasons,” “Fantasy” and “Shining Star.”
Earth, Wind & Fire became the first black performers to headline throughout the world without an opening act, to receive
Madison Square Garden’s Gold Ticket Award for selling more than 100,000 tickets and to receive the Columbia Records Crystal
Globe Award for selling more than five million albums in foreign markets. They have gained the BET’s Lifetime Achievement
Award and ASCAP’s Rhythm & Soul Heritage Award.