|Celebrated Name:||Robert Lamm|
|Real Name/Full Name:||Robert William Lamm|
|Age:||76 years old|
|Birth Date:||13 October 1944|
|Birth Place:||Brooklyn, New York, United States|
|Wife/Spouse (Name):||Joy Kopko (m. 1991), Alex Donnelley (m. 1985–1991), Julie Nini (m. 1976–1981), Karen Lamm (m. 1970–1971)|
|Children/Kids (Son and Daughter):||Sacha Lamm, Sean Lamm, Kate Lamm|
|Is Robert Lamm Gay?:||No|
|Profession:||keyboardist, singer, and songwriter|
|Net Worth in 2020:||$25 million|
|Last Updated:||October 2020|
Robert Lamm is a popular keyboardist, singer, and songwriter from America who is best known as a founding member of the rock band Chicago. He has written and sung many biggest hits such as “Questions 67 & 68”, “Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?”, “Saturday in the Park,” “Harry Truman,” and many more. He is one of the three members who is still working with the music group.
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Early Life & Biography
Robert William Lamm was born in Brooklyn, New York City, on October 13, 1944. As a child, he was interested in music, and his parents were an early influence on him as they had a collection of jazz records.
During his teenage years, Lamm used to perform in a boy’s choir at Grace Episcopal Church in Brooklyn Heights. According to him, that was the first time he got some musical training and was introduced to different kinds of music from the middle ages to the 20th Century composers.
When Lamm was 15 years old, his parents got divorced, and later his mother remarried, resulting in Lamm moving to Chicago, Illinois. He studied art, specifically drawing and painting at high school, but later attended Roosevelt University in Chicago to learn music.
Robert Lamm married his first wife late Karen Lamm Wilson (née Perk) in 1970. The following year, they got divorced, and he married Julie Nini in 1976. Together they are the parents of one daughter, Sacha.
However, this marriage also couldn’t last, and they got separated in 1981. Later, he fell in love with actress Alex Donnelley and married her in 1985. The couple has two daughters, Sean and Kate. The couple divorced in 1991. In the same year, he married his fourth wife, Joy Kopko, and they don’t have any children together.
Age, Height, and Weight
Being born on 13 October 1944, Robert Lamm is 76 years old as of today’s date 20th October 2020. His height is 1.78 m tall, and his weight is 80 kg.
Robert Lamm started his musical career in 1967 when he founded the rock band named Chicago. Along with the group, he recorded six-hit music albums, which sold millions of copies worldwide.
In 1974, Lamm released his solo album Skinny Boy which was the only solo album of any member of the rock band till the 1980s. At that time, he seemed drifted into a period of both personal and professional frustration. He regained himself and emerged with a new attitude in the year 1982.
He then relocated to New York and released several solo albums. He formed a group (Beckley-Lamm-Wilson) with rock band America’s members Gerry Beckley and Carl Wilson of The Beach Boys. In 2000, he released the music album Like a Brother after the death of Wilson.
Lamm was still active with his rock band Chicago and recorded several music albums for them, including Stone of Sisyphus, Night and Day, Chicago XXX, and Chicago Now 36.
In 2012, he was made a guest lecturer on music production at Stanford University. Lamm also went to New York University to teach songwriting.
Awards & Achievements
Robert Lamm did not win any specific awards in his career, but he was able to win the hearts of people through his musical work.
He has released several solo music albums which have reached the top of charts including Skinny Boy (1974), Life Is Good in My Neighborhood (1993), In My Head (1999), Subtlety & Passion (2003), Too Many Voices (2004), Life Is Good in My Neighborhood 2.0 (2006), and many more.
Net Worth & Salary of Robert Lamm in 2020
As of October 2020, Robert Lamm has an estimated net worth of more than $25 million. He has made this huge wealth through his successful career as a keyboardist, singer, and songwriter.
Along with the music group Chicago, he has released several hit music albums, which has sold millions of copies across the globe. His solo albums have also been commercially very successful.
Lamm has also earned money by performing in live events, stage shows, musical concerts, and tours all over the world. Some part of his net worth also comes from brand collaborations and endorsements.
Robert Lamm is one of the most renowned artists in the world. In the initial days, Lamm used a simple setup of Hammond organ and Wurlitzer Electric Piano; but now he can play music on any type of keyboard and is considered as an inspiration to the upcoming keyboardist and songwriters.