From the release of its self-titled first album in 1974 to today, KANSAS has been a fixture in classic rock.
The band’s music has been a constant on the radio, on TV and in movies — “Heroes,” “Old School,” “South Park” and “Anchorman” — and has even had a presence in video games: “Rock Band” and “Guitar Hero,” according to kansasband.com.
The band “has produced eight gold albums, three sextuple-Platinum albums (‘Leftoverture,’ ‘Point of Know Return,’ ‘Best of KANSAS’), one platinum live album (‘Two for the Show’), and two one million-selling gold singles, ‘Carry On Wayward Son’ and ‘Dust in the Wind,” the website said.
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