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Kansas is a rock group with a distinct musical style that combines elements of southern rock, hard rock and progressive rock. The band was formed in 1970, when two rival groups in the Topeka area (The Reasons Why and White Clover) merged to form a single band. The original line-up consisted of Lynn Meredith and Greg Allen as vocalists, Dave Hope (on Bass), Don Montre and Dan Write (on keyboards), Larry Baker (on saxophone), Phil Ehart (on drums) and the multi-instrumentalist Kerry Livgren. The line-up has changed many times since the band’s inception, however. Kansas is currently comprised of Phil Ehart, Billy Greer, Dave Manion, Zak Rizvi, Ronnie Platt, Richard Williams and David Ragsdale. However, one of the most important figures in the group’s history is Steve Walsh, who was a member between 1972 and 2014. He served as the band’s lead singer and helped to define its complex, nuanced sound. Between the years 1974 and 1979, Kansas rose to national prominence, thanks to expert promotional tactics and their dedication to touring. In this time, they produced both ‘Carry on my Wayward Son’ and ‘Dust in the Wind’, which remain two of their best-known and most widely-appreciated singles today. It would be hard to overstate Kansas’ success or the significance of its musical legacy. Since the band was formed, three of its albums ('Leftoverture, Point of Know Return' and 'The Best of Kansas') have been certified as multi-platinum. The band has also produced one platinum live album (entitled 'Two for the Show') and eight gold albums. Kansas’ most recent album, 'The Prelude Implicit', was released in 2016 and the group are still creating new material today. While the band may have evolved over the years, it still retains its unique style and sound and delights fans by continuing to tour regularly.