34. Chicago (2016)
Chicago's induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2016 seemed like the perfect opportunity for the group to perform with former singer-bassist Peter Cetera since the left the group in 1985. Group leader Robert Lamm said he was more than willing to make it happen, but negotiations broke down when Cetera wanted them to drastically lower they key of "25 or 6 to 4." The group had been doing it one way for nearly 50 years and weren't willing to change it up that much, so Cetera stayed home. The brouhaha around it obscured the fact that there was indeed a Chicago reunion that night. Drummer Danny Seraphine played with them for the first time since getting tossed out in 1990. He also delivered some memorable lines at the podium. "We lived together, as most bands do, we cried together, we fought together, we fucked together," he said. "'Please wrap it up?' Screw you. I've waited 25 fucking years for this!"