Bulls on Parade was borne out of my love affair with the ‘City of Broad Shoulders’ and the world’s most recognizable sporting franchise, the Chicago Bulls.

In 25 plus years of fandom I’ve connected with a wide variety of other Bulls fans. Initally via the Johnny Red Kerr facebook fan page (which I created in Red’s honor) and subsequently via my twitter account. A couple of years back I branched out into the blogosphere in an attempt to connect with more like minded individuals who share my love for the Bulls and the city they call home.

The objective of this site is to highlight not only the Bulls, but all that Chicago has to offer. From the historic and vibrant music, to the city’s fashion scene,it’s artistic merits and the endeavours of it’s other sporting franchises past and present. Shining a light on ‘Gotham’, the citizens who populate it and their stories. In turn, I’ll share with you my tales and experiences from my past trips and future visits. As an aspiring writer, you can also easily find my published articles and interviews from here and around the web.

Putting it simply, just think of this blog like the Windy City – one big melting pot of (pop) cultural diversity.

Can you say Chi City?


Myself holding court with 3 x time NBA Champion and friend of the Commonwealth, Bill Wennington.

Holding court with 3 x time NBA Champion and friend of the Commonwealth, Bill Wennington. (2012)




  1. Looking forward to seeing a dedicated Bulls/Chicago blog from a guy I know has a passion and vast knowledge of all things to do with the 6 time World Champions and the city they call home. I’ve been fortunate to enjoy several trips to the Windy City with Adam and know full well the amazing experiences he has enjoyed as a Bulls fan within the 4 walls of the United Center and in the US in general. Enjoy.

  2. Hey Adam, wishing you all the success in the world, with your blog and future in sports writing. I look forward to watching your site grow, from strength to strength!

    • Thank you my friend for your continued support. It’s onwards and upwards for both of us from this point on.

    • We do now. Bulls on Parade is now home to the Dennis Podman podcast. If you have a look on the home page you’ll see a link to previous episodes.

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