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Kahilu Presents
Take Me Back to Chicago
Friday, October 07, 2022    7:00 PM
Price $65 / $35
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In the beginning, there was Chicago Transit Authority. Danny Seraphine, along with his bandmates, set out to change the face of Rock and Roll by creating a rock band with horns. During his tenure with Chicago, they scored 20 top-10 hits, (five reaching #1) and ten Grammy nominations. He is considered the father of jazz rock drumming.

Rolling Stone magazine ranks him as one of the top 100 drummers of all time, and Larry Thomas, the former CEO of Guitar Center, calls him one of the top 5 living drummers. Danny was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2016, and in 2020 received the Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award.

In 2006, Danny came full circle, forming California Transit Authority (CTA). Guitarist Marc Bonilla and Keyboardist Ed Roth have been with CTA since its inception. In 2022, former Chicago bassist/singer Jeff Coffey joined the lineup, making this iteration the most powerful and dynamic in the band’s history. Joining them will be Travis Davis (bass/guitar/vocals).


CTA’s “Take Me Back to Chicago” tour features a dynamic horn section and the iconic hits of Chicago, including all-out rockers “25 or 6 to 4” and “I’m A Man,” pop hits “Saturday In The Park” and “Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is,” and chart-topping ballads “Hard Habit To Break” and “You’re The Inspiration”.


This show is sponsored by: Marsha & Tom Kerley and Robin & Ken Key
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In an effort to remain aligned with this, we listened to the concerns of our community members and devised COVID policies that consider the health and safety of all attendees, performers, and employees; and is, at a minimum, in-line with CDC, State, and County health guidance and mandates.

Effective October 1, 2022
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2. To assure a clean and safe environment, we will continue with scheduled cleaning, fogging, and sanitizing of the performance hall.
 
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