Kenney Cetera and the Chicago Experience at Cascades Casino

Feel the inspiration with the ‘Chicago Experience’

Kenny Cetera brings the "Chicago Experience" to the Cascades Casino Summit Theatre in Langley on Sept. 22.

Kenny Cetera brings the “Chicago Experience” to the Cascades Casino Summit Theatre in Langley on Sept. 22.

Chicago, aka the “Windy City”, has a well-earned reputation for producing a number of the world’s greatest bands and artists. Among such notables, Chicago and the Cetera brothers continue to be at the forefront of public consciousness.

Keeping the drive alive, Kenny Cetera brings you the Chicago Experience.  Beginning with 1984’s “You’re The Inspiration”, “Along Comes A Woman” and “Prima Donna”, Kenny became permanently ingrained in the musical heritage of Chicago. Chicago Experience recreates the hits “If You Leave Me Now”, “Hard to Say I’m Sorry” and “Hard Habit to Break”.

Born into a family of vast musical talents it was inevitable that Kenny would become a professional singer. Proving to be a triple threat, he was also featured on percussion, keyboards and drums while touring with Chicago. In addition, he has recorded with Richard Marx, Kenny Rogers, Julio Iglesias, Bill Champlin, ABBA’s Agnetha Faltskog, producer David Foster as well as sibling Peter Cetera.

Peter Cetera says, “I brought my brother Kenny into the group Chicago years ago to help me sing harmonies, background parts and play percussion and drums. It was a blast having him onstage with me. At the exact time the band needed a shot in the arm, he was it.

“Today his Chicago Experience show brings that spirit back again live. Unlike other tribute bands, he was actually on stage and a working, performing part of the original band.

“After seeing his show I was ecstatic and quite surprised to hear his honest, wonderful, fun renditions of most of the songs that we played onstage together back then.

“He even got me to sit in one night, which is something I never do. But hey, he’s my brother, he’s great and it’s about as close as you’ll ever come to hearing the real thing like it used to be. Good luck, Kenny – make me sound good again!”

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Rock.It Boy Entertainment proudly presents “Chicago Experience”, featuring Kenny Cetera, Monday, Sept. 22, 8 p.m. at the Cascades Casino Summit Theatre, 20393 Fraser Highway, Langley. Tickets are $42.50 (plus facility fee and service charges). Charge by phone at 604-530-2211 or online at www.ticketweb.ca

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