Will Chicao reunite with fired co-founder and Peter Cetera?

Chicago Reunion? (part 3)

by Ken on August 15, 2013

Part 3 of our exclusive interview with Danny Seraphine, cofounder of the legendary jazz-rock band, Chicago. Drummer, composer and songwriter of several Top 40 hits, Danny was fired in 1990. What caused the bitter split, and what’s happened since, rival the story behind his tumultuous rise to fame from Chicago’s mean streets. (Miss Part 2? )

Do over!

Chicago Transit Authority was invited, but passed on three days of blistering heat, mud, mayhem and a half-million young stoners. Today you learn why. (music can be an ugly business)

When Chicago canned Danny Seraphine it took him 15 years before he realized what the rest of us always knew.

Some of us pluck a guitar or learn to play piano chords to pick up women. But if you really want to get their attention…

Enough soft balls. We threw Danny a high, hard one. A question every artist who once enjoyed unimaginable success struggles to answer. Is your music still relevant?

Tomorrow: Danny Seraphine talks about the amazing life and musical gifts he’s been granted. Plus, an update on the groundswell of support building among Chicago fans, urging the original band to kiss and make up with their founding drummer and with superstar, Peter Cetera. Stay tuned!

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1 Vince cibotti February 16, 2018 at 2:15 am

Thanks for the interview with Danny Seraphine. I’m still interested in what he has to say about things with Chicago. We love to hear more.

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