Tribute to the Music of Chicago: Kenny Cetera's Chicago Experience
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The last date listed for Music of Chicago -- Kenny Cetera's Chicago Experience was Friday October 26, 2012 / 8:00pm.
Currently at La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts
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- $35.00 - $60.00
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Based on one of Hans Christian Anderson's most beloved stories and the classic animated film… More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Katie Callahan MillerRed Velvet
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We had a great time and loved the little "Happy Hour" before going in. Was a nice gesture to be able to take a 'white' beverage with a lid on it into the theater. Kenny did a great performance & made his brother proud. The band was just as awesome and right on point with horns & percussion. Would love to see them at Cerritos Performing Arts too! They'd rock that venue too! Keep up the good work.
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Absolutely wonderful show. It was like seeing the real thing. Kenny Cetera's voice sounds a lot like his brother Peter's and he seemed like a genuinely nice guy. We loved the stories of when he sang back up with Chicago. Great seats. We would go...continued
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Happy Hour begins at the lobby bar at 6:30pm, with drink specials, a live DJ and more.
Kenny Cetera’s Chicago Experience will take you back to a time that made you look forward to living your life to the fullest…with inspirational songs that will make you smile….all you have to do is listen.
In 1984, Kenny added his unmistakable tenor vocals to several songs on the Chicago 17 album – including the chart-topping “You’re The Inspiration,” “Along Comes A Woman,” and “Prima Donna” – and was quickly recruited by the banc to hit the road for one of the most memorable tours in their history. Adding a vocal element that the band never had live before, two Cetera voices together, and playin drums, percussion and keyboards, Kenny became a large part of the stage show, a fan favorite, and permanently ingrained in the musical heritage of Chicago.