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Brass Transit Plays The Music of “Chicago” &
Serpentine Fire – The Ultimate Earth Wind & Fire Tribute
Saturday, April 1 at 8pm, Tickets: $45/$39

They’re being called the world’s greatest tribute to Chicago. But it’s not Brass Transit’s management saying that. It’s the growing legion of fans on both sides of the border, who have heard this eight-piece Toronto group flawlessly rip through Chicago’s catalogue of hits from the ’70s. The band’s show includes all the hits from Chicago’s golden age. With a world-class horn section, a rocking rhythm section and vocals stacked sky-high, Brass Transit transports its audience back to the freewheeling days of the seventies. The eight-piece Brass Transit formed about four years ago when trumpet player, Tony Carlucci, had a vision for a one-night performance of Chicago songs by a band comprised of all the best session musicians in Toronto. “Chicago has always been one of my favorite bands, from a very young age,” said Carlucci. Brass Transit is a high-energy, hit-filled show that features classics like Make Me Smile, 25 Or 6 To 4, Call On Me, Wishing You Were Here, Old Days, Questions 67 & 68, and Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is? If you love Chicago, you will not want to miss Brass Transit!

Serpentine Fire is an exciting tribute act to the most famous band in the world, Earth Wind & Fire. Serpentine Fire was formed by none other than Tyriq Johnson who had a vision to pay honor to a band with great style and music that stood the test of time. Serpentine Fire brings the sound of EWF to you like none other. Serpentine Fire will bring to you songs like September, After The Love Is Gone, Let's Groove, Reasons and many more. Fronted by the bands lead singer Tyriq Johnson's smooth falsetto is the highlight of the night, this band is something you would truly enjoy.


“Note for note is one thing, but Brass Transit brings the sound of Chicago’s music to life!”
- KEITH BROWN, President, Aquarius Records