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Danny Seraphine

In 1967, Danny Seraphine was one of the architects of “Chicago Transit Authority,” soon known as “Chicago.” During his 22 year tenure in Chicago, the group charted five No. 1 albums and 21 top ten hits, second only to the Beach Boys and earning 22 gold, 18 platinum, and 8 multi-platinum albums. Honored by Rolling Stone as one of the “All-time Top 100 Drummers,” Danny was also recognized at the ASCAP Pop Music Awards as Songwriter of the Year” for his co-write on Pitbull’s “I Know You Want Me.” Before the Maestro Dick Wagner’s untimely passing, Danny Seraphine, Leland Sklar, Mark Farner, and Dick Wagner were in discussions to form a new “Supergroup,” featuring Dick Wagner songs and co-writes between band members.