9-11 at Woodlands Auditorium and start at 7:30 p.m. Several members have 30 years in the music industry.Starting with most of the hits off the first album, Transit Authority will take us on an energetic journey back in time. They’ve sold out theaters and casinos and had successful runs at Walt Disney World’s Epcot Center.Since performing their first shows in 2003, Transit Authority has become known here and abroad as the premier tribute to the iconic group Chicago. Transit Authority has assembled gifted horn players that capture the legendary sound of the original recordings.Shows are Nov. Tickets ($30) are available at www.hsvticketsales.com or call the box office at 501-922- 4231. Do you suppose we’ll hear “Saturday in the Park”? Mega-hits such as “Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?,” into the ’80s with “Hard Habit to Break,” “Questions 67 & 68,” and top ten singles and ballads are sure to please. Based out of Minneapolis, Minn., the eight-member Transit Authority tribute band has the endorsement of the original members. Since April 1969, when Chicago Transit Authority released its debut album by the same name, America fell in love with its horn-driven sound, fusing brass and jazz with soulful rock.
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