Most widely known for his account in the 1970s and ’80s rock-band Chicago, this drummer, songwriter, and music manufacturer contributed to many from the band’s strike albums, like the Increase Platinum Chicago V. In 2006, he produced another music group, the California Transit Power, that released a debut record titled BACK TO WHERE IT STARTED. After falling out of senior high school at age group fifteen, he had taken lessons with drummer Bob Tilles through DePaul University’s music section. He helped compose such Chicago music as “Road Participant,” “Lowdown,” and “Birthday Boy.” He was created and raised within an Italian community of Chicago, Illinois. He afterwards settled in LA, California. When Seraphine, guitarist Terry Kath, and saxophonist Walter Parazaider initial formed the music group that could become Chicago, they known as their group several different brands, like the Big Thing, The Lacking Links, as well as the Chicago Transit Power.