KC and the Sunshine Band, a funky ensemble straight outta the Sunshine state of Florida, practically invented disco. Well, that's a stretch, especially if you listen to the Bee Gees' breakthrough single, “Jive Talkin' ” from 1975's Main Course album. But Harry Wayne Casey and his band did quite a bit to popularize the genre, contributing huge hits like “Keep it Comin' Love” to the essential, danceable sound of the late '70s. A revisioned, revitalized version of this stellar, Grammy Award-winning outfit is now on tour and performs at Route 66 Casino's Legends Theater on Saturday, June 30 at 8pm. The band's kept their formidable chops together through constant touring—they play over 100 shows, world-wide, per year—and Casey says he has no plans to stop the music or the dancing that inevitably coincides with each of their mind-blowing performances. Tickets for this once-in-a-lifetime exposure to real live disco music range in price from $35 to $77 and all ages will be admitted to the luxurious Legends Theater, a venue that even grim perfectionists like Donald Fagen dig.
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