Just announced, Jeff Senour of CTS wins President’s Award from Southwest Airlines. This is one of the most prestigious awards Southwest offers to its employees as the winners are chosen from nominations of fellow co-workers. Jeff and the CTS band have been recognized for their contributions to our Veterans and school music programs across our country. The award was presented by CEO Southwest Airlines, Gary Kelly. Gary – who is also a guitar player – shares the passion of music with Jeff and expressed his appreciation for the band’s accomplishments at the awards banquet, where Mr. Kelly gave an autographed Taylor guitar painted in Southwest colors as a gift to Jeff. What an honor and a memory of a lifetime. Mr. Kelly, we are honored and cannot thank you enough for this amazing gift!
Please welcome our new lead guitarist, Dylan Elliott to the CTS family!
At 19 years old, Dylan is a talent; we are proud to call him a part of the CTS Rock Band family. We welcome you, Dylan, and stay tuned world! We have a lot happening this year. Inspiring the world one heart at a time and honoring our heroes through the music of CTS!
Dylan Elliott got his first guitar at six years old and the passion was born. Having many opportunities to grow and experience in music, Dylan has performed on many stages. He started playing in bands when he was 13 years old and enjoys playing many different styles of music from Jazz to Rock and everything in between.
Dylan continued on to lead and direct a student worship band for four years and currently plays at Central Christian Church full-time on the weekends. He is the lead guitar player for the student worship band at Grand Canyon University, where he is a full-time student majoring in Business.
Dylan has had the opportunity to open for bands such as Switchfoot and Phil Wickham and continues to cultivate his talent by playing and composing in a recording studio. Always open to conversing about music, Dylan constantly gains new knowledge and experience in the music industry.