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All news /  2015-02-18 12:43:47 / 

Peter Cetera

Date / 2015-02-18 12:43:47

Jamaica Jazz as well as Blues Festival is completely renowned to bring several numbers of the acts that are making the debut performance over rock. The year is certainly not at all different. So, among the year, debutantes is the Peter Cetera. At the same time, Cetera, earlier lead singer of Chicago band, is set for Îrockâ crowd at festival that also kicks off Thursday on the Trelawny that is the Multi-purpose Stadium which also lasts till Saturday. However, Executive producer for this event that is Walter Elmore is also very proud of line-up as well as it also describes Ceteraâs for 3 decades of the hits, that also includes favourites, The Youâre, Youâre, Inspiration, One Good Woman, Glory Of the Love, the Restless Heart as well as Next Time Fall, that is being highly worth of trip to festival.

Moreover, Cetera is the original member of the Chicago & also stayed with the soft rock group exclusively for about 18 years. Moreover, Ceteraâs greatest singing as well as songwriting is well accomplishment with the Chicago that came in the year 1976 with first universal number single, ballad when you leave. The trademark of singing style was also developed for result to have to sing especially for the period of time having the wired jaw. He even accomplished with the bass player along with the musical talents that is family trait being the 2 brothers, such as Kenny and Tim, are also well involved in production of different number of the Chicago as well as Peter Ceteraâs of the solo records.

In the year 1985, on quitting band, Peter Cetera also topped with the music charts along The Glory of the Love that is first single that also from the album that is named as Solitude or the Solitaire. This track was even famous in Jamaica that went to become theme song for film Karate Kid, II Part.