17 Albums And 38 Hit Songs Later, He Starts His Solo Career!Happy birthday to a legendary Chicago performer!
Here's Why Chicago's Carnegie Hall Concerts Were So HistoricSo... How do you get to Carnegie Hall?
VIDEO: Chicago Songwriters Inducted Into Hall Of FameDo you think Peter Cetera will bother to show up for THIS Hall of Fame induction? He didn't last year!
Turntable Tuesday Video: 'Will You Still Love Me?' By ChicagoEvery Tuesday, K-Hits dusts off the record player and whips out some of those songs that you may not have heard in awhile.
Robert Lamm Offers Peter Cetera Olive Branch Ahead of Chicago's Rock Hall InductionLamm spoke with WCBS FM's Scott Shannon this morning.
Chicago Release Official Statement on Peter Cetera"Peter Cetera, despite the best efforts of the Rock Hall and the band to reach a happy middle ground, made his decision not to participate."
Peter Cetera Bows Out of Chicago Reunion — AgainIt really *is* hard to say "I'm sorry."
Cetera Won't Perform With Chicago At Rock Hall Induction: 'This Scenario Doesn’t Work For Me'Peter Cetera posted the "final" response on his website.
Chicago to Reunite with Peter Cetera at Rock Hall InductionChicago's Robert Lamm tells Radio.com that the band will reunite with ex-drummer Danny Seraphine and singer Peter Cetera for the induction ceremony.
INTERVIEW: Peter Cetera On His Time With The Band Chicago, The Cubs & More!Former Chicago lead singer will perform this Friday at the Paramount Theater in Aurora, but before he does, he called in to the Dave Fogel Morning Show.
Cuz It's The Weekend Video: 'Saturday In The Park' By ChicagoWhen I was trying to think of a weekend themed song, I figured why not pick something with a little homegrown flavor to it!
Could It Happen: A Chicago Reunion With Peter CeteraThe Chicago business is still a healthy one: like The Beach Boys, they tour every year to large crowds. But also like The Beach Boys, reuniting with their ex-frontman would be a huge event that would get the band more media attention than they've had in years, and would probably be a big enough deal to lead to a tour headlining the venues where they usually split the bill.