Does Peter Cetera age?
We’re fairly certain that the former Chicago front man was belting out FM-radio classics like “If You Leave Me Now“ back in the mid-1970s, but take one look at this guy: it seems clear he hasn’t aged one bit.
And neither have his love ballads.
Find out for yourself Saturday evening.
That's when Cetera takes the stage at WinStar World Casino for an 8 p.m. show that also features the equally gifted Richard Marx.
With the group Chicago, Cetera penned and provided vocals for soaring hits like “You’re the Inspiration,” “Hard Habit to Break” and “Stay the Night.” His powerful vocal chops served him well when he left the band in 1985 to concentrate on a solo career. Subsequent hits included “One Good Woman,” “The Next Time I Fall” (a duet with Amy Grant) and “Glory of Love,” from the movie “The Karate Kid, Part II.”
Combine that with a performance from Richard Marx — whose string of hits in the late 1980s and ‘90s include “Right Here Waiting,” “Hazard,” “Satisfied” and much more —and you won’t find a more romantic spot than Saturday night in Thackerville, Oklahoma.
Thu, January 5, 2012
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