Peter Cetera

Barbican Hall, London.

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As frontman of seminal rock band Chicago he provided the soundtrack to a generation; as a solo artist he found a legion of new fans a decade later. Now, Grammy Award winning singer-songwriter Peter Cetera will come to London for a rare concert at The Barbican on October 29th, where he will perform hits from throughout his successful and diverse career with his band, The Bad Daddy's.

Beginning his career in 1968 with legendary band Chicago, in which Peter was the singer, songwriter, and bass player, he achieved commercial success early on, with 18 defining albums and worldwide hits including 'If You Leave Me Now' (which received a Grammy Award), 'Hard To Say I'm Sorry', and 'Stay The Night'. His career with the band encompassed seventeen albums.

As a solo artist, Peter has recorded 10 hugely successful albums, including No.1 Hits 'The Glory of Love', the Academy Award nominated song from 'The Karate Kid II', 'No Explanation' from the classic film 'Pretty Woman', and the unforgettable 'Restless Heart'.

Cetera has also collaborated with artists including Cher, Chaka Khan, The Beach Boys and Madonna throughout his 50 + year career.

Continuing to sell out venues the world over, Peter currently performs with his 7-piece electric band, 'The Bad Daddy's', and will bring his timeless hits and thrilling live show to The Barbican this