13 September 1944, Chicago, Illinois, USA. Peter Cetera was the last musician to join the original line-up of Chicago, and he remained with that highly successful outfit through its first 17 albums as lead singer and bass player. In 1981, Cetera recorded a self-titled solo album on Full Moon Records, which only reached number 143 on the US album chart. He left the group in 1985 to pursue a solo career and achieved immediate success with the single Glory Of Love, the theme from the movie The Karate Kid Part II, which reached US number 1 and UK number 3 in the summer of 1986. The second solo album, Solitude/Solitaire, reached number 23. In September of that year, Cetera recorded a duet with pop-gospel singer Amy Grant, The Next Time I Fall, which also reached US number 1. In 1987, he worked with former Abba member Agnetha Fältskog on her WEA Records debut, duetting on the minor US hit single I Wasnt The One (Who Said...
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