How would you like to see a singer who's had six top 40 hits, and two number one singles?

Peter Cetera, an original member of the band Chicago who continues with a very successful solo career, will perform at the Cheyenne Civic Center at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, September 21.

Cetera played bass for Chicago and sang on their first major hit, '25 or 6 to 4.'

Two of the Chicago songs that he sang hit number one, 'If You Leave Me Now' in 1976 and 'Hard To Say I'm Sorry' in 1982.

Solo hits from Cetera also made it to the top of the charts, 'Glory of Love'-the 'Karate Kid Part ll' theme and 'The Next Time I Fall' his duet with Amy Grant.

Don't miss your chance to see this Grammy Award winning singer right here in downtown Cheyenne.

He's even been mentioned in a recent Heineken beer commercial. A young man at an assisted living home asks one of the residents why he likes Peter Cetera. The older resident replies that he didn't like Cetera, but the ladies do, "and if you like the ladies, then by default, you like Peter Cetera."