Peter Cetera, Chicago to reunite for Rock Hall of Fame performance
See? It’s not so hard to say I’m sorry. And it turns out some things really are a hard habit to break. Chicago’s Robert Lamm says its former frontman Peter Cetera (along with original drummer Danny Seraphine) will return and perform with the band when Chicago is inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on April 8.
In an interview with Radio.com, Lamm confirmed the reunion.
“I’ve said this before and I’ve said it to him: if there’s ever a time that we can share the stage again, this is it,” Lamm said. “I think it could have a huge emotional impact on the audience. And I think that that would be a very moving experience.”
Could it lead to a somewhat permanent reunion? Probably not.
“Anything’s possible, in terms of what could be,” Lamm answered. “From the many conversations I’ve had with him, I don’t expect that he’d want to do that. Even if he has a good time at the induction.”
Cetera joined Chicago in the late ‘60s and remained with the band until 1985 when he decided to pursue his solo career full-time. Among his ‘80s hits with Chicago were the tunes Hard To Say I’m Sorry, Love Me Tomorrow, Stay The Night, Hard Habit to Break and Along Comes a Woman.