It eventually became his trademark singing style.
Musical artist Peter Paul Cetera ; born September 13, 1944 is an American musician best known for being a lead vocalist and bassist of the rock band from 1967 until his departure in 1985, before launching a successful solo career.
Quinn, Medicine Woman and its television sequels 1993—2001 in a career that spans 1968—present.
The group's lineup remained stable for over ten years and released a series commercially and critically successful albums.
This was fringey stuff, nowhere near the center of the music industry.
He was also nominated by a male artist for the Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Performance.