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Grammy Award Winner Jim Peterik Will Perform in Chicago With His Jazz Line-up “Lifeforce”

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Grammy award winner and singer songwriter Jim Peterik will be playing in Chicago on April 21, 2013 with his Jazz line-up “Lifeforce”. The show is going to be at The Parrot Cage restaurant in the South Shore Cultural Center, in conjunction with www.SmoothJazzChicago.net, from 11am to 1pm.

Grammy award-winner Jim Peterik has been responsible for eighteen top ten hits, including his three number-one songs “Vehicle,” “The Search Is Over,” and “Eye of the Tiger”. Peterik has co-written songs for the likes of 38 Special, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Blackhawk, Cheap Trick, Sammy Hagar, Cathy Richardson, Van Zant, Brian Wilson, REO Speedwagon and The Beach Boys.

The songwriter has now expanded his talents to a smooth jazz project, Jim Peterik’s Lifeforce. “My message and mood is positive and uplifting,” Peterik said. “Much like the theme of ‘Eye of The Tiger,’ I feel that visualization of your desired outcome is the first step to actualization. This theme, as well as making sure we appreciate and maximize each day, runs through my songs.”

Lifeforce consists of fifteen talented musicians. To learn more about them and their involvement in Lifeforce, visit the website [url="http://www.jimpeterikslifeforce.com"]here[/url]

You can download music from the Lifeforce album on [url="http://bit.ly/ForcesatPlayoniTunes"]iTunes[/url] and [url="http://bit.ly/ForcesatPlay"]Amazon[/url]

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