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Grammy Award Winning Songwriter Jim Peterik Has His Very Own Music App on iTunes Now


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Grammy award winning songwriter Jim Peterik has his very own music app on iTunes now. The app has everything Jim Peterik! There are pictures, music videos, songs, how to connect with him online, and more. All of his fans, new and old, can have everything they love about Peterik all in one place!

 

Peterik’s solo career has been responsible for eighteen top ten hits, including his three number-one songs “Vehicle,” “The Search Is Over,” and “Eye of the Tiger”. He’s 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. He now has a new jazz band “Lifeforce”. Lifeforce recently released a deluxe edition of their album “Forces at Play.” The remastered album is a two-disc set featuring bonus tracks and a total of 32 incredible jazz artists. The band is currently being played on over 20 radio stations worldwide!

 

Contributors joining Peterik on the record include: Buddy Guy (on the Grammy award winning track “Vehicle” included from an earlier time while Jim was a part of “Ides Of March”) and new Lifeforce contributors: Steve Oliver; Jeff Carlisi (.38 Special), Mindi Abair (American Idol); Greg Carmichael and Miles Gilderdale (Acoustic Alchemy); Blake Aaron, Jessy J, Marzette Griffith, Lisa McClowry, Sijay, David Pack, Steve Eisen, Steve Cole, Chieli Minucci, Nick Colionne, Mike Cichowicz, Alex Ligertwood (Santana); Ariel Engelbert, Christian Cullen, Ed Breckenfeld, Jeff Lantz,, Khari Parker, Klem Hayes, Larry Gray, Mike Aquino, Richie Davis, The Ides of March Brass, Thom Griffin, Tim Bales and Zoey Engelbert, each bringing their own unique style to the superstar group.

 

You can download this awesome new app on iTunes here

 

To learn more about the Lifeforce band, visit their website here. You can listen to, download, or order the album on iTunes and Amazon

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