Jerry Corbetta, lead singer, keyboardist and founder of the melodically and lyrically oriented "Green-Eyed Lady" group Sugarloaf is ready to do it one more time. The group found Gold with "Don't Call Us, We'll Call You" in February 1975. After many requests from radio and fans over the years, he and the group are ready.
Life after Sugarloaf was just as artistically lucrative, with a solo album and a co-authored for Grace Jones hit "On Your Knees". He co-produced Frankie Valli's critically acclaimed album "Heaven Above Me", then was asked to join The Four Seasons for their Twentieth Anniversary Tour, Jerry also struck gold with the Roberta Flack/Peabo Bryson number "You're Lookin' Like Love To Me".
For the first time in 30 years Corbetta will take the stage with Sugarloaf and tour the USA. Jerry will also perform his own melodic and talented renditions of the Classic Rock Hits from some of the more memorable groups he toured with over the years.
Close your eyes - pretend you still have hair and get ready for a performance that will take you all the way home, to the memories and raw excitement of the seventies.