Former Journey lead singer Steve Perry has revealed that he underwent two recent operations to treat skin cancer. In a rare post to his official site, he states that his doctors believe that no further operations will be required to remove all the cancer cells.
Nearly 15 years after Journey made ‘Trial By Fire,’ the 1996 studio album which came as a result of a short-lived reunion with original lead singer Steve Perry, it’s still a frequent question - will Perry ever come back?
On 'The Voice' tonight (April 30), contestant Jermaine Paul took on the Journey ballad 'Open Arms.' A tough task, considering the original was sung by Steve Perry, but Paul won over the celebrity panel of coaches and the audience.
When it comes to modern day arena rock, the smooth, sultry voice of Steve Perry wrote the book. The raven haired former lead singer of Journey manned their melodically rocking ship for nine monster albums throughout the '80s and early '90s -- with his elusive mix of sex appeal and that incomparable voice -- before leaving the band permanently and pursuing a solo career.
When it comes to classic jukebox jams, few bands can match Journey -- especially when they were fronted by Steve Perry, one of the greatest arena rock frontman of all time. 'Don't Stop Believin' may be
As Journey’s ‘Don’t Stop Believin’’ continues to make an impact on pop culture, with younger generations still discovering the classic rock favorite for the first time, former lead singer Steve Perry admits that he fudged one minor detail in the lyrics.
Steve Perry hasn't issued any new music since 1998. However, the self-exiled former Journey frontman is putting the finishing touches on a studio at his Southern California home, which means he'll soon record and rock fans will get to hear that powerful voice once again.
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