Neal Schon hasn't even finished work on the upcoming Santana record that reunites the band's original lineup, but he's already eager to get the group out on the road.
They brought the world Steve Perry and gave us the courage to play air instruments on camera, and yet there's still so much about Journey that most of us have never bothered to learn.
Journey continued their trek to the top of the rock world with the April 5, 1979 release of 'Evolution.'
With their fifth studio album, 1979's Evolution, Journey finally cracked the Top 20 of Billboard's album chart — and they soared even higher when they returned the next year with the follow-up, Departure.
When Journey started recording their eighth album, 'Frontiers' -- which was released in February 1983 -- they were coming off their biggest year ever.
Even though it wasn’t his first time singing lead, Journey drummer Deen Castronovo admits that the idea of doing a whole album where he would be the featured vocalist was daunting.
The complete story behind the fourth album from Journey, which was released on Jan. 20, 1978.
A previously unreleased, but long-bootlegged Journey concert featuring Steve Perry is due for release next month.
Journey will soon become the latest classic rock band to hit Sin City.
AC/DC and Journey both played their first concerts on December 31, 1973.