After years of sending messages back and forth to each other in the press, it appears that Steve Perry and Neal Schon are seriously considering the idea of Perry returning to Journey. In a new interview, the singer reveals that the two are in discussions.
Ever wake up one morning wondering what your name was? Whether this was your beautiful house (David Byrne has, but that’s another story)? Whether you somehow missed something that was sitting right under your nose?
It's impossible to predict the future, but it seems safe to say that no matter what happens this New Year's Eve in the world of classic rock, it won't measure up to Dec. 31, 1973, when future rock titans Journey and AC/DC both played their very first concerts on the same night.
It isn't the Journey reunion that so many fans are hoping for, but it looks like Steve Perry is going to appear on an upcoming album -- collaborating with electronic rock band AWOLNATION, best known for the 2011 Top 20 hit 'Sail.'
In what was billed as "the first pay-per-view wedding to double as a concert and fundraiser for typhoon relief efforts in the Philippines," Journey guitarist Neal Schon wed his betrothed, reality TV star Michaele Salahi, in a televised event on Dec. 15.
Journey guitarist Neal Schon and reality-TV celebrity Michaele Salahi have invited family, friends and 90 millions guests to their upcoming wedding. They've also announced "a surprise special guest" for the nuptials, which will be broadcast as a pay-per-view event.
The classic-rock package tour has become something of an annual tradition over the past few summers, and it looks set to continue in 2014, when Journey and the Steve Miller Band will hit the road together for a lengthy series of dates.
Back when MTV was a new thing, artists embraced music videos with the wide-open-frontier enthusiasm of a kid with a new toy. But something terrible happened along the way. Suddenly, directors thought they were Martin Scorsese, bands overestimated their thespian skills and editors started punching all sorts of buttons on their fancy new video-editing machines. The results are some laughably horrible videos that look seriously dated 30 years later. Here are 10 things to look out for in Journey's hilariously outdated video for 'Separate Ways (Worlds Apart).'
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