Neal Schon's recently settled support agreement with his ex-wife Amber is in the news again as the Journey guitarist is said to be bringing a lawsuit against her mother. Schon says Judy Kozan badmouthed him through an internet blog, and he wants $75,000 in damages.
The story of Journey finding their latest lead singer Arnel Pineda on YouTube is a tale that’s both well-known at this point, and hugely inspirational to others hoping that perhaps a similar type of rock star fame might someday come their way.
In addition to its always-packed tour schedule, Journey stayed pretty busy in the studio during the first decade of the new century, releasing four albums (2001's 'Arrival,' 2005's 'Generations,' 2008's 'Revelation,' and 2011's 'Eclipse') in a 10-year span. Sadly, however, it appears they might be finished recording for the foreseeable future.
It’s hard to deny that Journey singer Arnel Pineda’s rise to success is a unique and moving story. The frontman was discovered by Journey guitarist Neal Schon, who caught a video of Pineda performing with his former cover band Zoo on YouTube, and the rest is as they say, history.
It's been more than 40 years since Neal Schon left Santana to form the band that would become Journey. However, a new interview with Schon reveals that he and Carlos Santana have had preliminary talks about a potential new project.
One of the greatest power ballads of all time, Journey's 'Faithfully' tells the timeless story of true love from the perspective of a touring musician who is facing long periods of separation from his wife while out on the road.
Keyboardist Jonathan Cain wrote the song from persona
Arnel Pinada isn't the first cover band singer who's been hired to replace the guy he sounds like -- in fact, as former Judas Priest frontman Ripper Owens would be quick to point out, his story isn't even the first to inspire a movie. However, as the first trailer for the upcoming Journey documentary takes pains to argue, Pineda's tale might be the most inspiring.
Journey will be in New Orleans Super Bowl weekend. The rock group, led by Neal Schon, will join country trio Rascal Flatts for a 'CMT Crossroads' special at 11PM ET on CMT. 'CMT Crossroads' pairs country superstars with rock or pop artists for a concert of each band's most well-known songs. This is the second time Journey and Rascal Flatts have shared a stage.
In the early '80s, when arcades were the coolest hangout for teenagers, Bally Midway got the idea to brand a video game around one of the hottest touring acts going -- Journey. The idea was a solid one, though the execution for the band's self-titled game was a little lacking for true gamers.
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