Steve Perry has only recorded sporadically without Journey, despite his role as a catalyst in the band’s biggest chart and touring successes between 1978-1998. Still, Perry’s rare solo efforts have spawned a series of memorable hits — including the No. 3 ‘Oh Sherrie’; the Top 20 ‘Foolish Heart’ and ‘Don’t Fight It,’ with Kenny Loggins; and the Top 30 ‘You Better Wait.’
Lingering health issues eventually led to a split with the band, and Perry later dealt with a cancer scare. A lengthy period away from music making followed, even if interest in the enigmatic Perry never waned. Songs from an aborted follow up to ‘Street Talk,’ tentatively titled ‘Against the Wall,’ ended up on a late-’90s solo compilation.
Selected Discography: 'Street Talk' (1984), 'For the Love of Strange Medicine' (1994), 'Greatest Hits + Five Unreleased' (1998)
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.
Steve Perry's been working on new music for years -- and while there's still no official indication that 2014 will bring us a new solo record from the former Journey frontman, his comments during a recent public appearance made it clear he's excited about the way the songs are coming together.
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.'
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?
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