Something sparked when Steve Perry entered the Journey lineup in 1978, when the group began reeling off a stunning seven consecutive multi-platinum projects through 1987. The group was an unstoppable arena-ballad juggernaut, notching 18 Top 40 singles, six of which shot into the Top 10 -- all in a fruitful period that ended with Perry's exit in 1998. Even though most of the attention falls on the Perry years, Journey released a trio of muscular, blues-rock jam records before his arrival, very much in the style of the Santana band that had been home to both original singer Gregg Rolie and stalwart guitarist Neal Schon. After Perry's exit, singer Arnel Pineda took over, and 2008's 'Revelation' and 2011's 'Eclipse' went Top 15, as Schon, keyboardist Jonathan Cain, bassist Ross Valory (who has been on every Journey album, except for 1986's 'Raised on Radio') and drummer Deen Castronovo continued into a new century.
Why Journey Stopped Making Videos During MTV's Golden Era
Singer Steve Perry said band wanted to preserve "the mystery and mystique of the fantasy of radio."
How Steve Perry Got Involved in the New 'Stranger Things' Trailer
Reworked version of "Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)" caught the former Journey frontman's attention.
Journey Soundtrack Epic 'Stranger Things' Season 4 Trailer
Volume 1 of Season 4 premieres on May 27.
Journey's 'Don't Stop Believin'' Appears in 'SNL' Sketch
Marching-band version of band's 1981 hit takes over a dinner date.
Top 10 Songs Journey Haven't Played on Their 2022 Tour Yet
These tracks would make a pretty great concert all by themselves.
Jonathan Cain Says Journey 'Step Out a Little Bit' on New Album
He says 'Freedom' will have some "surprises," but don’t expect to hear the songs on band's current tour.
Journey and Toto Kick Off 2022 'Freedom' Tour: Set Lists, Videos
Bands launched one of the year's most anticipated road shows last night.
Toto to Replace Ailing Billy Idol on All Journey Dates
Punk rocker needs to get surgery for chronic sinus infection.
How a Rejected Babys Song Became Journey's Signature Ballad
"Open Arms" eventually made its way to No. 2 on the charts, becoming a set list staple.