“Where have you been all this time?” It’s the question Steve Perry attempted to answer when he joined The Eels for a second time on Saturday night (May 31) at a show at Washington D.C.’s Lincoln Theatre.
For those who didn’t stop believing, their wish came true. Journey frontman Steve Perry hit the stage after nearly twenty years to perform a few of his classics.
Make sure you keep yer eyes peeled at the State Fair Journey show…
Please don’t tell me Steve Perry’s goin’ electronic..
Arnel Pineda to the rescue! Filipino Journey frontman-Steve-Perry-clone has deep roots in the Phillipines super typhoon tragedy…
“This is going to be a not-to-be-missed trifecta of the best of soul, greatest hits and arena rock by three of the greatest bands to come out of San Francisco, clearly a once in a lifetime event. We can’t wait to get started!” Steve Miller said in a statement.
For Journey, the super typhoon in Haiyan may have hit closer to home than for most rock bands.
Journey has continued their musical journey without the powerful pipes of former frontman Steve Perry, but an animosity reportedly existed.
Don’t Stop Believin’: Everyman’s Journey follows the real life rock ‘n’ roll fairy tale of Filipino Arnel Pineda, who was plucked from YouTube to become the front man for Journey.
In recently released Journey documentary, Don’t Stop Believin': Everyman’s Journey, the band tells the story of how they discovered vocalist Arnel Pineda on YouTube, and overcame the pressure of replacing one of the most recognizable voices in rock.