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.
Late last week, Neal Schon hinted at a reunion between himself and guitarist Carlos Santana in an interview with Australian music website Noise11.
Journey has announced the official release of the band’s feature length documentary “Don’t Stop Believin': EveryMan’s Journey,” directed by Ramona S. Diaz.
I’m personally waitin’ for the Slayer/Taylor Swift Crossroads episode…
Journey guitarist Neal Schon and reality TV star Michaele Salahi are now engaged. Schon called Salahi up on stage last night before a concert at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center in Baltimore, got down on one knee and popped the question. Those in attendance say Salahi broke down in tears and jumped up and down as the band played “Faithfully.”
Who’s rocking the Republican National Convention this week? Southern rock, Kid Rock, and basically no women.
When “Working For The Weekend” rockers Loverboy first toured with Journey back in 1982, they were riding high on the success of Get Lucky, their biggest album to date. Times were a bit different than they are now for both bands, but that didn’t stop an on-the-road reunion from kicking off last week.
At their height of their respective fame in 1982, Journey and “Working For the Weekend” rockers Loverboy embarked on a tour together. Now, 30 years later, the two acts are hitting the road again, joined […]
When the star-studded adaptation of Broadway’s Rock Of Ages hits theaters on June 15, fans will see Tom Cruise give his take on Sunset Strip-style rock star vamping in the decade of excess (which Cruise […]
Beatin’ on your girlfriend and NOT your drums can be harmful to your health. Also your freedom will be compromised and your Man Card revoked…Idiot. GREAT drummer, though…