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Whatever Happened to Journey’s Original Singer Steve Perry?

He recently made a big announcement!

Freddie Mercury (1946-1991), singer with Queen, standing in front of a drumkit as he sings into a microphone on stage during a live concert performance by the band at the National Bowl in Milton Keynes, England, United Kingdom, on 5 June 1982

AXS TV Announces Nostalgic Concert Performances in June

Get ready for some incredible performances!

screenshot from the 1983 Bally Midway arcade video game Journey. It depicts video game versions of members of the rock band Journey with black-and-white digitized photos of their actual faces on top of their computer graphic-created bodies. The band is performing onstage in front of a wild audience, with a bouncer attempting to keep them from reaching the stage.

Remember Those Early ’80s Video Games Featuring Journey?

Journey Escape, a 1982 cartridge for the Atari 2600, and Journey, Bally Midway’s 1983 arcade game, both starred classic rock group Journey and featured synthesized versions of some of their songs.

Steve Perry of Journey performing at the Rosemont Horizon in Rosemont, Illinois, May 21, 1982

Journey Fans Turn to Facebook to Congratulate Steve Perry and Band on Biggest Song of All Time

Thousands of fans respond to Steve Perry and Neal Schon’s posts on Facebook.

American rock group Journey, New York, June 1979. Left to right: guitarist Neal Schon, bassist Ross Valory, keyboard player Gregg Rolie, singer Steve Perry, and drummer Steve Smith

Journey’s Popular Tune Becomes ‘Biggest Song of All Time’

Can you guess which one it is?

Bassist Ricky Phillips, guitarist/vocalist James Young and guitarist/vocalist Tommy Shaw of Styx performs at the House of Blues on January 13, 2012 in New Orleans, Louisiana

You Wanna Rock? Classic Rock Tours are Making a Comeback, Banking on Nostalgia

Check out the list of all the classic rock bands going on tour!

black and white photo of the Steve Miller Band in 1967, from the docuseries

New MGM+ Docuseries Explores ’60s & ’70s San Francisco Music Scene

Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Journey, Janis Joplin, Sly and the Family Stone, Creedence and other legendary groups are chronicled in the two-part ‘San Francisco Sounds: A Place in Time,’ from the filmmakers who created 2020’s Emmy-nominated ‘Laurel Canyon: A Place in Time.’

CIRCA 1975: Rock group Journey (l-R Gregg Rolie, Ross Valory, Neal Schon, George Tickner and Aynsley Dunbar pose for a CBS Photo circa 1975

Journey’s George Tickner Dies At 76

He was one of the band’s first guitarists.

Nostalgic stars on tour this summer

From Aerosmith to ZZ Top, Is Your Favorite Touring This Year?

Get ready to rock with some of the most nostalgic stars on tour this summer in our ultimate tour guide.