Journey Through Time will hit the road in February 2019 for the first time, celebrating the band’s legendary catalog and rich history. Returning to their roots, the band will showcase songs from the very beginning – plus pay tribute to your favorite classic hits. Joining Schon and Rolie will be former Journey member Deen Castronovo on vocals and drums, Todd Jensen, and Chris Collins on guitar and keys.
Journey’s worldwide sales have reached over 100 million records, making them one of the world’s best-selling bands of all time. Chart-topping hits such as “Don’t Stop Believin’, “Lights,” and “When You Love a Woman” are regarded as some of the defining notes of the rock & rock musical canon. With a very broad selection of great material spanning from 1973 to now. Schon has promised to dig deep into it All. Subscribe to my YouTube Channel for updates.
Having grown up in the music industry, I've pretty much seen it all - together with Strax, we're going to do something brand new and take everything to the future; with art, musical expression, clothing – everything," said Schon, "and then we're going to take it to the next level and the next level after that. I don't know if you can wrap your head around that but it's going to be really cool.
Neal Schon is preparing to hit the road in 2019 with a solo outfit called Journey Through Time, which will feature music from all 45 years of Journey's career. Schon posted a recent interview of former Journey drummer Deen Castronovo discussing the tour, and tweeted: “Love and Respect to all you fans. Read more at SCHONBLOG...
For his next project, “Crazy Rich Asians” director Jon M. Chu plans to chronicle the incredible life story of Arnel Pineda,the Filipino singer that Journey co-founder Neal Schon discovered on YouTube, performing scorching covers of the 1980s arena band’s hits. Read more at SCHONBLOG...
Neal Schon of the classic rock band Journey is one of the most iconic, imaginative musicians on the planet. Fans who attended Journey’s co-headlining adventure with Def Leppard were treated to Neal Schon’s thrilling guitar interludes, rendering a night of hits an absolutely extraordinary occasion. Read more at HIGHWIRE DAZE…
The sold out Journey, Def Leppard, and Foreigner concert, (9/21/18) at AT&T Park in San Francisco was held, appropriately enough on a FLASHBACK FRIDAY! These Kings of 1980’s rock music held court on the docks of the San Francisco Bay right by McCovey Cove and the statues of the Kings of baseball, Read more at BAMmagazine
We should have seen this one coming. Carlos Santana rocking it out at House of Blues at Mandalay Bay. Neal Schon doing the same with Journey at Hard Rock Hotel. Santana’s role as Schon’s mentor dating to Santana’s original band. The recent reunion of two on the 2016 album “Santana IV.” All roads lead to … well, one of these stages. It happened to be House of Blues.
At long last, legendary American rock band Journey has taken their well-earned place in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and many of rock’s top luminaries are enthusiastically celebrating the milestone from around the world. The Professor of Rock recently sat down with a number of rock and roll’s READ MORE AT Huffington Post
When I was six years old, I heard a song on FM radio while my mom drove me to school that shook the very foundation of my small soul. My story is no different than millions of other 80’s kids who heard the same song. It was an anthemic rock song that to my Read more at good for Utah
It was a vision that Journey fans have been fantasizing about for years: Steve Perry and Neal Schon standing side-by-side on an arena stage holding their hands up high in the air together and hugging like old friends. It took the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame to make this happen, but even that wasn't enough to get Perry to actually sing with Journey again. Still, Schon says the important thing was getting the friendship back on track. Read more at www.rollingstone.com
On April 7, Journey were among the honorees at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 32nd annual induction ceremony at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
The event brought Journey—including longtime guitarist Neal Schon—together with their former singer, Steve Perry, who hasn't been a Journey man since 1998.
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(ABC 4 Utah) A legend from the race track gave a legendary rocker the 'Journey' of a lifetime at the Indy 500 this year.
It wasn't easy, but Real Housewives star Michaele Schon pulled off the ultimate birthday surprise for her husband, legendary guitarist, Neal Schon of Journey.
Neal's a big fan of racing, so Michaele arranged for him to meet one of his all-time Read more here