10 Songs, 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The former Journey man's first album in 24 years.

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The former Journey man's first album in 24 years.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
683 Ratings
683 Ratings
Gracelander

The voice is back!!

Welcome back Steve, your voice is such a welcome sound! Looking forward to the album this fall.

Dgree

Welcome back!

Can’t wait to heat the whole album.

Jdoggydawg

The Return

How can a single song bring such an incredible feeling of delight & happiness? Easy. When it’s from an individual who’s voice has filled the soundtrack of your youth, your young adult years, the introduction of your family, the times when you needed a shoulder to lean on, and now... when it seems we all may need some love and positivity. Welcome back. We’ve missed you. We are happy you’ve found your love of music once again.

About Steve Perry

Smooth, bold, and powerful but pretty—the voice of Journey frontman Steve Perry is one of arena rock's signature sounds. A struggling singer from California’s Central Valley who had all but given up on music before taking a call in 1977 from Journey manager Walter Herbert, Perry helped redirect the band’s jazz-influenced progressive rock toward the mainstream. Journey's new sound—a blend of hard-rock muscle and pop-ballad sensitivity—made them one of the 1980s’ hugest successes and a touchpoint for bands from Bon Jovi to Foo Fighters. Just revisit Perry’s first appearance with the band, “Lights,” which imagined ’60s soul on a blockbuster scale, or the era-defining “Don’t Stop Believin’,” which took the uplift of Bruce Springsteen to stratospheric heights. Speaking to an interviewer in 2008, Perry described the feeling of being at a club and seeing a new generation sing along to “Don’t Stop Believin’” on the stereo: “There’s something reverent about that to me,” he said. “And I only wish to protect it, because it means something to them like it means something to me.”

HOMETOWN
Hanford, CA
GENRE
Rock
BORN
January 22, 1949

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