Journeyis still filling arenas as this remarkable band has done for more than four decades. Generations
of fans have sung along to Journey'sstring of smash hits like "Open Arms," "Don't Stop Believin'" and "Separate Ways.'"And
these days, their presence on the road is as strong as ever!
Don't miss out on your chance to see one of the most legendary
rock bands in music history! Journey is set to hit the stages of venues like Austin360 Amphitheater in Austin, Texas; Colonial
Life Arena in Columbia, South Carolina; Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, Florida; MidFlorida Credit Union
Amphitheatre at the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa, Florida; and Cruzan Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Journey's roots date back to the early 70s when the original lineup was comprised of Neal
Schon (guitarist); Prairie Prince (drummer); George Tickner (guitarist); and Ross Valory (bassist). Gregg Rolie also was enlisted
as a singer and keyboardist. This lineup was responsible for Journey, which dropped in 1975 and served as the first of three
jazz-rock albums. Two years later, the bandmates agreed they needed a strong singer at the helm. That's when Steve Perry joined
the fold. Infinity arrived in 1978 and hit the million mark for album sales within its first year of release. Atthis time,
the band was still experiencing growing pains with Tickner exiting after the first year. Aynsley Dunbar took his place but
was then replaced himself by Steve Smith. In 1979, Evolution came out followed by Departure, which saw the departure of Rolie.
Steve Smith filled his shoes. Journey issued their first live album, Captured, in 1981. But it was their album, Escape, that
really set the band's reputation ablaze. The album yielded three Top 10 monster hit tracks, including "Don't Stop Believin'",
"Open Arms" and "Who's Crying Now." The album exploded on the charts, selling millions of copies along the way. In 1983, Frontiers
landed, highlighting the single "Separate Ways," which proved to be a success as well. Perry then went out on his own for
Street Talk (1984). When Journey picked up where they left off to work on a new release, this time Smith and Valory left the
band. 1986's Raised on Radio was created by Cain, Perry and Schon. They included other musicians for their nationwide tour.
Following the tour, Journey called it a day. Perry faded into the sunset while Cain and Schon established Bad English along
with John Waite. Perry returned to the public eye in 1994 when he issued For the Love of Strange Medicine. Two years later,
Cain, Schon, Smith, Valory and Perry got back together for Trial by Fire, which included "When You Love a Woman." They also
embarked on a tour. Perry and Smith chose not to continue with a reunion following the tour but Journey soldiered on without
them. Steve Augeri stepped in as the new lead vocalist, and Deen Castronova became the new drummer. The pair made their first
appearance on "Remember Me," a song featured on the soundtrack for Armageddon. In 2001, they gathered again for Arrival, followed
by a supporting tour. Generations came next in 2005. Afterwards, the band commemorated their 30th anniversary with a tour.
In 2008, Journey released Revelation, which also introduced Arnel Pineda as the new singer in the driver's seat. The album
was poweredby the hit, "After All These Years." Their latest effort is Eclipse, which came out in 2011.
Since the 70s, Journey has released three live albums, 59 singles, eight compilation albums and 14 studio albums.
Their studio album discography is comprised of Journey (1975); Look into the Future (1976); Next (1977); Infinity (1978);
Evolution (1979); Departure (1980); Escape (1981); Frontiers (1983); Raised on the Radio (1986); Trial by Fire (1996); Arrival
(2001); Generations (2005); Revelation (2008); and Eclipse (2011).
In 2005, Journey was
recognized with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Journey Concert Experience
Since the early 70s,
Journeyhas been a rock-and-roll force to be reckoned with. Having rode the charts since the band pierced the music scene,
Journeyshows no signs of slowing down. Journeyis a band where the principle constant over the years is an infinite desire
to give their all to their rabid band of fans. If you get the chance, you should make a point of attending a Journeylive show.
Their songs will have you wandering back to those carefree days in the 80swhere smokeyrock ballads and big rock anthems and
even bigger hair dominatedthe decade.Don't miss out on the opportunity to hear tunes like "Separate Ways," "Still They Ride,"
"Anyway You Want It"and more. The memories are guaranteed to overwhelm you with every note!So grab some tickets and your friends,
and head to a Journeyconcert this year. The band has plenty of concert listings to choose from, and you can find them all
right here on StubHub!