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  • Q&A: Neal Schon On The ‘Freedom’ Of Journey, His Friendship With Carlos Santana And Much More

    Journey will release Freedom, their first album in 11 years,
    this Friday (July 8). With the 11-year gap between records, the band's
    longest break between albums, and the presence of drummer/producer
    Narada Michael Walden, Freedom, according to guitarist Neal Schon, is a true representation of who Journey is in 2022.

  • Neal Schon on Journey’s New LP ‘Freedom,’ Ambitious 50th Anniversary Plans

    It’s been 11 years since Journey
    released their last studio record, and for a while it was looking like
    they’d never get around to making one. “Nobody was really interested in
    making new music,” Journey founder and guitarist and Neal Schon tells Rolling Stone via
    Zoom from his California home. “It’s very difficult to get new material
    played and to get people familiar with it before you go out and play
    live. Everybody in the band was like, ‘I don’t want to do it.'”



    Neal Schon soloed many times throughout the one-hour-45-minute set, mustering an entertaining mélange of crisp, piercing notes, with blistering bluster and straight-up shredding.

  • Journey's 'Escape' Album Gets Diamond Status In U.S. Ahead Of Anniversary


    Journey's Escape album has been certified diamond by the RIAA for sales in excess of 10 million equivalent units in time for its 40th anniversary tomorrow (July 17).

    Following its initial release in 1981, Escape hit No. 1 on the Billboard 200...

  • JOURNEY Among 'Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve 2022' Performers


    JOURNEY will perform from New York City's Times Square for "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve With Ryan Seacrest 2022". This year marks the 50th anniversary of America's go-to annual New Year's tradition that celebrates the year's very best in music.