Journey performed ballads and scorchers with equal skill and passion led by Neal Schon's remarkable guitar and the soaring vocals of Steve Perry. Formed in San Francisco in 1973, the group was initially a combination of ex-Santana members Neal Schon and Gregg Rolie, and ex- Frumious Bandersnatch members. The band was steeped in the psychedelic and jazz fusion sounds of San Francisco and pushed out into the territory of progressive and hard rock with songs like “Of A Lifetime” and “I’m Gonna Leave You.” In 1977 they found Steve Perry – one of the all-time great rock voices. The band was soon performing in sold out stadiums around the world. Their biggest hit, “Don’t Stop Believin” is a song that has gone beyond its own place and time and has become a cultural anthem. The band continues to tour the world with their new lead singer Arnel Pineda, and their classic hits continue to rock the world.
Jane Scott Papers Collection, (undated)
Rock critic for the Plain Dealer, 1952-2002. This collection specifically includes materials related to Journey including photographic and promotional materials.
Michael Ochs Collection, 1970-1986
This collection includes a folder of business papers for Journey from 1977. It also includes a recorded interview with Journey on audiocassette, and an audio recording of Journey's appearance on the radio show "Rockline" in 1986.
Poster, Journey: Departure, 1980
From the Bryan Ehlinger Collection of Posters.
Concert Program, Journey, 1982
Journey concert program from the Churchmouse/Moyssi Concert Program Collection.
Photographs of Journey, 1978-2000
Photographs from the Philadelphia Inquirer Photograph Collection.
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