One of the great
rock and roll bands of the 70's and 80's, started by former members of Santana, and fronted
(most famously) by Steve Perry.
70's and early 80's were Journey's most successful period, with songs on the charts
such as "Lights," "Any Way You Want It," "Don't Stop
Believin," "Who's Cryin' Now," "Be Good to Yourself," and the standard for power ballads
, "Open Arms."
In the following years, there was turmoil in the band
, from members getting
fired and quitting. The band reunited
briefly in the mid-90's and then continued on without Steve
Perry. A new vocalist
was found in Steve
Augeri, who has an odd resemblance to Steve
Perry, in both looks and in singing. The band
continues to make albums and go on tour.
Last year, Journey got a star on the Hollywood Walk
of Fame, with many
from the past and from now present. "Don't Stop Believin" was featured in an episode of "Family Guy." It was also made the official Chicago White Sox anthem on their way to the World