Former Journey singer, the legendary Steve Perry, will be attending the band’s induction into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame, and will reportedly take the stage to join the band to sing at least one of the their classic tunes tonight at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York at 7pm.

Sources close to the band say, Journey will play three songs during the ceremony, Lights, Separate Ways, and Don’t Stop Believin. Perry, 68, will sing at least one of those songs and possibly more.

Perry has kept quiet for years since his departure from the band in 1988. He hasn’t even kept his singing up all that often, so now that we hear that he will reunite with his band tonight, this is sure to be a CAN’T miss event! We’ll have more coverage as this develops! Continue reading

JOURNEY Steve Perry, 65, EMERGES FIRST TIME In 25 Years, Sings

Steve Perry - Evolution - 04Steve Perry, iconic and elusive Journey frontman has been MIA since 1995, but that all changed when he walked on stage during the Eels’ concert to sing their 2000 cult hit “It’s a Motherf—er.”

Perry, NOW 65, also sang “Open Arms,” at the 1,000-capacity Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul, Minn.

His voice, instantly recognizable, sounded a bit horse, however surprisingly strong considering his well-publicized health problems.

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