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Topic - Steve Perry
When Steve Perry performed alongside the Eels this week - a first for the reclusive singer in two decades - the band's frontman wasn't even sure it would happen.
Former Journey lead singer Steve Perry may have a message for fans: Don't stop believing - in a possible comeback.
Arnel Pineda says he's been putting together an album of his own compositions in his own voice to release this year, but he quashed rumors that he's gearing up to leave the American rock band Journey.
A new album of recordings by the late soul singer Amy Winehouse will be released in December, Island Records said Monday.
NEW YORK -- The songwriters of Journey's power ballad "Don't Stop Believin' " were "jumping up and down" when they learned a few weeks ago that it had been licensed for use in the final episode of "The Sopranos."
If that happens, he said "I'd be more than happy to give way," saying it would allow him more time with his family.
On rumors of a Journey reunion with Perry, he said he has not heard any talk of that.