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The KILO Vault
After 10 Years Steve Perry Is Back Baby!!

The KILO Vault

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 23:06


After 10 Years As The Front Man Of One Of The Biggest Bands Of It's Time, Steve Perry Decided To Walk Away From Journey And Just Disappear.   10 Years Later Steve Would Return With A New Solo Album And Appear On KILO's Morning Show (version 4.0) With Bob And Steve. No Punches Are Pulled And All Questions Are Answered As To Why He Split With Journey. Resident Journey Fan Shawn Rock Returns With Ross To Host.  

Arroe Collins
Classic Rock Report Carlos Santana April 19 2016

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 1:04


Now that Carlos Santana has reunited the bulk of the original Santana band -- along with Journey guitarist Neal Schon, who was in Santana for their third and fourth albums -- Carlos wants to help Neal and Steve Perry reunite in Journey. Carlos Santana on wanting to help Neal Schon and Journey reunite with Steve Perry. Courtesy of Jim Kerr Rock n Roll Morning Show on WAXQ - Q104.3 in New York "I dream of Neal and I talking to Steve Perry and saying, 'Look man, Moses parted the sea, let's part all that stuff aside and write the new songs.' Because if Santana can do Santana 4, you know, Neal and Steve Perry and whoever wants to join in...you know, because it's 2016. Time is short. And there's a chemistry between Neal and Steve Perry and also his new singer [Arnel Pineda]. But I love creating a stage where you can't tell one band from the other." And Neal Schon says with Journey and Santana teaming up for three shows this week in New York, Connecticut and Pennsylvania -- in which he played in both bands -- he wanted Santana keyboardist and original Journey member Gregg Rolie to sit in with Journey. Neal Schon on his vision for the Santana-Journey shows this week in the Northeast. Courtesy of the Jim Kerr Rock n Roll Morning Show on WAXQ - Q104.3 in New York "If everybody opened their mind in Journey right now and looked at it more like one big show, okay, that we could put into from all the time frames - where we came from - that's what it was supposed to be. It was supposed to be an evolution in the concept of my mind. And some people, you know, were a little just, 'I don't know if I want,' you know, in my band. And I'm going, 'I don't really think it's your choice.'" Schon adds that he decided to be a gentleman about it, "at least for the first gig." We've learned that it's keyboardist Jonathan Cain, who replaced Rolie in Journey, who was against the idea. Ironically, Rolie recommended Cain to replace him.

Silva and Gold
Episode 266: Eastwood & McIntosh

Silva and Gold

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 119:23


Doctor Zom Returns in November to blather and slather IMDB facts, celebrity dating and Steve Perry!  The post Episode 266: Eastwood & McIntosh appeared first on Silva and Gold.

The Danny Diess Show
New Wave, Metal & Electronica 11/17/22

The Danny Diess Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 99:06


Another vinyl spin for all of you out there. I'm having a great time playing strictly vinyl sets again.... and really having a blast sharing it with all of you out there XOXOX. This one features artist blocks of Peter Murphy, Kraftwerk, and Judas Priest. Also Dance and 12 inch Vinyl Remixes by Latour, Kode 4, and Howard Jones. Recorded at The She Shack Studio 11/15-16-2022.© Copyright Danny Diess.

TJ Trout
Do you pick your nose?

TJ Trout

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 32:35


TJ talks about a study related to picking your nose and dementia, also he talks about weird shoes for horses, and his Geezer Rock Moment, a collaboration with Dolly Parton and Steve Perry, on News Radio KKOBSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Tony & Dwight
The King's Quirks. Catalytic Converters & Bed Bugs. Sammy & Stuffing. Tiny Pony & Steve Perry.

Tony & Dwight

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 31:51


The Danny Diess Show
Album Spotlight - Stranger Things 4 (Season Four Complete Soundtrack)

The Danny Diess Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 83:28


Get ready for an awesome ride with host Danny Diess as he presents Stranger Things and the season 4 soundtrack on double vinyl.. If your a fan of his Post Punk New Wave Show you will love this extra bonus episode. Featuring music by Falco, Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong, Metallica, Starpoint, Musical Youth, Kate Bush, Talking Heads, The Beach Boys, Journey, Dead Or Alive, Ricky Nelson, Siouxsie & The Banshees, Rick Derringer, and more. Published on November 7th 2022.© Copyright Danny Diess

Small Town News
Del Mar, CA - Ugly Fish Learn Better with Pain

Small Town News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 55:28


Welcome to Del Mar, California! Del Mar is located in Southern California on the Pacific Ocean and was established as a seaside resort in 1885.  The town's name was inspired by the Bayard Taylor poem "The Fight of Paso Del Mar." Located 20 miles from San Diego, the town was a popular retreat for movie stars during Hollywood's golden era.  The town is home to the Del Mar Racetrack. Built by the Thoroughbred Club in 1938, the track hosts thoroughbred horse races as well as the San Diego County Fair.   Given it's popularity and proximity to San Diego, the town has been called home by a long list of notables including Desi Arnaz, Burt Bacharach, Drew Brees, Tony Hawk, Steve Perry, and Willie Shoemaker.  We hope you enjoy our visit to Del Mar!

The Business Side of Music
#239 - Vail Johnson's Fun With Fusion

The Business Side of Music

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 50:09


Why would Arsenio Hall, Herbie Hancock, Keb' Mo',  Kenny G and countless celebrities at the pinnacle of their careers choose to share the limelight with one musician?  Vail Johnson is a talent unbounded by musical genres; an artist who succeeded as a top LA Studio Musician, Internationally Acclaimed Bass Player, Jazz Musician, Band Leader and Solo Performer. Vail's music appears in film, TV, on radio and in 6 CD's that exhibit the depth of his experience. Compositions range from improvisational jazz created with free-form musicians to projects drawing solely upon Vail's schizophrenic talents as writer, singer, virtuoso and producer. Transcendent in his music is an unequaled voice expressed with 4 strings. You hear melodic tones of Spanish guitar, bluesy finger-picking and monster slapping. You feel samba, funk, blues and rock. Vail's live performance on bass became something extraordinary, by playing constantly as a member of as many as 10 bands at any given time. From a family history exuberant with Metropolitan Opera singers, Symphony players, Broadway musical producers, grandma ‘Iny' playing the mighty Wurlitzer in silent film movie theaters and wildly colorful performers (Magicians, Traveling Minstrels, and Carnival Folk), Vail was destined to emerge as a multi-talented artist and multi-layered performer with a singular voice.   Like his kaleidoscopic roots, Vail's multi-faceted talents mirror a childhood immersed in the expression of Classical, Choral, Gospel, Bluegrass, Dixieland and Top 40 music by mentors with creative genius. He merged talents of Manhattan School of Music Scholar and noted Percussionist; Banjo-picking Night Club Owner; Vocal Master (Doctorate Choral Arrangement), Award-Winning Conductor and more as the youngest of 7 brothers.  Each one mastered 4-part harmonies in choir and live performance playing in a popular Seattle Dixieland band and touring internationally through Asia entertaining troops on Air Force Bases with Top 40 music. Vail added Jazz to this medley with jazz studies at UW.  Moving to LA, Vail formed his own jazz bands, played with renowned Latin and Fusion Jazz artists and toured internationally playing every major Jazz Festival around the world. Throw this mix into a blender and what do you get? Vail electrifies audiences with virtuosity, passion and humor in 40 Years Around the World, a continuously evolving production of music and stories from world-wide performances and recording studios as a solo artist and with luminaries such as Kenny G, Herbie Hancock, Stevie Nicks, Keb' Mo', George Benson, Michael Bolton, James Ingram, Gil Scott Heron, Paula Abdul, MC Hammer, Steve Perry, Arsenio Hall, Patti Austen, Peabo Bryson, Christopher Cross, T. Graham Brown and David Cassidy as well as lesser known but highly respected artists Eric Marienthal and Frank Gambale (both members of the Chick Corea Electrik Band), Leslie Hunt, Warren Hill, Young MC, Edgar Winter, Freddie Ravel, Carmine Appice, etc., etc., etc.   Visit www.vailjohnson.com The Business Side of Music ™ © 2022 Lotta Dogs Productions LLC Showrunner and Executive Producer Emeritus: Tom Sabella Producer and Host (the guy who has a face for podcasting): Bob Bender Management Representation: Chuck Thompson for Thompson Entertainment Group, LLC Co-Producer - Audio/Video Editor (the man behind the curtain): Mark Sabella Director of Video and Continuity (the brains of the entire operation): Deborah Halle Marketing and Social Media (all knowing): Sarah Fleshner for 362 Entertainment All Around Problem Solver (and Mental Health Therapist for us): Connie Ribas Recorded inside what could be an old beat up Airstream Trailer located somewhere on what's left of Music Row in Nashville TN (Man I sure do miss Noshville, and the Longhorn Steakhouse) Mixed and Mastered at Music Dog Studios in Nashville, TN Editing and Post at Midnight Express Studio located in Olian, NY Production Sound Design: Keith Stark Voice Over and Promo: Lisa Fuson Special Thanks to the creator and founder of the podcast, Tom Sabella, along with Traci Snow for producing and hosting over 100 episodes of the original "Business Side of Music" podcast and trusting us to carry on their legacy. Website: If you would like to be a guest on the show, please submit a request to: musicpodcast@mail.com If you're interested in becoming a sponsor for the show, let us know and we'll send you a media / sponsorship kit to you. Contact us at musicpodcast@mail.com The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed on this show provided by the guest(s), are those of the guest(s) own, and do not necessarily represent the views, thoughts, and opinions of the host or producers of this podcast. The material and information presented here is for general information purposes only. The Business Side of Music's name and all forms and abbreviations are the property of its owner (Lotta Dogs Productions LLC), and its use does not imply endorsement of or opposition to any specific organization, product, or service.

The Mistress Carrie Podcast
The Mistress Carrie 'Sit Rep' 10-31-2022

The Mistress Carrie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 5:03


This is the Mistress Carrie Situation Report! The 'Sit Rep' your daily Entertainment headlines, Industry Info, and everything ROCK, all in under 5 minutes! 10-31-2022. The Mistress Carrie Podcast, a proud member of the Pantheon Podcast Network!  Jerry Lee LewisDH PeligroNightwishKirk HammettRob ZombieNikki SixxIggy PopSteve PerryAvatarSnoopThe CultNew films in theaters this weekNew Releases This Week Hard Rock and Metal ReleasesFind Mistress Carrie online:Official WebsiteThe Mistress Carrie Backstage Pass on PatreonTwitterFacebookInstagramYouTubeCameoPantheon Podcast Network

Biblioteca Del Metal
Journey - (No Dejes De Creer En El Rock)

Biblioteca Del Metal

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 111:06


Colabora Con Biblioteca Del Metal: En Twitter - https://twitter.com/Anarkometal72 Y Donanos Unas Propinas En BAT. Para Seguir Con El Proyecto De la Biblioteca Mas Grande Del Metal. Muchisimas Gracias. La Tienda De Biblioteca Del Metal: Encontraras, Ropa, Accesorios,Decoracion, Ect... Todo Relacionado Al Podcats Biblioteca Del Metal Y Al Mundo Del Heavy Metal. Descubrela!!!!!! Ideal Para Llevarte O Regalar Productos Del Podcats De Ivoox. (Por Tiempo Limitado) https://teespring.com/es/stores/biblioteca-del-metal-1 Journey es una banda de rock creada en 1973 en San Francisco, Estados Unidos, por el teclista Gregg Rolie y el guitarrista Neal Schon, integrantes originales de Santana. De estilo rock progresivo en sus inicios, fue cambiando a un estilo más melódico con la incorporación del vocalista Steve Perry en 1978, quien con su voz convirtió a la banda en una de las más destacadas de los años 1980, con ventas de más de 75 millones de discos en todo el mundo convirtiéndolos en uno de los artistas más exitosos de todos los tiempos​ Journey alcanzó la cima del éxito en 1981 con el álbum Escape, que contenía canciones como «Open Arms», «Who's Crying Now» y «Don't Stop Believin'». Durante ese período, la banda lanzó una serie de canciones de éxito, incluyendo «Don't Stop Believin'» de 1981, el más vendido en la historia de iTunes​​​ Las raíces de Journey se encuentran en San Francisco, donde en 1971 el representante de Carlos Santana, Walter Herbie Herbert, decidió organizar una banda de músicos, originalmente llamada The Golden Gate Rhythm Section. Insatisfecho con la dirección musical que buscaba Santana, el teclista/vocalista Gregg Rolie y el guitarrista Neal Schon dejaron la banda en 1972. Prairie Prince de The Tubes, el bajista Ross Valory de Frumious Bandersnatch, y el guitarrista rítmico George Tickner fueron añadidos al nuevo proyecto. Tras un infructuoso concurso radial que buscaba un nombre para el grupo, Jack Villanueva​ sugirió el nombre "Journey.".​ La primera aparición pública del grupo fue en Winterland en la víspera de año nuevo en 1973. Al día siguiente volaron a Hawái a tocar en el Crater Festival. A comienzos de 1973, Prairie Prince se reunió con su antiguo grupo, The Tubes, así que Herbert trajo a Aynsley Dunbar, un baterista que había tocado con John Lennon, Frank Zappa, John Mayall, Jeff Beck, Bonzo Dog Band, Mothers of Invention, Lou Reed, y David Bowie. El 5 de febrero de 1974, la nueva conformación del grupo debutó en el Great American Music Hall, asegurando un contrato con Columbia Records. Journey lanzó su álbum homónimo en 1975. Ese mismo año Journey invitó a Albert King a uno de sus conciertos. El disco mostraba el considerable talento de la banda para la música jazz-fusión y el rock progresivo. El guitarrista rítmico Tickner dejó la banda poco antes de la grabación del segundo álbum del grupo, Look into the Future (1976), el cual le bajó el tono al sonido progresivo del primer disco, pero retuvo su base de jazz-fusión. El siguiente disco, Next, intentó reducir la duración de sus canciones para apelar a una mayor audiencia, e incluyó a Neal Schon cantando varias de las canciones, pero aun así, el éxito comercial seguía eludiéndoles. Con las ventas mediocres de Next el grupo fue presionado por el estudio para cambiar de dirección y buscar un nuevo cantante. Como resultado, Journey trajo a Robert Fleischman. Nativo del sur de California, Fleischman había estado tocando con un grupo de Chicago cuando su representante, Barry Fey, lo trajo a Denver en 1977 para una entrevista con ejecutivos de un estudio. "Estaba nevando mucho y no sabíamos si los ejecutivos iban a lograr llegar a la reunión, pero luego aparecieron muchas personas de la Costa Oeste y de la Costa Este" recuerda Fleischman.​​ Él fue "descubierto" por un ejecutivo de la CBS en dicha reunión, y un par de semanas después, fue enviado a San Francisco para una audición con Journey. A Fleischman le fue notificado que la banda buscaba un estilo más popular, similar al de Foreigner o Boston, por lo que Fleischman supo que su vocalización inspirada por Robert Plant de Led Zeppelin sería un extra. Sin embargo, la potencia de la banda a la que él se intentaba unir, lo impresionó. En su primera sesión de estudio juntos, Fleishman señala, "Era como... tener fuegos artificiales en la bolsa de atrás. Ellos llevaban tanto tiempo tocando juntos, y lo hacían tan bien, que era grandioso tocar con gente así".​ Dichas sesiones produjeron el tema "For You," que luego aparecería en Time, y "Wheel in the Sky," que luego fue re-editada sin Fleischman para el disco Infinity. Fleischman salió de gira con la banda a inicios del año siguiente, pero su lugar en el grupo tenía las horas contadas. Mantuvo a su propio representante, Barry Fey, lo cual demostró ser una constante confrontación con el representante de Journey, Herbie Herbert. Adicionalmente, Herbert parecía no estar dispuesto a dejar que la nueva dirección de la banda saliera a relucir de inmediato, lo cual terminó en situaciones como que Fleischman tenía que agitar una pandereta mientras el resto del grupo seguía tocando sus canciones antiguas para su grupo de seguidores jazz-fusión. Fleischman también chocó con otros miembros del grupo debido a que, aparentemente, no era un escritor de canciones muy productivo.​ El representante Herbie Herbert había oído mencionar al cantante Steve Perry, quien había pasado recientemente por la ruptura de su grupo Alien Project. Tras oír una demo de Perry (que Jack Villanueva le había hecho llegar), Herbie supo que había que hacer un cambio. Tras un interesante entretiempo durante el que Perry fue presentado a la banda (se le dijo a Fleischman que Perry era el primo portugués de Villanueva), Fleischman fue despedido. Perry hizo su debut público con Journey en el Old Waldorf en San Francisco, el 28 de octubre de 1977. Perry conoció a Schon, y la pareja rápidamente escribió su primera canción, "Patiently", que aparecería en el disco Infinity de 1978. Perry aportó su voz de contratenor, limpia y poderosa, a canciones como "Lights," "Wheel in the Sky," y "Anytime." Además, el productor de Queen, Roy Thomas Baker (originalmente traído por Fleischman) ayudó a darle más capas al sonido de la banda. Los cambios funcionaron, y Journey saltó al estrellato. Infinity llegó al puesto Nº 21 en ventas de discos y le dio a Journey su primer disco de platino. Sin embargo, no todos los miembros del grupo estaban felices con la nueva dirección musical. En septiembre de 1978, el baterista Aynsley Dunbar fue despedido y reemplazado por Steve Smith,​​ quien había estudiado jazz en la prestigiosa escuela Berklee en Boston, Massachusetts. El siguiente álbum de la banda, Evolution produjo el primer sencillo Top 20 de Journey, "Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin.'" El álbum Departure (1980) extendió el ascenso del grupo, llegando al n.º 8 en ventas de discos. «Any Way You Want It» fue un éxito Top 25 con amplia difusión en la radio. Luego, Journey fue a Japón a grabar la banda sonora de la película Dream After Dream, a petición del director de dicho filme. En este punto, los conciertos en vivo eran llenados por fanáticos que favorecían la nueva dirección musical del grupo, con algunos celebrando a Perry como alguna vez se hizo con Elvis Presley (sin embargo, el grupo tocaba sus viejas canciones durante los descansos de Perry tras bambalinas). Journey estaba destinado al éxito en gran escala, y a inicios de 1981 lanzó un disco en vivo llamado Captured, grabado durante los conciertos de la gira Departure en 1980. Las primeras 5 canciones del disco fueron del concierto del 8 de agosto en el Fórum de Montreal (Quebec). Otras 2 fueron de conciertos en Tokio y el resto del Cobo Hall en Detroit. Exhausto de tanto salir de gira, Rolie dejó el grupo, siendo esta la segunda vez que abandonaba una banda exitosa en su carrera.​ Recomendó a Jonathan Cain de The Babys para que lo reemplazara.​ Como si pudiera predecir el ambiente musical de los 1980s, Cain favoreció el uso del sintetizador por encima del órgano Hammond de Rolie. El grupo sabía que se les estaba uniendo un gran teclista, pero ignoraban lo poderoso de las habilidades de Cain para escribir canciones. En 1981, el séptimo disco de estudio de Journey, Escape llegó al n.º 1 de las listas, y finalmente se convirtió en su disco más vendido y popular, siendo 9 veces disco de platino. Los sencillos «Who's Crying Now», «Don't Stop Believin'» y «Open Arms» llegaron al Top 10. El trabajado sonido de la banda, encabezada por el distintivo sonido (y pronto, ampliamente imitado) de Steve Perry, se convirtió en una presencia popular en la radio. El canal MTV grabó uno de sus dos conciertos a sala llena en Houston, Texas, el 6 de noviembre de 1981 en frente de más de 20.000 aficionados.​ En particular, «Don't Stop Believin'» mostraba lo bien logrado del rango de contratenor de Perry en conjunto con el piano de Cain y la dinámica guitarra de Schon. «Open Arms», que estuvo 6 semanas en el n.º 2 en las listas de popularidad, ayudaron a establecer a Journey como el estándar del rock de los años ochenta. Tal éxito le valió poco a Journey con los críticos de música. La Rolling Stone Record Guide de 1983 le dio a cada uno de sus discos solo una estrella, y el crítico Dave Marsh escribió que «Journey era un callejón sin salida para el rock de San Francisco... excesiva trivialidad... banalidad... una explotación de un acto cínico». Marsh luego añadió Escape como uno de los peores discos en llegar al n.º 1 en la historia. Con justicia o no, los críticos a menudo categorizaban a Journey con otros actos de rock corporativo como Foreigner, Asia y Survivor. Journey también fue uno de los primeros grupos en ser patrocinado por una empresa grande, Budweiser, al cual mencionaban en las portadas de sus discos. Esto contribuyó a su imagen negativa de rock corporativo, o más precisamente, rock patrocinado por empresas. El representante Herbie Herbert, sin embargo, comentó al respecto que «se debe sembrar mientras dure la primavera»[11] La banda claramente había cortado con sus raíces hippies de Haight-Ashbury. En 1982, la banda aportó la canción «Only Solutions» a la película Tron de Disney. Casualmente, ese mismo año Journey se volvió el primer grupo en inspirar un videojuego: el arcade Journey por Bally/Midway, y Journey Escape de Data Age, para el Atari 2600. El próximo disco de Journey, Frontiers (1983), continuó su éxito comercial. Llegó al n.º 2 de ventas, y produjo 4 sencillos exitosos, de los cuales «Faithfully» y «Separate Ways» llegaron a n.º 12 y 8, respectivamente. La presencia de Cain continuó siendo fuerte en este disco, tanto por ser cantautor (él solo escribió «Faithfully») como por su uso de sintetizadores. Había llegado la era de MTV, y la popularidad de Journey se incrementó por un vídeo musical de corte documental acerca de «Faithfully», que mostraba a varios miembros del grupo con sus familias de gira, y que ayudó a que la canción se ganara un lugar, junto con «Turn the Page» de Bob Seger y «The Load's Out» de Jackson Browne, como una canción favorita para conciertos. Las escenas del documental fueron rodadas en Estadio JFK en Filadelfia, Pensilvania, con más de 80.000 aficionados presentes.​ Poco tiempo después, la banda recibió una petición de un joven moribundo de 16 años llamado Kenny Sykaluk, quien luchaba contra la fibrosis quística. Kenny quería conocer a la banda. Journey honró el deseo de Kenny, y no sólo lo visitaron en su cama, sino que le obsequiaron un walkman con su último sencillo, «Only the Young». Kenny murió en menos de un día después. En el episodio de Behind the Music de Journey, Jonathan Cain lloró al recordar la visita a Kenny, mientras que Neal Schon dijo que dicha visita «cambió mi forma de ver la vida». El cantante Steve Perry recibió mucho del crédito por el éxito de Journey. En 1984, lanzó un disco como solista, Street Talk, el cual tuvo éxito y lanzó un sencillo popular, cuyo vídeo fue emitido en MTV, llamado «Oh Sherrie». Perry también grabó Don't Fight It (1982), con Kenny Loggins. El guitarrista Neal Schon produjo dos discos con Jan Hammer en 1981 y 1983, y en 1985 fue parte del proyecto Hagar Schon Aaronson Shrieve (junto a Sammy Hagar, Kenny Aaronson y Michael Shrieve). Tras el lanzamiento de su disco en solitario, Perry tomó el control de la dirección musical en estudio de la banda. Para decepción del representante Herbie Herbert, el bajista Ross Valory y el baterista Steve Smith fueron despedidos de la banda por diferencias musicales y profesionales, y en 1986 Journey lanzó su álbum Raised on Radio como un trío Perry, Schon, y Cain. Varios músicos de estudio llenaron las dos vacantes, entre ellos el ahora jurado de American Idol, Randy Jackson y el establecido músico de estudio Larrie Londin. La producción se detuvo constantemente, debido a la decadente salud de la madre de Perry, Mary Pereira. Al final, el álbum vendió dos millones de copias. Una truncada gira le siguió, presentando a Jackson en el bajo y a Mike Baird en la batería. Luego, Perry, exhausto de tantas giras, sufriendo por la reciente muerte de su madre (con quien tuvo una relación muy cercana) y el colapso de su relación de 6 años con Sherrie Swafford, dejó Journey en 1987, terminando el recorrido de la banda en la cima. A pesar de trabajar en un proyecto en solitario en 1989 titulado Against The Wall, el cual finalmente fue desechado, Steve Perry abandonó la industria musical por varios años antes de grabar «For the Love of Strange Medicine» en 1994 y lanzar un compilado de grandes éxitos en 1998. Neal Schon y Jonathan Cain hicieron equipo con los ex-Babys (la antigua banda de Cain), John Waite y Ricky Phillips, formando Bad English con el baterista Deen Castronovo en 1988. Además, cada uno grabó discos en solitario. Luego, Schon y Castronovo se unieron al grupo del cuñado de Schon, Hardline. Steve Smith se metió de lleno en su proyecto de jazz, Vital Information, el cual eventualmente llegó a desarrollar un grupo de fanáticos de tamaño respetable. En 1991, Ross Valory, Steve Smith, y Greg Rolie se unieron a The Storm con el cantante Kevin Chalfant y el guitarrista Josh Ramos. De 1987 a 1995, Journey observó cómo crecía la venta de sus discos. Lanzaron tres recopilatorios, los cuales lograron excelentes ventas. En 1993, Kevin Chalfant (de The Storm) tocó con los miembros de Journey en algunos conciertos, y Schon, Cain, Valory, Smith y Rolie consideraron brevemente una reunión bajo el nombre de Journey con Chalfant como cantante, pero al final tal proyecto no fructificó. Ese año, Steve Perry propuso volver a la banda bajo la condición de que se cambiara de representante. Herbie Herbert fue despedido y se eligió a Irving Azoff, y en 1995 Perry volvió una vez más a Journey. En 1995, la formación que tenía Journey en 1981 volvió a juntarse. Perry, Schon, Smith, Cain, y Valory volvieron al estudio y produjeron el famoso disco Trial by Fire en 1996, que incluye los éxitos «When You Love a Woman» y «Message of Love», nominado a un Grammy. Tras el éxito de Trial by Fire, los miembros de Journey se prepararon para una gira prometedora. La sensación causada en los medios y la emoción alrededor de volver a ver a la banda de gira fueron intensas, pero todo esto llegó a un abrupto final cuando Perry se lastimó la cadera en una caminata en Háwai. Perry probablemente iba a necesitar un reemplazo de cadera. A pesar de esto, le fue difícil tomar una decisión respecto a su estado de salud (pues le era imposible presentarse en el escenario sin someterse a dicha cirugía), pero en 1998 la banda lo presionó para que tomara una decisión. Cuando Perry rehusó a operarse, Cain y Schon decidieron continuar la banda sin él. El baterista Steve Smith decidió dejar la banda en esa misma época, para volver a Vital Information. En febrero de 2001, la banda participó en un episodio de Behind the Music en VH1, pero algunos comentarios hechos durante la grabación del programa contribuyeron a calentar los ánimos entre Perry y el resto de la banda. Ese mismo año, Herbie Herbert ofreció una entrevista en la que él daba su propia opinión acerca de la historia del grupo.[12] Luego, en 2003, Robert Fleischman comentó su propia participación en el grupo.[13] En 1998 Journey se vio buscando baterista y cantante. La plaza de baterista fue llenada por Deen Castronovo, compañero de Schon y Cain en Bad English, y que entonces tocaba con Hardline. El nuevo cantante fue Steve Augeri, anteriormente de Tyketto y Tall Stories. Augeri había abandonado el negocio de la música y trabajaba como gerente en una tienda de The Gap en Nueva York. Augeri recibió una llamada telefónica de Schon, quien había escuchado su demo. Schon lo invitó a audicionar para la banda y, a pesar de no haber cantado mucho en tiempos recientes, impresionó a los miembros de Journey lo suficiente como para obtener el trabajo. El parecido de Augeri con Perry, tanto visual, vocal, y hasta en su nombre, causó cierto revuelo entre los fanáticos más antiguos, ayudado por la popularidad de internet y sus foros. Algunos fanes rechazaron a un Journey sin Steve Perry. Otros se volvieron verdaderos fanes de Steve Augeri, culpando a Perry por la decaída popularidad de la banda. Pero la mayoría de los fanáticos dudaron del cambio y (tras oírlo en vivo o en disco) aceptaron a Steve Augeri. Además de su talento, esto tenía mucho que ver con la personalidad del nuevo cantante: era extremadamente amable y simpático con cada nuevo fanático que conocía. La nueva formación de Journey rápidamente volvió a trabajar, grabando una canción para la película Armageddon llamada «Remember Me». En 2001, lanzaron su siguiente disco de estudio, Arrival. El disco originalmente fue publicado en Japón a finales de 2000, pero debido a que algunas de las canciones del disco se filtraron y terminaron en internet con comentarios mayormente negativos de los fanes por su sonido de balada, Journey decidió demorar un poco el lanzamiento de dicho disco en Estados Unidos y añadir dos canciones más pesadas para la versión estadounidense. «All the Way», de dicho disco, se convirtió en un éxito menor. En 2003, la banda lanzó un CD con cuatro canciones titulado Red 13, cuyo diseño de portada fue escogido en un concurso de fanes. En 2005, la banda se embarcó en su gira de 30 aniversario, regalando copias promocionales de su último lanzamiento de estudio, Generations para ganadores seleccionados en cada concierto. Tales conciertos, que duraban tres horas, eran divididos en dos partes: la primera con material de la época de su mayor fama (algunas de esas canciones, tocadas en vivo por primera vez en décadas), mientras que la segunda parte comprendía Escape y otros. La reputación de Journey ante la crítica no mejoró al cabo del tiempo: la edición de 2004 del Rolling Stone Album Guide llama a Journey el «acto de karaoke perfecto», y no le da más de dos estrellas y media (de cinco posibles) a ninguno de sus discos. Varias bandas tributo de Journey se han formado por todo Estados Unidos, con distintos grados de éxito (usualmente en escala local), y el cantante Kevin Chalfant de The Storm ocasionalmente se juntaba con The Gregg Rolie Band para tocar algunos éxitos de Journey de la época 1978-1980. Aunque ha sido criticado como un grupo de orden corporativo, Journey ha retenido una masa de fanes fiel a lo largo de su carrera; su música aparece en programas de TV y películas. La radio a menudo toca sus éxitos, exponiendo su música a nuevas generaciones de oyentes. Journey ganó nuevas atenciones en la década del 2000, debido a que Randy Jackson, tras su participación con Journey, se convirtió en un ejecutivo musical muy exitoso, y luego en juez de American Idol. Vídeos de Jackson con la banda se han mostrado en el programa, y varios de los participantes han intentado cantar canciones de Journey. Los más recordados han sido Clay Aiken cantando «Open Arms» en una semifinal (y luego a dúo con Kelly Clarkson en una gira de conciertos), y Elliott Yamin, también con dicha canción, en la semifinal de 2006. Judy Torres lanzó una versión del sencillo «Faithfully» en 2005. La canción «Don't Stop Believin'» se convirtió en un himno de batalla de la Serie Mundial de 2004, donde los campeones Medias Rojas de Boston ganaron la serie tras ir abajo 3 juegos a 0 contra los Yankees en la serie de división de la Liga Americana y también en 2005, donde en el desfile de la victoria de los Chicago White Sox, Steve Perry fue invitado para que cantara con miembros del equipo. El 6 de febrero de 2005 «Don't Stop Believin'» salió en un anuncio de FedEx, en el que salía Burt Reynolds y que fue programado durante el Super Bowl XXXIX. En diciembre de 2005, «Don't Stop Believin'» llegó al n.º 13 en la lista Hot Digital Songs, y fue nominada para dos categorías en unos premios de VH1. En julio de 2007, la canción apareció en la escena final de la serie de HBO The Sopranos. Petra Haden lanzó un cover de la canción en septiembre de 2007. En 2003, Journey fue admitido al Salón de la Fama de la Música de San Francisco. A la ceremonia asistieron Gregg Rolie, Jonathan Cain, Steve Smith, Ross Valory, Neal Schon, Aynsley Dunbar, Deen Castronovo, y Steve Augeri. Dos años más tarde, el 21 de enero de 2005, Journey recibió una estrella en el Paseo de la Fama de Hollywood, y Steve Perry apareció de sorpresa en la ceremonia. Las relaciones con el resto del grupo mejoraron, pero Perry dijo que no había posibilidad de una reunión con su antigua banda en el futuro cercano. Diez miembros de Journey se juntaron ese día: Perry, Augeri, Cain, Castronovo, Dunbar, Fleischman, Schon, Smith, George Tickner, y Valory. En 2009, la serie Glee, del canal Fox, hace varias referencias a Journey en diferentes capítulos de la primera temporada, siendo Don't Stop Believin' la canción principal del primer capítulo de la serie. En la temporada final, se realiza un «Journey Medley». En julio de 2006, Steve Augeri comenzó a experimentar problemas con su voz y fue obligado a renunciar. Anunció que dejaría la banda por un tiempo debido a una infección en la garganta que requería que dejara descansar a sus cuerdas vocales.  La banda trajo a Jeff Scott Soto para sustituirlo. Además, Deen Castronovo, quien llevaba tiempo cantando los coros e incluso sustituyendo a Augeri como cantante, cantó en power ballads como «Faithfully» y «Open Arms». El 19 de diciembre de 2006 la banda emitió un comunicado en su página oficial, donde nombraban a Soto como vocalista permanente.​ Sin embargo, el 12 de junio de 2007, Journey anunció la salida de Soto.​ El breve periodo de Jeff Scott Soto como vocalista se parece al igualmente breve periodo de Robert Fleischman en la misma posición en 1977, de la cual salió la decisión de contratar a Steve Perry. Los fanes especulan​ que la banda persigue la misma cadena de sucesos que hace 30 años les dio resultado. En septiembre de 2007, empezaron a circular fotos del poco conocido cantante Arnel Pineda con Journey. En el sitio oficial de Journey se da el comunicado oficial que Arnel Pineda será el nuevo vocalista oficial. Pineda tocaba con el grupo The Zoo​ el cual se dedicaba a tocar versiones de varias bandas. Neal Schon lo encontró por YouTube. Se contactó con él y luego de una soberbia audición fue incorporado a la banda. Su primera presentación oficial con Journey se realizó el 21 de febrero del 2008 en el Festival Internacional de la Canción de Viña del Mar en Chile con una transmisión televisiva en conjunto para 80 países y en vivo por señales locales, de cable y el afamado canal A&E. Pineda derrochó energía y logró cautivar a todo el público con su voz muy parecida a la de Steve Perry y su gran presencia escénica, rejuveneciendo a la banda y dejando en segundo plano su carácter de absoluto novato. Los periódicos y sitios de Internet de foros audiovisuales tipo YouTube se plagaron a los pocos minutos de sendos elogios para el nuevo vocalista y a su vez la prensa especializada nacional como extranjera alabó la presentación del grupo.​ Journey dio luego un concierto en el Estadio San Carlos de Apoquindo de Santiago, Chile, el 23 de febrero del 2008 junto a Peter Frampton y Earth, Wind & Fire, constituyéndose Chile en la única parada que se realizaría en Sudamérica con un gran éxito. Su siguiente álbum, Revelation, debutó en el n.º 5 en las listas de Billboard, vendiendo más de 196.000 unidades en sus dos primeras semanas y manteniéndose en el top 20 durante 6 semanas.​Journey también encontró el éxito en las listas contemporáneas, donde el sencillo «After All These Years» pasó más de 23 semanas alcanzando el número 9.​ Los ingresos procedentes de la gira del 2008 la convirtieron en una de las más taquilleras del año, recaudando más de 35 millones de dólares.​ El 18 de diciembre de 2008, el álbum Revelation fue certificado disco de platino por la RIAA.​​ El segundo álbum de la banda con Pineda, Eclipse, fue lanzado el 24 de mayo de 2011, y debutó en el n.º 13 en el Billboard 200.​ En noviembre de 2011, Journey lanzó su segunda recopilación de grandes éxitos, titulada Journey: Greatest Hits: Volume 2, que incluye canciones escogidas por el exvocalista Steve Perry. Durante la gira del año 2015, el baterista Deen Castronovo fue reemplazado por el músico de sesión Omar Hakim.​ Luego la banda anunció que Steve Smith retornaría nuevamente a ocupar el puesto de baterista en Journey. 25 de Junio 2021 nuevo single de Journey «The Way We Used To Be» es la primera canción que se estrena con la formación actual de Journey, compuesta por el guitarrista Neal Schon, el cantante Arnel Pineda y el teclista Jonathan Cain junto con las últimas incorporaciones: el batería Narada Michael Walden, el bajista Randy Jackson y teclista y cantante Jason Derlatka. A lo largo de diferentes entrevistas, el guitarrista Neal Schon ha dado a entender que esta nueva entrega discográfica está bastante avanzada, y que con suerte verá la luz antes de que termine el presente ejercicio. “Ya tenemos como seis temas rockeros», comentaba Schon en una entrevista con Rock & Review de FOX17 a finales del pasado año, y añadía que publicaran unos tres singles antes de estrenar el álbum completo e iniciar su gira de presentación. 29 de Julio de 2021 Deen Castronovo vuelve a Journey El guitarrista de Journey, Neal Schon, ha confirmado en las redes sociales que el ex baterista Deen Castronovo se ha reincorporado a la banda. Schon confirmó el regreso de Castronovo en una serie de comentarios en Facebook debajo de una historia del San Francisco Chronicle sobre Journey, que compartió el miércoles. Un fan comentó en la publicación, «Entonces, ¿Deen Castronovo está de vuelta en la banda ahora a tiempo completo?» a lo que Schon respondió simplemente, «Sí». Respondiendo a otro fan que imploró a la banda que «traigan de vuelta a Deen de nuevo», escribió Schon, «Deen ha vuelto. Ahora somos dobles (2) bateristas con Narada [Michael Walden, que se unió a la banda en 2020]». Schon no reveló hasta qué punto Castronovo participará en los espectáculos de Journey inmediatos y futuros. El guitarrista insinuó del regreso de Castronovo el martes cuando tuiteó una foto que parecía ser de los ensayos del concierto del viernes por la noche de la banda en el Aragon Ballroom en Chicago, que precede a la actuación del domingo de Journey en Lollapalooza. «Ok … Doble problema Chicago @NaradaMWalden @DeenTheDrummer Narada Michael Walden y el regreso de Deen Castronovo a la batería @AragonBallroom @lollapalooza», subtituló Schon en su publicación.​ Don't stop believin Monster «Any Way You Want It» - Caddyshack (1980)

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A-Sides
Episode 104 - Journey

A-Sides

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 87:34


Steve Perry fronted Journey across multiple decades and released 8 studio albums during his tenure with the band. This newest episode of A-SIDES features returning guest Shane Tassart (of The Hot Summers) giving a singer's perspective on Journey, as well as sharing his discovery of their music, his connections with the band, taking care of your voice, and even shares his fandom of the Halloween film series. You can follow Shane and The Hot Summers through their Facebook page here. Its always a pleasure hearing Shane's perspective on the music industry and we hope you enjoy Episode 104. Thanks for listening!

AOR Diamonds
AOR Diamonds | Episodio 308 - Episodio exclusivo para mecenas

AOR Diamonds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 67:23


Agradece a este podcast tantas horas de entretenimiento y disfruta de episodios exclusivos como éste. ¡Apóyale en iVoox! Programa #1105 | De nuevo en la palestra! Esta semana arrancamos con u Journey y ese nuevo lío sobre los derechos y Steve Perry. Comentamos y obviamente escucharemos música. Hoy también tengo varios estrenos para compartir como el nuevo de Grand, Violett, Lastworld, remaster de Cherry St, Satin, H.E.A.T, etc. Y clásicos, clásicosde Erika, Open Skyz (con un espectacular Hugo a la voz). Además, repaso a dos Álbumes que estos días cumplen 31: 'Waking Up The Neighbours' de Bryan Adams y 'Prisoners in Paradise' de Europe. De cada uno escucharemos algunos temas y os contaré lo que esconden. Non Stop! Programa para subscriptores!Escucha este episodio completo y accede a todo el contenido exclusivo de AOR Diamonds. Descubre antes que nadie los nuevos episodios, y participa en la comunidad exclusiva de oyentes en https://go.ivoox.com/sq/75094

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – September 21, 2022

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 161:02


Mario tells us why he hates Tesla, Donald Trump sued by New York, a dramatic Bachelorette finale, Vic Faust is fired & sorry, #4 for Adam Lavine, Steve Perry v. Journey, Gene Simmons has no friends, cell phones in school, and Drew rages against the studio.Eddie Vedder jammed with Liam & Neil Finn at Bourbon & Beyond. He also spent 60 seconds tuning his guitar to play a 25 second song honoring the Queen.Drew gets angry at the technology of the studio again.Bill Maher will join us tomorrow.Tom Brady broke his promise and appeared at practice today. Gisele was angry Tom went to visit "that other woman" with that "kid he made out with".The Bachelorette wrapped up with the winner cheating on the Bachelorette. The other chick picked a dude who loves wearing blackface. Bachelor alum, Belinda Rygier, nailed 700 dudes. Another alum, DeMario Jackson, is accused of bad moves and two rapes.Mario Zelaya has gone viral after his Tesla Model S battery died. We check in with Mario who is now beefing with the automaker. Check out his TikTok.Vic Faust has now been BLOWN OUT from his news anchoring gig for his rant against a co-worker on his St. Louis radio show. Vic is very, very sorry... as there's a drive into deep left field it'll be a home run for Castellanos.The New York Attorney General is suing Donald Trump and his kids for business fraud.Anybody understand Bitcoin or NFT's yet?Sports: A Cleveland Browns fan is arrested and banned from Browns games for tossing a water bottle at Jimmy Haslam. Aaron Judge hit homer #60. Robert Sarver is selling the Phoenix Suns and Mercury. Tens of people showed up for the Las Vegas WNBA Championship parade. Kyrie Irving declares COVID vaccine mandates the biggest violation of human rights possibly ever. The largest pandemic-related scheme yet. $250M stolen from low-income children.ANOTHER woman comes forward with more flirty texts from Maroon 5's Adam Levine. Emily Ratajkowski has a take no one asked for regarding Adam Levine and all men.Trudi judges 'ass'.OnlyFans is really popular. Even more than Long John Silver's.More Music: Steve Perry vs his band Journey. Gene Simmons has zero friends and wants no friends. KISS songs by lead singer. Bands with multiple lead singers. Ringo Starr: Artist. Robert Pattinson is an art curator now for some reason.Drew is sad there is no new Britney Spears news.A study was done on schools banning call phones and the parents complained while the children thrived. Many more young kids have smart phones than you'd think.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

Brad and John - Mornings on KISM

Steve Perry is suing other members of Journey to stop them from using song titles to sell clothing items...Snoop Dogg had teamed up with Everett's Funko for a clothing line ect...and the crazy history of country star Johnny Paycheck!

Donna & Steve
Wednesday 9/21 Hour 2- College of Pop Culture Knowledge

Donna & Steve

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 39:38


Adam Levine admits to inappropriate texting, Steve Perry suing Journey, COPCK, Meghan Markle asks for one on one meeting with King Charles

The KSHE Tapes
Drummer, Aynsley Dunbar of Journey and Jefferson Starship among others. Episode 198

The KSHE Tapes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 14:47


Episode 198 on the KSHE Tapes features drummer, Aynsley Dunbar. You might be saying, "Who is that?" Well, he drummed for Journey when Steve Perry joined the band, Jefferson Starship and David Bowie among others. In fact, at the time of this interview his lawyers told him not to talk about Journey and he explains why.

Generous Business Owner
Steve Perry: The Intersection of Wealth and Spirituality

Generous Business Owner

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 38:54


In this episode, Jeff and Steve discuss: Being God's ambassador. Reframing your view of wealth and coming to understand the purpose. Being defined by more than how the world sees you. Authentic relationships and safe spaces.   Key Takeaways: What defines you is not your identity, but the love that the God of the universe has for you. Wealth is a gift from God. It is a tool to better progress His work and His mission. It is amazing how much self gets into our best intentions. Make sure you are giving for the right reasons, and for the glory of God, rather than for your own ego. God is not a one-size fits all God. It is individual. Everyone is on their own faith journey.   "Wealth is as much a gift from God and it should be celebrated, not in a boastful way, but with thanksgiving." —  Steve Perry About Steve Perry: Steve Perry is a pastor by trade, having served in 2 congregations for 17 years, the later being the senior for 12 years. In 1975 he married Susie Segerstrom whom he met at Azusa Pacific University. Unbeknownst to him until their engagement Steve discovered that he was marrying into one of Orange County, CA pioneering families. Originally the Segerstrom family set out to be farmers in 1896 but all that would change when a major freeway came through their property and they decided to become developers, with their crown jewel being South Coast Plaza. This new reality of marrying into a wealthy family was not something that Steve was prepared for emotionally, spiritually and theologically. It took 20 years for Steve to finally discover the nexus where faith and wealth can co-exist biblically, joyfully and responsibly.In 1996, Steve co-founded what is now the National Christian Foundation office in California. He and Susie oversee the family foundation, Sacred Harvest. Steve also sits on the Advisory Board for the family business, CJ Segerstrom & Sons. Connect with Steve Perry:   Website: https://sacredharvest.org/     Book: https://sacredharvest.org/#books   Connect with Jeff Thomas: Website: https://www.arkosglobal.com/Book: https://www.arkosglobal.com/trading-upEmail: jeff.thomas@arkosglobal.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/ArkosGlobalAdv Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/arkosglobal/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/arkosglobaladvisorsInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/arkosglobaladvisors/

What the Riff?!?
1983 - April: Zebra “Zebra”

What the Riff?!?

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 44:15


Zebra is one of the great underrated bands of the 80's.  Randy Jackson (lead vocals, guitars, synthesizers, piano), Felix Hanemann (bass, keyboards, backing vocals) and Guy Gelso (percussion, backing vocals) formed Zebra in 1975 in New Orleans before moving to Long Island.  They were originally a cover band, playing rock with a prog rock bent from groups like Led Zeppelin, Yes, and Jethro Tull.  The band took the name Zebra after seeing a Vogue magazine cover featuring a model riding a zebra.  It would be eight years from their founding before this eponymously named album would be their debut.  Zebra the album would become one of the fastest selling debut albums in Atlantic's catalogue, peaking at number 29.  Jackson's high vocals paired with both acoustic and electric guitars, supplemented with synthesizers and special effects would create a commercial success straddling the hard rock and prog rock genres.Unfortunately, their debut album would also be their high water mark.  Zebra would produce a follow-up album which would hit the charts at number 84, then two more which would not chart.  Zebra took a brief hiatus in the early 90's, but the power trio would get back together and are still touring as of this podcast.Rob brings us this album. Who's Behind the DoorThis single hit number 61 on the Billboard Hot 100, and number 10 on the US Rock charts.  The lyrics question death and what may lie beyond.  It starts with an amazing 12-string acoustic riff and ends with an epic space-aged wall of sound.  Jackson's high tenor parts are prominent.When You Get ThereThis deeper cut takes a humorous approach to infidelity and a one-night stand.  “You wake up in the morning and you're not feeling quite the same.  You feel a gentle hand upon you, but you seem to have forgotten her name.”The La-La Song This song goes back many years to their touring days.  It has a distinctive prog rock feel. Tell Me What You WantIn our minds, this opening track from the album is reminiscent of the Alan Parson's Project or Def Leppard.  Its minor key and angst-filled lyrics depict the struggles a boy has with a girl to whom he gives everything and finds it is not enough.  ENTERTAINMENT TRACK:Maniac by Michael Sembello (from the motion picture “Flashdance”)This dance movie starring Jennifer Beals hit the screen in 1983. STAFF PICKS:Never Gonna Let You Go by Sergio Mendes Bruce starts off the staff picks with a ballad that Rick Beato calls "the most complex pop song of all time."  Originally written in 1982 by Cynthia Weil and Barry Mann and recorded by Dionne Warwick, there are 7 key changes by the time the chorus is reached.  Sergio Mendes would take this song to number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100.Separate Ways (Worlds Apart) by Journey  Brian brings us the first single off the "Frontiers" album.  It is a break-up song written by Jonathan Cain and Steve Perry while they were on the road.  It was inspired by band members going through difficult divorces, and was premiered during the "Escape" tour.  The video...well, it leaves something to be desired.Say What You Will  by FastwayWayne rocks out with a one-hit wonder from their debut self-titled album.  Fastway is a heavy metal band from Britain, and band members have connections to Motorhead and UFO.  The name comes from the combination of guitarist "Fast" Eddie Clarke and bassist Pete Way.  Dave King is on lead, and would move on to the Irish band Flogging Molly.True by Spandau BalletRob's staff pick is a staple of the 80's.  PM Dawn sampled this song, and gave the original a second life.  The lyrics were written as a tribute to Marvin Gaye - "Listen to Marvin all night long.  This is the sound of my soul."  This was the 6th biggest selling single of 1983 and Spandau Ballet's biggest hit. COMEDY TRACK:Intro to Monty Python's The Meaning of LifeThe third Monty Python motion picture “The Meaning of Life” is great just because it had something to offend everyone.

Strong Songs
Lofi Beats & The Circle of Fifths

Strong Songs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 53:16 Very Popular


Kirk answers a crop of new listener questions on topics ranging from Steve Perry's vocal technique, Art Garfunkel's guitarmonies,  the Carolina Crown's viral brass section warmup, Ram Jam's chaotic riffs, and how to explain complex music theory concepts to non-musicians.FEATURED/DISCUSSED:“Elbow Grease” by Scott Pemberton from Timber Rock, 2015“A Song for You” by Leon Russell from Leon Russell, 1970"Scissors Cut" by Art Garfunkel from Scissors Cut, 1981“Carolina Crown's Hornline Drops the Hammer in Houston”“Goodbye Yelow Brick Road” by Elton John and Bernie Taupin from Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, 1973"Morning Moon" by Kanisan ft. Wishes and Dreams and “Stargazing” by Kayou via lofi girl on YouTubeSlate's Decoder Ring on “That Seattle Muzak Sound,” by Benjamin Frisch"Black Betty," traditional work song performed by Ram Jam, 1977LearnSomeDrums' lesson on the drum part for Black Betty“Open Arms” by Journey from Escape, 1981"You've Got a Friend" by Carole King from Tapestry, 1971OUTRO SOLOIST: Oren KaunferOren has been playing the harp for 20+ years, sitting in with bands in Brooklyn and Boston. By day he brings his harmonica, guitar, mandolin, percussion, and tons of music into his work as the Spiritual Educator at the Jewish Community Day School in Boston.-----LINKS-----SUPPORT STRONG SONGSPaypalme/kirkhamiltonmusic | Patreon.com/strongsongsMERCH STOREstore.strongsongspodcast.comSOCIAL MEDIA@StrongSongs | @Kirkhamilton | IG: @Kirk_HamiltonNEWSLETTERhttps://kirkhamilton.substack.com/subscribeJOIN THE DISCORDhttps://discord.gg/GCvKqAM8SmTHE STRONG SONGS PLAYLISTSpotify | Apple Music | YouTube Music--------------------AUGUST 2022 WHOLE-NOTE PATRONSMiriam JoyRonjanSEAN D WINNIEDaniel Hannon-BarryRRElliot RosenAshley HoagMark and MichelleDonald MackieMelissa OsborneChristopher MillerJamie WhiteChristopher McConnellDavid MascettiJoshua JarvisNikoJoe LaskaKen HirshJezMelanie AndrichJenness GardnerSimon CammellGuinevere BoostromNarelle HornBill RosingerErinAidan CoughlanJeanneret Manning Family FourDave SharpeSami SamhuriAccessViolationRyan TorvikGlennJim ChokeyAndre BremerMark SchechterDave FloreyAUGUST 2022 HALF-NOTE PATRONSDr Arthur A GrayCarolinaGary PierceMatt BaxterGiantPredatoryMolluskCasey FaubionLuigi BocciaRob AlbrightE Margaret WartonDaniel MosierCharles McGeeCatherine ClauseOwain HuntRenee DowningDrewRohan LatimerKenIsWearingAHatTonyJordan BlockAaron WadeChad HivnerTravis PollardJeff UlmJamieDeebsPortland Eye CareAdam RayAnupama RaghavanDemetri DetsaridisCarrie SchneiderAlenka GrealishAnne GerryRichard SneddonDavid JudsonJulian RoleffJanice BerryDoreen CarlsonDavid McDarbyAbigail DuffieldRaphadavidWendy GilchristLisa TurnerPaul WayperDennis M EdwardsJeffrey FerrisBruno GaetaKenneth JungbenAdam StofskyZak RemerRishi SahayJason ReitmanGreg BurgessAilie FraserVonPaul McGrealKaren ArnoldNATALIE MISTILISJosh SingerPhino DeLeonSchloss Edward J. MDAmy Lynn ThornsenAdam WKelli BrockingtonStephen RawlingsBen MachtaVictoria YuKevin RiversBrad ClarkChristopherMichael J. CunninghamMark Boggsmino caposselaSteve PaquinSarahDavid JoskeEmma SklarBernard KhooRobert HeuerMatthew GoldenDavid NoahGeraldine ButlerRichard CambierMadeleine MaderTimothy DoughertyJason PrattStewart OakAbbie BergSam NortonDoug BelewDermot CrowleyAchint SrivastavaRyan RairighMichael BermanOlivia BishopJohn GisselquistElaine MartinKourothBonnie PrinsenSharon TreeBelinda Mcgrath-steerLiz SegerEoin de BurcaKevin PotterM Shane BordersPete SimmSusan PleinDallas HockleyJason GerryNathan GouwensWill Dwyer Alethea LeeLauren ReayEric PrestemonCookies250Damian BradyAngela LivingstoneJeffyThanadrosDavid FriedmanSarah SulanDiane HughesKenneth TiongJo SutherlandMichael CasnerDerek BenderJen SmallLowell MeyerEtele IllesStephen TsoneffLorenz SchwarzWenJack SjogrenGeoff GoldenRobyn FraserPascal RuegerRandy SouzaJCClare HolbertonDiane TurnerTom ColemanTijs SoeteMark PerryDhu WikMelEric HelmJake RobertsJonathan DanielsSteven MaronMichael FlahertyJarrod SchindlerCaro Fieldmichael bochnerDuncanNaomi WatsonDavid CushmanAlexanderChris KGavin DoigSam FennTanner MortonAJ SchusterJennifer BushDavid StroudAmanda FurlottiAndrew BakerMatt GaskellJules BaileyAndrew FairBill ThorntonBrian AmoebasBrett DouvilleJeffrey OlsonMatt BetzelMuellerNate from KalamazooMelanie StiversRichard TollerAlexander PolsonEarl LozadaJon O'KeefeJustin McElroyArjun SharmaJames JohnsonKevin MorrellKevin PennyfeatherEmily Williams

Place to Be Nation POP
Video Jukebox Song Of The Day #53 - ”Oh Sherrie” By Steve Perry

Place to Be Nation POP

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 8:19


Welcome to PTBN Pop's Video Jukebox Song of The Day! Every weekday will be featuring a live watch of a great and memorable music video. On today's episode, Andy Atherton is watching “Oh Sherrie” by Steve Perry from 1984.   The YouTube link for the video is below so you can watch along!   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-WpsdC2-Cc

Dads From the Crypt: A Tales From The Crypt Podcast

This week we discuss Season 4 episode 12 of Tales From the Crypt: "Werewolf Concerto" Guests: Fun Aunt Alyssa and Bo from the Dark Parade podcast. The episode stars: Timothy Dalton, Dennis Farina, Walter Gotell, Charles Fleischer, Reginald VelJohnson, Lela Rochon & Beverly D'Angelo Directed by: Steve Perry

BLACK LABEL RADIO
They're All Steve Perry

BLACK LABEL RADIO

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 59:35


Football Season Eve, Gentleman's Club Sprints, Brass Section Time of Year, Rainbow Math, Memento Sucked, QB Cattle Call, Black Label Radio Hotspot, Anywhere In The World By Way of Seymour, TX, The Eye Gouge is Back, To Shough or To Smith - That Is The Question, Quotable KLN, Dinosaurs, A Bottle of NIL Rights, Casey's Canoe Carnival, Kirk's NZT Surplus & Casey's Metamucil Deficit, De'Vion Harmon Download, Portal Shopping, Coordinated Basketball Haircuts, RR4L Camp, Cotton King Squat Rack, Mark Adams Comedic Timing, Feminine Oklahoma Drill Outlawed in the Philippines, Smoke 'Em If You Got 'Em Brittany, DCI Biological Scars, A$AP Rocky Can't Dunk, Merchant of Death Highlights

Smiley Morning Show
This Hoosier Janitor Went Viral!

Smiley Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 6:34


The Smiley Morning Show talks Richard about his internet fame! A janitor at an Indiana elementary school has gone viral for his moving performance of the hit Journey song, "Don't Stop Believin'" — and recently grabbed the attention of Steve Perry, a former lead singer of the band and a co-writer of the song.  Richard Goodall, 53, of Terre Haute, Indiana, does custodial work for Davis Park Elementary School.  He's been employed with the Vigo County School Corporation for over 20 years. At the end of the school year, staff and students were celebrating the fifth grade graduation with a talent show.  At the conclusion of the program, the teachers asked Goodall to step up to the mic to sing — a moment that, unbeknownst to Goodall, would wind up spreading joy across the internet.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Steffan Tubbs Show Podcast
Steffan Tubbs Show 8-1-22 Hr1

The Steffan Tubbs Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 44:51


Happy Colorado Day! Birthday 146. We're here because we didn't win Mega Millions. Terrible KY flooding - 35+ dead, hundreds unaccounted for. Woman falls to her death at Mile High - was she intoxicated? Do venues overserve? Basketball legend Bill Russell dead at 88. Star Trek's Nichelle Nichols dead at 89. Journey is our Music Monday - 50th anniversary next year... perhaps a Steve Perry return. President Biden has COVID - again. Money Monday with David Fischer www.landmarkgold.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Achieving Awesomeness Now
Raising The Bar with Steve Perry

Achieving Awesomeness Now

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 48:23


Steve Perry believes that in order to achieve awesomeness now, one must "Raise The Bar." As current President of Salt Lake Board of Realtors and the COO of Presidio Real Estate, Steve has made this phrase his personal slogan. Learn what it means to hold yourself to a higher standard and how doing so will help to make all of the difference in both your business and personal life. This is one episode you don't want to miss! 

Murphy, Sam & Jodi
What should be in an Adulting Class? / What streaming service will not allow you to share passwords soon? / Is Steve Perry coming back to Journey?!

Murphy, Sam & Jodi

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 33:25


What SHOULD be in an Adulting Class? What would you have wanted to learn??What streaming service will not allow you to share passwords soon?In Music News -- is Steve Perry coming back to Journey?!?

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show
8-9am- Vinyl is a Thing & Biden has Covid

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 41:28


Vinyl is still a thing, Harry Styles is number 1 in album sales, Chapel Hart did a take on Dolly Parton's Jolene, Lizzo skipped school to see Destiny's Child when she was a kid, Neal Schon does not rule out a return of Steve Perry to Journey, Biden has Covid-19, people like ice cream, and 1 in 3 people would breakup with someone for a lifetime supply of  Ragù!

Entertainment Tonight
Entertainment Tonight for Tuesday, July 19, 2022

Entertainment Tonight

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 20:14


A deadly shooting on the set of “Law & Order: Organized Crime.” ET has the details on the shocking tragedy. Then, a “Top Gun: Maverick” wedding. And, a surprise star split. Chelsea Handler and Jo Koy's break-up announcement with a pre-recorded anniversary video. Plus, ET's at the “Nope” premiere with Kelly Rowland, Daniel Kaluuya, and Keke Palmer. We're getting answers about the film everyone's buzzing about. Plus, we're with Marvel's new man. His move from “Ted Lasso” to “Thor” and why his castmates have a bone to pick with Jason Sudekis. Then, why Emilia Clarke says parts of her brain are missing. Plus, Justin Bieber's plan to perform after his health diagnosis. And, Brad Pitt's playful return to the red carpet. Then, “Abbott Elementary's” Quinta Bruson's Oprah transformation. And, we're rocking out with Journey as they reveal new music and plans for a reunion with original front man Steve Perry.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Deep Dive Divas
011: Journey

Deep Dive Divas

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 75:53


IN THE DARK! Guest: Hannah Discography Developing Diva: Longfriend Timefriend Support the Show DDD Journey Playlist Citations: Campbell, Mary. "Journey Takes Off With Vocalist." Harlan Daily Enterprise. May 24, 1978. Daniels, Neil. "Don't Stop Believin': The Untold Story of Journey." Omnibus Press. August 1, 2011. DeRiso, Nick. "Journey's Deen Castronovo Sentenced In Domestic Assault Case." Ultimate Classic Rock. October 13, 2015. Giles, Jeff. "Journey Welcome Back Drummer Steve Smith." Ultimate Classic Rock. November 24, 2015. Graff, Gary. "Jonathan Cain Says Journey 'Step Out A Bit' On New Album." Ultimate Classic Rock. March 1, 2022. Liberatore, Paul. "An incredible journey for band's new frontman." Marin Independent Journal. December 27, 2007. "New Journey Album Is 'Starting To Take Shape', Says Neal Schon." Blabbermouth. June 17, 2020. O'Connell, Mikey. "Journey Members Reflect on Importance of 'Sopranos' and 'Glee,' Talk PBS Doc. The Hollywood Reporter. August 6, 2013. Pappademas, Alex. "Foolish, Foolish Throat: A Q&A; with Steve Perry." GQ. February 1, 2009. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Queen Venerator
We Need a Montage: Ranking Every 80's Action Movie Montage Song Featured on the Blood Bros. Mixtape Series (Part 1)

Queen Venerator

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 34:15


On this episode, we begin our three part quest to rank every 80's action montage hype song featured on the Blood Bros. series of mixtapes, and we're starting out hot on this one. There's a little bit of everything on this one including: electronic music titans, celebrities going wild, awful Steve Perry garbage, and a whole lot of Rocky IV. Good Stuff. Website: queenvenerator.com Twitter: @queenvenerator Instagram: @queenvenerator Songs Discussed: Ann Wilson - Best Man in the World (The Golden Child) Autograph - Winning Is Everything (Youngblood) Beau Williams - Feeling So Good Today (Kickboxer) Bill Conti - Philadelphia Morning (Rocky) Bill Wray – No Mercy (Lionheart) Billy Burnette - Brother to Brother (Gleaming the Cube) Chesney Hawkes – I Am the One and Only (Buddy's Song) Chris Thompson - Never Turn Away (Dream a Little Dream) David Michael Frank - The Dojo (Best of the Best 2) Dear Enemy - New Hero (Street Hero) Doug Kahan - The Last Stand (All the Right Moves) DVDA – Montage (Team America: World Police) DVDA - Now You're a Man (Orgazmo) Eric Barnett - My Brothers Eyes (Kickboxer 2) Foreigner - Street Thunder (1984 Olympics) Giorgio Moroder - The Fight (Over the Top) Glenn Frey - The Heat Is On (Beverly Hills Cop) Hammerfall – Living in Victory Honeymoon Suite - Bad Attitude (Miami Vice) James House - Flesh on Fire (Teen Wolf) Johnny Vancouver (aka John Van Tongeren) - No Guts No Glory (Galaxy Rangers) Journey - Only the Young (Vision Quest) Little River Band - Playing to Win Lou Gramm - One Dream (Highlander II: The Quickening) Marc Safan - Win in the End (Teen Wolf) Mickey Thomas - Stand in The Fire (Youngblood) Moving Pictures – Never (Footloose) Network - Back in America (National Lampoon's European Vacation) Patrick Swayze - Raising Heaven (In Hell Tonight) (Roadhouse) Paul Hertzog - Advanced Training (Kickboxer) Rick Derringer - Hulk Hogan - Real American (WWF) Sammy Hagar - Winner Takes It All (Over the Top) Stemage & C Jeff - Dawn of a New Day (Saturday Morning RPG Vince DiCola – Apollo's Death and Funeral (Rocky IV) Vince DiCola - Training Montage (Rocky IV)

Rock Solid
Journey Part 3: The Post Perry Years

Rock Solid

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 95:48


Pat welcomes listener Andy Solum back to the Zoom Room to discuss the albums Journey has released since the departure of vocalist Steve Perry.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Bad Movies Worse Reviews
Speed 2: Cruise Control (1997)

Bad Movies Worse Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 81:01


In a world where the entire LAPD chases down one van full of stolen computers and IT employees get copper poisoning, one lucky couple must stop a mad man from causing a cruise ship's cruise control to break. The guys (Ben, Bracken, Brant, and Nate) set sail with this follow up to hugely successful Speed. Is this film Exceptionally Bad or just Bad? This movie stars Sandra Bullock, Jason Patric, Willem Dafoe, Temuera Morrison, Brian McCardie, Christine Firkins, Mike Hagerty, Colleen Camp, Lois Chiles, Francis Guinan, Connie Ray, Patrika Darbo, and Kimmy Robertson. Follow us on Instagram @ExceptionallyBad and Twitter @XceptionallyBad or email us at theguys@exceptionallybad.com or check out our website at exceptionallybad.com Speed 2: Cruise Control (1997) was Directed by Jan de Bont, Produced by Jan de Bont, Mark Gordon, Steve Perry, Michael Peyser, and Glenn Salloum, and Written by Graham Yost (characters), Jan de Bont, Randall McCormick, and Jeff Nathanson. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Lipps Service with Scott Lipps

Scott Zooms with the legendary founder, lead guitarist and songwriter, Neal Schon, of Journey. The conversation starts with Neal's upbringing around music and how he get started playing guitar at the age of 10. They then jump to 17 when he joined Santana and the events leading up to that pivotal moment. The two chat about the formation of Journey, how he met Steve Perry and some of the first songs they wrote together. Of course, Neal tells the story of the biggest songs ever, “Don't Stop Believing,” and even touch on the Teddy Swims version. They finish with the new Journey record, "Freedom," the process behind it and get into specific songs and the upcoming tour. Tune in!

Jared and Katie in the Morning, Show Highlights
Who Sings The Journey Song in Stranger Things 4?

Jared and Katie in the Morning, Show Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 8:14


There has been a question on whether or not the vocals on the Stranger Things 4 Journey track are Steve Perry's or Arnel Pineda's. Well we finally have an answer for you! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

War of the Roses - Jared and Katie in the Morning
Who Sings The Journey Song in Stranger Things 4?

War of the Roses - Jared and Katie in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 8:14


There has been a question on whether or not the vocals on the Stranger Things 4 Journey track are Steve Perry's or Arnel Pineda's. Well we finally have an answer for you! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Wally Show Podcast
Aftercast: Look at You and Your Vibe: July 5, 2022

Wally Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 32:55


We discuss some of the horrific things that happened over the weekend, we talk about riding bikes and engineering, Steve Perry did a mix with Stranger Things, Carrie Underwood sung with Guns N Roses, we listen to a little Rick Cua, and we explain birthdays that we've forgotten.You can join our Wally Show Poddies Facebook group at www.facebook.com/groups/WallyShowPoddies

Icons and Outlaws
Journey

Icons and Outlaws

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 108:04


www.iconsandoutlaws.com   The band Journey came together in San Francisco in 1973 under the auspices of former Santana manager Herbie Herbert who also managed The Steve Miller band, Roxette, and Europe. They were initially called the Golden Gate Rhythm Section and were backup players for established Bay Area bands. Originally, it included Santana alumni Neal Schon on lead guitar and Gregg Rolie on keyboards and lead vocals. Completing the band were bassist Ross Valory and rhythm guitarist George Tickner, both from the band Frumious Bandersnatch. Prairie Prince of The Tubes served as drummer. After one particular performance in Hawaii, the crew quickly abandoned the "backup band" idea and began developing their own distinctive jazz fusion style. After an unsuccessful radio contest to name the group, roadie John Villanueva suggested the name "Journey."   The band's first public gig was at the Winterland Ballroom on New Year's Eve 1973 to an audience of 10,000, and the following day, they flew to Hawaii to perform at the Diamond Head Crater to an even bigger audience. Prairie Prince returned to The Tubes shortly after. On February 1, 1974, the band hired British drummer Aynsley Dunbar, who had recently worked with the one and only David Bowie and was also a member of the second version of Frank Zappa's Mothers of Invention. On February 5, 1974, the new lineup debuted at the Great American Music Hall, showcasing in front of Columbia Records executives. They signed a recording contract with the label following the performance and later performed at venues around the Bay Area.   Journey went into CBS Studios in November 1974 with grammy award-winning producer Roy Halee to record their debut album "Journey." It was released in April 1975, entering the Billboard charts at number 138. This record was a jazzy progressive rock album focused mainly on the band's instrumental talents. It featured songs like "Of A Lifetime" and the instrumental, "Kahoutek,"; both songs pushing the 7-minute mark. Rhythm guitarist Tickner left the band shortly after due to the heavy touring the band was promoting the album, allowing Schon to take on the complete guitar duties.    Journey entered the studio again in late 1975 to record "Look into the Future," released in January 1976 and hit the Billboard Top 200 charts at number 100. The band promoted the album with a two-hour performance at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle, which later aired on the radio as touring continued to promote their second album. For this second album, the members of Journey toned down the overt progressiveness of their first release in favor of a more straightforward sound. The album also features a cover version of The Beatles' "It's All Too Much" from the 1968 Yellow Submarine film and 1969 soundtrack. The title track, "Look Into The Future," was the longest recorded Journey song at 8:10 until 1980, when "Destiny" from Dream, After Dream would claim that honor.   From May to October 1976, the band went to "His Master's Wheels" Studios to record their third studio album, "Next," which, just like the previous album, was produced by the band. However, they brought a much more commercial sound while keeping their jazz fusion and progressive rock roots. The album was released in February and charted on the Billboard Top 200 at 85. It would be the last album to feature Gregg Rolie as the lead singer. "Spaceman" with the instrumental "Nickel and Dime" was the single, and, unfortunately, sales did not improve, which led Columbia Records to almost dropping the band.   About these times in the band's career, lead guitarist Neal Schon has said: "I still think some of the stuff we did then was great. Some of it was self-indulgent, just jamming for ourselves, but I also think a lot of other things hurt us in the early days. It took a while for the politics to sort of shape up."   Journey's album sales did not improve, so Columbia Records requested they change their musical style and add a lead singer who would share lead vocals with Rolie. In comes Steve Perry, right? Nope! The band hired Robert Fleischman from the Los Angeles-based band "Staggerwing" and began transitioning toward a more popular style, similar to that of Foreigner and Boston. Journey went on tour with Fleischman in 1977, opening for bands like Black Sabbath, Judas Priest, and Emerson, Lake & Palmer. Fleischman and the rest of the band began writing and rehearsing new songs, including the hit "Wheel in the Sky." However, this new lineup would be short-lived because the band was introduced to that guy I mentioned earlier, Steve Perry, during a performance before approximately 100,000 at Soldier Field in Chicago. This chance encounter was significant because differences between Fleischman and manager Herbie Herbert resulted in Fleischman's departure from the band within the year.   Steve made his live debut with the band at the Old Waldorf in October 1977, stepping into His Master's Studios and Cherokee Studios from October to December. Herbie hired Roy Thomas Baker as the new record's producer to add a layered sound approach similar to a band Baker had previously worked with, a little English band called "Queen." With a new lead singer and new producer in tow, the band's fourth studio album, Infinity, was released in January 1978, and peaked at number 21 on Billboard. "Lights", "Anytime," and "Wheel In The Sky" were the album's singles, and it has sold over 3 million copies. Journey then set out on tour supporting the album and headlined a full tour for the first time.   According to Herbie, tensions were high between Aynsley Dunbar and the rest of the band due to the change in music direction from the jazz-fusion sound. Guitarist Neal Schon said: "We would talk about it, and he'd say he'd be willing to simplify things. But we'd get out there, and after five shows he wasn't doing that at all." Finally, Dunbar's resistance came to a head when he started playing erratically and talking crap about the other members, which later resulted in Herbie axing Dunbar after their headline tour. He was replaced by Berklee-trained drummer and Montrose member Steve Smith.   Perry, Schon, Rolie, Smith, and Valory returned to the studio at Cherokee Studios in late 1978 to record their fifth album, Evolution, which was later released in March 1979, peaking at number 20 on Billboard and selling another 3 million copies. This album, which would be a milestone for the band, gave the band their first Billboard Hot 100 Top 20 single, "Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin'," peaking at number 16, and was all over the radio. Following the tour in support of Evolution, the band expanded its operation to include a lighting and trucking operation for future gigs. The tour had grossed more than $5 million, making the band as popular as it had been in five years. Journey later entered Automatt Studios to record their sixth studio album, Departure, released in March 1980, peaking at number 8 on Billboard. The first single, "Any Way You Want It," peaked at number 23 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1980. The album featured an edgier sound, thanks partly to the "live in studio" way the songs were recorded. They initially went into the studio with 19 tracks, eventually trimming down to 12. This record would also go on to sell over 3 million copies!   Founding member and keyboardist Gregg Rolie left the band following the Departure tour to start a family and undertake various solo projects. It was the second time he had departed from a successful act in his career. Yep, he left Journey and Santana. Keyboardist Stevie "Keys" Roseman was then brought in to record the lone studio track, "The Party's Over (Hopelessly in Love)," on the band's live album "Captured." Rolie suggested pianist Jonathan Cain of The Babys as his permanent replacement so, with Cain's synthesizers replacing Rolie's organ, Cain had become the band's newest member. With Cain joining as the new keyboard player, the band entered Fantasy Studios in Berkeley, California, in late 1980, releasing their seventh studio album, "Escape," in July 1981. Escape became their most successful album, charting at number one in the United States. In addition, the album had a ton of hit singles, including: "Who's Crying Now," "Still They Ride," "Open Arms," and the iconic "Don't Stop Believin'." In July of 2021, it was certified diamond, selling over 10 million copies!!   Oh, and "Escape" had its own video game! Journey Escape was a video game developed and manufactured by Data Age for the Atari 2600 console and released in 1982.    Want to hear the plot of the game?   You're on the road with Journey, one of the world's hottest rock groups. A spectacular performance has just ended. Now it's up to you to guide each Journey Band Member past hordes of Love-Crazed Groupies, Sneaky Photographers, and Shifty-Eyed Promoters to the safety of the Journey Escape Vehicle in time to make the next concert. Your mighty manager and loyal roadies are there to help, but the escape is up to you!   These other bands may have been successful, but not Atari 2600 successful.   Journey began another lengthy yet successful tour on June 12, 1981, supported by opening acts Billy Squier, (My Kind of Lover) Greg Kihn Band, Point Blank, and Loverboy. They then opened for one and only The Rolling Stones on September 25 of the same year. MTV videotaped one of their two sold-out shows in Houston on November 6, 1981, in front of over 20,000 fans, later released on DVD, which for 1981 was HUGE.   Following the success of the 1981 tour, the band's entire establishment as a corporation, and the formation of a fan club called "Journey Force," the band released "Only Solutions" and "1990s Theme" for the 1982 Disney film Tron.    At this point, Journey was absolutely killing it, so they entered Fantasy Studios again in the middle of their 1982 tour to record their eighth studio album, Frontiers. Released in February 1983, "Frontiers" was the band's second-biggest selling album, selling over six million copies. Peaking at number 2 on the Billboard charts, it spawned the hit singles "Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)," "Send Her My Love," "After the Fall," and of course, "Faithfully," and you can hear our version of Faithfully wherever you listen to new music and at the end of this episode.   Journey began the tour supporting "Frontiers" in Japan and continued in North America alongside the Canadian Crooner, Bryan Adams, as the opening act. During the tour, NFL Films recorded a video documentary of their life on the road called "Frontiers and Beyond," shooting scenes at JFK Stadium in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with more than 80,000 fans in attendance.   After the success of the Frontiers tour, the band decided to take some well-deserved time off. Steve and Neal both tried their hands at solo projects, and in 1984 Steve Perry, with the help of band manager Herbie, recorded and released his first solo album, Street Talk. Street Talk released Perry's biggest hit as a solo artist, "Oh Sherrie," written for his then-girlfriend Sherrie Swafford. The song hit #3 on the billboard hot 100 and #1 on Billboard's Rock chart, and the accompanying music video (also featuring Swafford) was a hit on MTV.   Neal Schon toured briefly in 1984 with his supergroup HSAS, supporting their sole album, "Through the Fire, released that year on Geffen.    Sidenote, what does "HSAS" stands for? Any guesses?   Hagar Schon Aaronson Shrieve featured lead vocalist Sammy Hagar (Van Halen), lead guitarist Neal Schon, bassist Kenny Aaronson (The Yard birds), and drummer Michael Shrieve. (Santana). The group reportedly rehearsed for less than a month before playing in concert.   Who are the Yardbirds? (For Your Love) Well, they were an English rock band formed in 1963 and launched the careers of a few notable guitarists like Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, and Jeff Beck   Also, At age 20, drummer Michael Shrieve was the second youngest musician to perform at Woodstock while playing for Santana. His drum solo during "Soul Sacrifice" in the Woodstock film has been described as "electrifying."   When asked by the press if Journey was finished after selling their properties at the end of 1984, guitarist Neal commented, "No way Journey's ending. We're all too committed to this band to ever let that happen. In fact, one of the reasons we decided to go off in separate directions for a while was to keep the band as strong as ever."   After a productive phone call between Cain and Perry, the band returned to Fantasy Studios in late 1985 to record their ninth studio album "Raised on Radio," but with Steve Perry acting as the album's producer. Unfortunately, things were pretty tense within the band leading Herbie and Steve to fire both bass player Ross Valory and drummer Steve Smith for musical and professional differences. This booting took place only a few months into the recording sessions for the album, though Valory later admitted he left the band on his terms.    Bassist and future American Idol judge Randy Jackson, bassist Bob Glaub, and established drummer Larrie Londin were brought in to continue the album's recordings. If you're not familiar with Larrie Londin, check out his credentials. He's done session work with everyone from the Supremes and Marvin Gaye to Elvis and Dolly Parton. He is an absolute legend in the business—an "icon" for sure.   "Raised on Radio" was released in May 1986, peaking at number four on Billboard's album chart but underperforming compared to the band's previous two albums. It featured five singles: The top ten hit "Be Good to Yourself" along with "Suzanne," "Girl Can't Help It," "I'll Be Alright Without You," and "Why Can't This Night Go On Forever?".   The Raised on Radio support tour began at Angels Camp, California, in August 1986. The band performed sold-out shows throughout the United States before concluding with two shows in Anchorage, Alaska, in early 1987, with selected dates supported by Honeymoon Suite (New Girl Now), The Outfield (Your Love), and Glass Tiger (Don't Forget Me When I'm Gone.) The tour featured Randy Jackson on bass and Mike Baird on drums, and was videotaped by MTV for a documentary that included interviews with the band members called Raised on Radio, just like the album. MTV apparently loved themselves some Journey!   With tensions between Perry, the band, and manager Herbie at an all-time high following the tour's conclusion, Perry was unable or unwilling to remain actively involved and was tired of touring as it affected his health and his vocals.   Steve said: "I called Jon and Neal together. We met in San Rafael, we sat on the edge of the marina, and I just told them, 'I can't do this anymore. I've got to get out for a while.' And they said: 'Well, what do you mean?' And I said: 'That's exactly what I mean, is what I'm saying. I just don't want to be in the band anymore. I want to get out; I want to stop.' And I think Jon said: 'Well, just take some time off, and we'll think,' and I said: 'OK, fine.' And I just sort of fell back into my life. I looked around and realized that my whole life had become everything I'd worked so hard to be, and when I came back to have a regular life, I had to go find one."   He also stated: "The truth is, that I thought music had run its course in my heart," Perry explains in a statement on his website. "I'd had an amazing time in an amazing band, and then the chance to express myself as a solo artist too. But I had to be honest with myself, and in my heart, I knew I just wasn't feeling it anymore." "For a long time, I could barely even listen to music. My last show with Journey was February of 1987. Then one day, it hit me that I couldn't do this anymore. I felt as if I had to jump off this merry-go-round — this big beautiful mothership that we had all worked so hard together to build."   Following the "Raised on Radio" tour, the band went into a hiatus. However, Columbia Records released the Greatest Hits compilation in November 1988, which became one of the biggest selling greatest hits albums, selling over 15 million copies and continuing to sell half a million to a million copies per year. The compilation spent 750 weeks on the Billboard album charts until 2008. To date, their greatest hits album has sold almost 21 million copies worldwide.   Here's something else I wasn't aware of. While Steve Perry had retreated from the public eye, Schon and Cain spent the rest of 1987 collaborating with other profound artists. They worked with artists like Jimmy Barnes and Michael Bolton before teaming up with Cain's ex-Babys bandmates John Waite and Ricky Phillips. They, in turn, formed the supergroup Bad English (When I See You Smile, Price of Love) with drummer Deen Castronovo in 1988, releasing two albums in 1989 and 1991.    Steve Smith, however, devoted his time to his jazz bands, Vital Information and Steps Ahead, and teamed up with former bassist Ross Valory and original Journey keyboardist Gregg Rolie. They formed the band "The Storm" with singer Kevin Chalfant and guitarist Josh Ramos, and guess who their manager was? Herbie, of course!!   On November 3, 1991, Neal Schon, Jonathan Cain, and Steve Perry reunited to perform "Faithfully" and "Lights" at the Bill Graham tribute concert 'Laughter, Love & Music' at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, California, following the concert promoter's death in an unfortunate helicopter accident.    In October 1993, Schon, Rolie, Valory, Dunbar, Smith, and Cain reunited and performed at a private dinner for manager extraordinaire Herbie Herbert at Bimbo's in San Francisco, with Kevin Chalfant (Allen Parsons Project live singer) on lead vocals.   After the breakup of Bad English in 1991, Neal Schon and Deen Castronovo formed the glam metal band Hardline (Takin Me Down) with brothers Johnny and Joey Gioeli, releasing only one studio album before his departure. Neal later joined Paul Rodgers (Bad Company vocalist) in 1993 for live performances, alongside Castronovo. In 1994, Steve Perry had released his second solo album, "For the Love of Strange Medicine," and toured North America in support of the album, though his voice had changed since the last time he had performed. Those high notes weren't as easy to hit anymore. Steve Perry ultimately decided to reunite with Journey under one condition. He demanded that there be a bowl of peanut M&Ms backstage at all times and that they HAD to be all brown with one, just one, green NON-peanut M&M on top.    Yeah, that's not true. Steve's one condition was that Herbie Herbert would no longer be the band's manager. Instead, the band hired Irving Azoff, longtime Eagles manager, as the new manager for the band in October 1995. Steve Smith and Ross Valory reunited with the band and started writing material for their next album, with rehearsals beginning that same month.   The band began recording their tenth studio album, "Trial by Fire" in early 1996 at The Site and Wildhorse Studio in Marin County and Ocean Way Recorders where they recorded under producer "The Caveman" Kevin Shirley (Mr. Big, Iron Maiden, Dream Theater.) This album was released in late October that year, peaking at number three on the Billboard album charts. The album's hit single "When You Love a Woman" reached number 12 on the Billboard charts and was nominated in 1997 for a Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal. The album also produced three top 40 mainstream rock tracks, "Message of Love," reaching number 18, "Can't Tame the Lion," hitting number 33, and "If He Should Break Your Heart," reaching number 38. It sold roughly 1.5 million units.   Plans for a support tour failed when Steve Perry, while hiking in Hawaii on a ten-day break in August 1996, discovered he had a degenerative bone condition and could not perform without hip replacement surgery. The accident resulted in the album's release date being delayed.   Upon its release, "Trial By Fire" was considered the band's worst-selling album and failed to match the originality and playability of the band's previous work. Neal Schon later admitted that the album had too many ballads and fans just wanted to hear that sweet, sweet rock and roll saying: "Even on our last record, the Trial By Fire record, a lot of the rock stuff just got shelved and ended up being like twenty ballads, I don't know how many ballads."  The band took another break following the album's dismal release to work on more solo projects, waiting for Perry to decide if he was able to or wanted to tour. Schon released his solo album Electric World in 1997, later creating Abraxas Pool with former Journey member Gregg Rolie, drummer Michael Shrieve and a few former Santana members. Jonathan Cain released his two solo albums, Body Language and For A Lifetime in 1997 and 1998 respectively. Following the reunion album's long-awaited release, Journey was becoming restless and tired of waiting for an answer from Steve Perry and touring. Following a phone call between Cain and Perry, Steve announced that he would again depart from Journey, releasing himself from the band's contracts and deciding to semi-retire from the music business. Steve Smith later quit the band, saying that Journey would not be the same without Perry and returning to his jazz career and his project "Vital Information."   The band hired the familiar drummer Deen Castronovo, Schon's and Cain's Bad English bandmate, to replace Steve Smith. After auditioning several high-profile candidates, including Geoff Tate (Queensryche), Kevin Chalfant, and John West (Royal Hunt), Journey replaced Perry with Steve Augeri, formerly of Tyketto and Tall Stories.  The band later recorded the song "Remember Me," featured on the soundtrack for the 1998 film Armageddon. Upon the song's release, the song showed fans that the band made the right decision in hiring Augeri. That soundtrack has sold over 5,392,500 copies.   Following a rehearsal with Augeri and Castronovo, the band went to Japan to perform four gigs, where they had still held an enormous fanbase. When asked how he felt about touring again in over a decade, Neal Schon commented: "It's a little like we are reborn again." Next, Journey embarked on a tour in the United States titled "Vacation's Over" which began in October and concluded at the end of December in Reno. They continued the tour with another leg in 1999, starting in Minnesota in June and finishing in Michigan in September.   From March to August 2000, the band entered Avatar Studios to record yet another studio album, "Arrival" with producer Kevin Shirley. The album was released in Japan later in the year, with a North American release in April 2001. The album had peaked at number 56 on the Billboard charts. However, the single "All the Way" failed to boost sales for the album. It was considered a disappointment with mixed opinions regarding the album, resulting in Sony dropping the band from the label. Upon the album's completion, the band set off on tour supporting the album in Latin America, the United States, and Europe.   In response to the attacks in New York City on September 11, 2001, Journey joined various bands at a major fundraising event on October 20 and 21 at the Smirnoff Music Centre in Dallas, Texas, to raise money for the victims and families of the tragedy. The event raised around one million dollars.   The Journey camp was quiet in 2002 as Neal Schon formed ANOTHER band, "Planet Us," with Castronovo, Sammy Hagar, and former Van Halen bassist Michael Anthony until 2004, when they disbanded. Schon also co-wrote songs alongside the band Bad Company, while keyboardist Jonathan Cain released another solo album.  Recording a few songs between 2001 and 2002, Journey released a four-track EP titled "Red 13" in November under their new label "Journey Music." The band chose the album cover design through a fan contest with the online cover designed by fan Kelly McDonald. However, the retail cover was only made available at the band's shows and was designed by Christopher Payne. Journey only performed one club gig in support of the EP but later began another tour of the United States from May to August 2003.  They continued touring the following year with another summer tour titled "Summer Detour" which began in June and concluded in September 2004. In November of that year, Journey joined REO Speedwagon and Styx for a tour around the Caribbean aboard the Triumph cruise ship. Sounds miserable. I'm not too fond of boats.   In 2005, the members of Journey were inducted into the Hollywood Walk of Fame alongside former members Steve Perry, Dunbar, George Tickner, Steve Smith, and Fleischmann. Rolie was the only member who did not appear at the ceremony. Surprised to see Perry joining them to accept the induction with the band, Valory commented that it was a pleasant surprise to see him.   Following their addition to the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the band began recording at the Record Plant in Sausalito, California, for their twelfth studio album, "Generations," which featured producer Kevin Elson who had collaborated with the band before. The album was released on August 29 in Europe, with a North American release following on October 4. The album peaked at number 170 on the Billboard charts. To promote the album and celebrate the band's 30th anniversary, the band embarked on a tour starting in Irvine, California, in June and concluding in Phoenix in October. Each concert on tour was three hours long with an intermission and featured many of their classic hits and included the new songs from the album. "Generations" sold less than 100,000 copies.   In 2006, the band toured Europe and joined Def Leppard on a North American tour. During the tours however, there was talk that Augeri was not singing but instead using backing tracks to cover up his deteriorating vocals. Those allegations resulted in him getting attacked by the fans. Augeri had suffered from vocal attrition problems before the band began the tour with Def Leppard. In addition, Journey had been accused of using pre-recorded lead vocals before, an accusation that former manager Herbie Herbert insists was true. SHOCKER. Valory denied the allegations, stating that it was a myth, a lie, an all-out fabrication, and that Augeri's vocals did not give out!    In a later press statement, the band announced that Augeri had to step down as Journey's lead singer and leave the tour to recover. Augeri performed his last show with Journey on July 4 in Raleigh.   With the tour still happening and successful, the band quickly hired Jeff Scott Soto from Talisman as their lead vocalist for the tour. He performed as Journey's vocalist on July 7 in Bristow for the first time. Because of its success and popularity, The band later extended the tour to November. Soto was officially announced as the band's new vocalist in December 2006. If you're keeping track, that's five lead singers.   Following tours of Europe and the United States in 2007, the band announced on June 12 that Scott Soto was no longer with them. In a statement, Neal Schon stated: "He did a tremendous job for us, and we wish him the best. We've just decided to go our separate ways, no pun intended. We're plotting our next move now." Cheeky. I love it.   Following Soto's exit from the group, the band was without a lead vocalist again. So Neal Schon began searching YouTube for a new lead vocalist, with Jeremey Hunsicker of the Journey tribute band "Frontiers" auditioning and spending a week with the band writing material. Hunsicker claims to have been formally offered the position, but it fell through shortly following tension with Schon. However, one of the tracks co-written with Hunsicker, "Never Walk Away," later appeared on the Revelation album. Neal Schon later found Filipino singer Arnel Pineda of the cover band The Zoo, covering the song "Faithfully." (Our version is arguably better, just saying.) Schon was so impressed that he contacted Pineda to set up two days of auditions with him. The auditions went well, and they later named him the official lead vocalist of Journey on December 5, 2007. In 2007, the hit song "Don't Stop Believin'" gained coverage and sharp growth in popularity when it was used in The Sopranos television series final episode, prompting digital downloads of the song to skyrocket. But, unfortunately, the Soprano's finale also pissed a lot of people off.   In November 2007, Journey entered the studio with Pineda to record the studio album "Revelation." The album was released on June 3, 2008. It debuted at number five on the Billboard charts, selling more than 196,000 units in its first two weeks and staying in the top 20 for six weeks. As a multi-disc set (2-CD), each unit within that set counts as one sale, which I didn't know. Journey also found success on Billboard's Adult Contemporary chart, where the single "After All These Years" spent over 23 weeks, peaking at number 9. "Revelation" has sold over 1 million copies.   On February 21, 2008, Pineda performed for the first time with Journey in front of 20,000 fans in Chile. The band began the "Revelation" tour in the United Kingdom in June, continuing the tour into North America, Asia, Europe, and South America, concluding in October. Receipts from the 2008 tour made Journey one of the top-grossing concert tours of the year, bringing in over $35,000,000. On December 18, 2008, Revelation was certified platinum by RIAA.   The band performed at the Super Bowl 43 pre-game show in Tampa, Florida, on February 1, 2009. The band continued their Revelation tour in May and concluded it in October 2009. They also performed in Manila in front of 30,000 fans, recorded for a live release, "Live in Manila."   In 2009, "Don't Stop Believin'" became the top-selling song on iTunes among those released before 2000, with over 500,000 downloads.   Journey then entered Fantasy Studios in Berkeley, California, in 2010 with Pineda to record their next studio album, "Eclipse." The album was released on May 24, 2011, and debuted at number 13 on the Billboard 200 charts with the singles "City of Hope" and "Human Feel." Unfortunately, "Eclipse" could not match the success of Revelation, barely selling 100,000 copies—an 1/8th of the previous album's sales. They later toured the United Kingdom in June 2011 with Foreigner and Styx. Journey was awarded the "Legend of Live Award" at the Billboard Touring Awards in October. The band later released Greatest Hits 2 in November of 2011.   In June 2015, drummer Deen Castronovo was arrested following a domestic altercation. Journey fired him in August and was replaced by Omar Hakim on the band's 2015 tour. He was sentenced to four years probation after pleading guilty to domestic violence charges.    In 2016, Steve Smith again returned as Journey's drummer, reuniting all of the Escape-Frontiers-Trial by Fire lineup members except lead singer Steve Perry. In 2018, during the North American tour with Def Leppard, Journey topped the Billboard Hot Tours List for grossing more than $30 million over 17 shows.   On March 3, 2020, Schon and Cain announced that they had fired Smith and Valory and were suing them for an alleged "attempted corporate coup d'état," seeking damages over $10 million. The lawsuit alleged Smith and Valory tried to "assume control of Nightmare Productions because they incorrectly believe that Nightmare Productions controls the Journey name and Mark" to "hold the Journey name hostage and set themselves up with a guaranteed income stream after they stop performing." Valory and Smith contested the firings with the support of former manager Herbie Herbert and former lead singer Steve Perry. Court filings revealed that Steve Perry had been paid as a band member for years despite not performing. In an open letter dated that same day, Schon and Cain stated Smith and Valory "are no longer members of Journey; and that Schon and Cain have lost confidence in both of them and are not willing to perform with them again." Valory counter-sued Schon and Cain for their partnership's claim of owning the Journey trademark and service mark.   In June 2020, Neal Schon announced via his social media page that a new album with Jackson and Walden was "starting to take shape." The following month, he confirmed the album's progress and that they would release new music in early 2021. In January 2021, he announced that the album's first single would be released later that year, with the possibility of a worldwide tour to follow. In April 2021, the band reached an "amicable settlement" with former members Valory and Smith, confirming they were no longer a part of Journey. The single "The Way We Used to Be" was released on June 24, 2021.   In July 2021, Neal Schon confirmed that Deen Castronovo, had rejoined as a second drummer.   On February 16, 2022, the band announced the title and track listing of their upcoming fifteenth studio album "Freedom," which is set to be released on July 8, 2022. On March 1, 2022, Cain confirmed that neither Walden nor Randy Jackson remained in the lineup, with Walden's dipping out following a minor heart attack following a live show in Pennsylvania. Nevertheless, they both still played on Freedom, as they had completed their parts on the album before departing. The second single, "You Got the Best of Me," was released on April 26, 2022. The third single, "Let It Rain," was released just recently, on May 17, 2022. So be on the lookout for Journey's new album!   According to the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) Journey has sold 48 million albums in the U.S., making them the 25th best-selling band. In addition, their worldwide sales have reached over 80 million records globally, making them one of the world's best-selling bands of all time.

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MTGCast
Magic with Zuby: DnD For Normies Presents - The Price of Progress Episode 5: The One With Steve Perry

MTGCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 133:23


Introducing a brand new show, Dungeons & Dragons for Normies! In this first campaign, The Price of Progress, we follow the adventures of the dragonborn barbarian K'aranina Gemleaf, the dwarf cleric Maermyl Hillspear, and the satyr monk Tellercos!In Episode 5, our adventurers travel back to the town of Dragonhurste to report what they found out at the White Peak Citadel, but are met with an unexpected visitor that brings some drama from Mae's past. How will the group come together to face this strife and continue on their quest?!Players: K'aranina Gemleaf played by Michelle [they/she] https://twitter.com/kilnfiendpotterMaermyl Hillspear played by Pixie Kitten [she/her] https://twitter.com/PKP_MagicTellercos played by Baltan/Tony [he/him] https://twitter.com/BaltanTwoAnd our awesome Dungeon Master is Zuby [he/him] https://twitter.com/MagicwithZubyTo watch the streams LIVE, follow on Twitch! https://www.twitch.tv/magicwithzuby_________________________________________________________________________________________Be sure to visit my sponsor, Cardsphere! Hands down, it's the best place on the internet to buy and sell paper MTG cards! https://www.cardsphere.com

Magic with Zuby
DnD For Normies Presents - The Price of Progress Episode 5: The One With Steve Perry

Magic with Zuby

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 133:23


Introducing a brand new show, Dungeons & Dragons for Normies! In this first campaign, The Price of Progress, we follow the adventures of the dragonborn barbarian K'aranina Gemleaf, the dwarf cleric Maermyl Hillspear, and the satyr monk Tellercos! In Episode 5, our adventurers travel back to the town of Dragonhurste to report what they found out at the White Peak Citadel, but are met with an unexpected visitor that brings some drama from Mae's past. How will the group come together to face this strife and continue on their quest?! Players: K'aranina Gemleaf played by Michelle [they/she] https://twitter.com/kilnfiendpotter Maermyl Hillspear played by Pixie Kitten [she/her] https://twitter.com/PKP_Magic Tellercos played by Baltan/Tony [he/him] https://twitter.com/BaltanTwo And our awesome Dungeon Master is Zuby [he/him] https://twitter.com/MagicwithZuby To watch the streams LIVE, follow on Twitch! https://www.twitch.tv/magicwithzuby _________________________________________________________________________________________ Be sure to visit my sponsor, Cardsphere! Hands down, it's the best place on the internet to buy and sell paper MTG cards! https://www.cardsphere.com

Taking Off The Mask
E92. Dr. Steve Perry - on Learning New Emotional Languages

Taking Off The Mask

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 37:18


“We all grow up with an accent. We all grow up speaking a language, an emotional language, and the longer we stay in that emotional language the harder it is to learn a new one.” - Dr. Steve Perry Ever Forward Club's Ashanti Branch is joined by Dr. Steve Perry. Dr. Perry is an educator, bestselling author, and the Founder and Head of Schools of Capital Preparatory Schools. Using his powerful voice to fight for disadvantaged children and families for over thirty years, you may have seen Dr. Perry on CNN and NBC, or with Oprah, P. Diddy, and Steve Harvey. Dr. Perry believes that the success of a life is not determined by where you start, but by where you end. He also believes that how you deal with your emotions is a major indicator of success. Some of these emotional languages are programmed deep within us - and, in this episode, Dr. Perry shows how he has found power in regulating his. (2:20) Ashanti's introduction. (9:35) Ashanti and Dr. Perry take the time to appreciate one another, and Dr. Perry introduces himself. (13:35) Dr. Perry reflects on a conversation he had with his son and what buoys the negative behaviors perpetuated by masculine archetypes. (18:35) Then, he and Ashanti discuss killing and murder through the lens of people's inability to deal with their emotions. (25:10) Dr. Perry explains the power of acknowledging the limitations of your own personality. (28:05) Then, Dr. Perry tells the story of a fight that broke out at one of his schools and how awareness of your own emotions helped confront the situation. (32:35) Dr. Perry shares some words about humility and tells the story of a speaking engagement he had with an audience of ex-offenders. --- Connect with Dr. Steve Perry: Website: drsteveperry.org Facebook: facebook.com/DrStevePerry1 Twitter: twitter.com/DrStevePerry Youtube: youtube.com/c/drsteveperry/featured Instagram: instagram.com/drsteveperry --- Create your own mask anonymously at millionmask.org If you are interested in being on the Face to Face podcast, email us at everforwardclub@gmail.com --- Connect with Ashanti Branch: Instagram: instagram.com/branchspeaks Facebook: facebook.com/BranchSpeaks Twitter: twitter.com/BranchSpeaks LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/ashantibranch Website: branchspeaks.com --- Send in a voice message: anchor.fm/branch-speaks/message

Everyone Loves Guitar
Niko Bolas “I'll get SOBER AGAIN, later…” Neil Young, Keith Richards, Zevon, Toto, CSNY & more

Everyone Loves Guitar

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 108:43 Very Popular


“The Universe will do things in your life that you don't know why, at the time…” On this Niko Bolas Interview: Learning engineering by mixing church music and porn soundtracks, Getting sober and choosing to stay sober every morning, letting go of toxic friendships, amazing stories about working with Val Garay, Jack Nitzsche, Neil Young, Dolly Parton (one of his best gigs ever), Don Henley, Warren Zevon, Keith Richards, Vinny Colaiuta, Mike Scott & The Waterboys… Forgetting to hit “record” while Glyn Johns was in the studio with him, dealing with self-doubt, why “If you have an intention and you truly feel it, your needs will be met,” and loads more - absolutely awesome conversation Cool Guitar & Music T-Shirts!: http://www.GuitarMerch.com   Niko Bolas is a producer, recording engineer and mixer. Here's a small sample of the artists Niko has worked with: Neil Young, Keith Richards, Prince, Bonnie Raitt, Warren Zevon, Jackson Browne, James Taylor, Kim Carnes, Linda Ronstadt, Toto (IV), Barbara Streisand, Steve Perry, Dan Fogelberg, CSNY, Stan Getz, Tracy Chapman, The Waterboys, Robben Ford, Kiss, Herbie Hancock, Jeff Babko, Jeff Beck, The Mavericks, Boz Scaggs, Beth Hart, Los Lobos, Steve Jordan, doz. of others Subscribe & Website:  https://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/subscribe Support this show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support