Coming from San Francisco, California, Journey was formed in 1973. The band was found by members Schon, Ross Valory, Prairie Prince, and George Tickner. Shortly, Gregg Rolie joined the line-up. They recorded “Journey” in 1975. By 1977, the band recruited Steve Perry which led the way to 1978’s “Infinity,” selling millions of copies worldwide. Fast-forward, their album “Escape” led them to the top ranks of pop groups.
Songs “Who’s Crying Now?,” “Don’t Stop Believin’, and ‘Open Arms” hit the Top Ten singles. Despite the success, Journey disbanded. But in 1996, Perry, Schon, Cain, Valory, and Smith planned a Journey reunion, in which they released “Trial by Fire” selling millions of copies. Up to date, the new vocalist for the band is Arnel Pineda since 2008.