GUITAR: Neal Schon
KEYBOARDS: Jonathan Cain
BASS: Ross Valory
VOCALS: Steve Augeri
DRUMS: Deen Castronovo
1979 Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin'
1980 Any Way You Want It
1980 Walks Like A Lady
1981 Don't Stop Believin'
1981 Who's Crying Now
1981 The Party's Over
1982 Open Arms
1982 Still They Ride
1983 After the Fall
1983 Send Her My Love
1983 Separate Ways
1985 Only the Young
1986 Be Good to Yourself
1986 Girl Can't Help It
1986 I'll Be Alright Without You
1996 When You Love a Woman
6 Top 10 Albums
Founded in 1973 in
San Francisco around former Santana members Neal Schon and Gregg Rolie,
with the assistance of Ross Valory, George Tickner and Prairie Prince,
has spanned over 30 years with 18 U.S. releases and over 75,000,000 in
album sales. Their music is artful, intense, melodic rock played with
passion and superb musicianship.
Journey’s initial style was
progressive jazz-rock, complete with extended and improvised solo spots,
a style much in evidence on their first three albums for Columbia Records.
In April 1975 Tickner bowed out of music to attend Stanford Medical
School. He was eventually replaced by ex-Alien Project vocalist, Steve
Perry (following a brief tenure by Robert Fleischman).
The switch to their signature highly
sophisticated rock occurred with the recording of their hugely successful
album, Infinity. Journey’s
drummer, Aynsley Dunbar, was unhappy with this new style and left for
Jefferson Starship, to be replaced by legendary drummer Steve Smith.
The band’s next release, Evolution followed and brought the band
their first US Top 20 hit, "Lovin’, Touchin’, Squeezin".
Captured was a live double album that surprised many critics.
The album featured cranked-up guitars and raucous hard rock, eventually
peaking at #9 on the US album chart. Founding member Rolie departed after
release, to be replaced by Jonathan Cain, who had previously played
with the Babys.
Cain’s arrival was an important landmark in Journey’s
career, as his songwriting input added a new dimension to the band’s
sound. The band’s next release, Escape reached #1 and stayed
in the charts for over a year. It also spawned three US Top 10 hit
Crying Now", "Don’t Stop Believin’" and "Open
Arms". The follow-up, Frontiers, was also massively successful,
staying at #2 on the Billboard album chart for nine weeks.
Smith departed the group prior to the release of 1986’s
Raised On Radio, which generated another US hit single, "Be Good
To Yourself". The band was joined in the studio and subsequent
live dates by bass players Randy Jackson and Bob Glaub; drummers, Mike
Baird and Nashville veteran Larrie Londin.
In 1996 Perry, Schon, Smith,
Cain and Valory reunited to release Trial By Fire, which entered
the US chart at number 3. The following year Deen Castronovo (ex-Bad
English) replaced Smith and vocalist Steve Augeri (Tall Stories) replaced
Perry after health problems sidelined the singer.
Vocalist, Steve Augeri
first recorded with Journey for the band’s
1998 contribution to the Armageddon soundtrack – "Remember
Me". The soundtrack, which hit #1 on the Billboard charts and
was certified triple platinum.
The band’s 18th release, Arrival
debuted in the spring of 2001 and the group launched their incredibly
successful 56-city Arrival 2001 World Tour.
An Essential Journey
greatest hits collection arrived in 2001 from Columbia Records; an
honor previously bestowed on legends such as Miles Davis, Billy Joel,
Neil Diamond, and Barbra Streisand.
Throughout the summer of 2002, Journey
again brought its live show around the country during their "Under
The Radar Tour". It also gave
the band an opportunity to showcase music from their new EP, Red13,
to their die-hard fans. A late 2002 release of the EP gave the rest
of America the chance to embrace Journey’s latest rock creation.
Journey set out on a multi-city tour with top selling
bands Styx and REO Speedwagon in 2003 dubbed “The Classic Rock
Main Event Tour”.
Hailed as one of the top selling tours of 2003, The Main Event Tour
attracted thousands. During 2004, Journey’s “Detour” continued
to sell out venues across the nation.
January 21, 2005 will forever
be known as “Journey Day,” as
declared by Hollywood’s Mayor Johnny Grant. That’s the
date JOURNEY—who has sold over 75 million albums worldwide making
them the 29th best-selling music group of all time--were honored with
the 2,275th Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Not only was the entire
current line-up in attendance (guitarist Neal Schon, bassist Ross
Valory, keyboardist Jonathan Cain, singer Steve Augeri and drummer Deen
Castronovo), but several band members from the past as well: drummers
Steve Smith and Aynsley Dunbar, guitarist George Tickner and singer Robert
Fleischman. Perhaps the greatest surprise of all—not
only to the fans in attendance, but to the band most of all—was
the unexpected appearance of the group’s legendary former frontman
Steve Perry, who had not been seen anywhere with the band since his
departure in 1996 after Trial by Fire was released and earned the band’s
first Grammy® Award nomination for “When You Love A Woman.”
is scheduled to be in the studio to finish recording their next release
in March 2005.
The Egyptians regarded the divine scarab beetle as
a symbol of self-creative power; rebirth, renewal, transformation and
regeneration. The scarab, which has also become the long-time symbol
for the legendary rock band Journey, has evolved into an exceptionally
fitting symbol for a band that began in 1973 as an experimental rhythm
section (formed around guitar prodigy Neal Schon) and eventually sold
over 50 million records and became one of the biggest rock bands in
the world. For Journey, transformation and renewal are an integral part
of the creative force that has led the band on their remarkable "journey".
Moondance Jam 2013 Lineup
Wednesday July 17
Pre Jam Party - Main Stage
The Wednesday Pre Jam Party
is free for
everyone with a ticket!
Thursday July 18
Friday July 19
Saturday July 20
*Schedule and lineup are subject to change without notice.