STEVE PERRY Says Reunion With JOURNEY Is Unlikely
Ex-JOURNEY singer Steve Perry tells The Associated Press that a reunion with his former bandmates is probably not going to happen.
"It's like any emotional, committed relationship. At some point, they seem to all have a shelf life and bands are no exception," he said. "Life has moved us all on in different places in our lives. They're doing what they're doing they have been since '98. And I've been doing what I'm doing, which is living my life and having a personal life."
Perry said that he is stunned that JOURNEY's smash hit "Don't Stop Believin'" which he wrote with JOURNEY keyboardist Jonathan Cain and guitarist Neil Schon continues to resonate with so many people.
"It's very shocking because now I'm getting it for 7-, 8-, 9-, 10-year-olds coming up to me, and they love that song and they've made it their song," said Perry, 62. "It's just amazing to me."
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