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Revolution Saints – Revolution Saints (2015)

Revolution Saints – Revolution Saints (2015)

If the Revolution Saints’ sound is familiar, there’s a reason. This is a trio of arena rock’s most talented players — and they live up to that legacy here.

Journey’s Deen Castronovo on Steve Perry: ‘He can do no wrong’

As a second vocalist with Journey, Deen Castronovo says he’s partially patterned his performances on Steve Perry.

‘He’s like our hidden weapon’: Neal Schon on the overlooked vocal talent of Journey’s Deen Castronovo

‘He’s like our hidden weapon’: Neal Schon on the overlooked vocal talent of Journey’s Deen Castronovo

A Castronovo-sung single from Schon’s new solo album shot into the Top 5.

Something Else! sneak peek: Neal Schon, “Exotica” from So U (2014)

Something Else! sneak peek: Neal Schon, “Exotica” from So U (2014)

Even as Neal Schon works on a long-awaited reunion with the Santana band, he’s unleashing a taste of what he calls “Latin fusion” from a forthcoming solo album with Marco Mendoza and Deen Castronovo.

‘We’re all playing at a different level’: Neal Schon at work on three albums with Journey connections

‘We’re all playing at a different level’: Neal Schon at work on three albums with Journey connections

The prospects of another Journey album remain unclear, but that doesn’t mean guitarist Neal Schon is sitting idly by. In fact, he’s working on three projects, all of them with Journey connections.

‘I knew there was something special’: Deen Castronovo on joining Journey as Steve Perry exited

‘I knew there was something special’: Deen Castronovo on joining Journey as Steve Perry exited

Deen Castronovo says that Neal Schon warned him, before he took the drumming job in 1998, that Journey had split with long-time frontman Steve Perry. A exuberant Castronovo replied: “I don’t care who it’s with. I wanna play.”

'It was a crazy time for us': Journey's Neal Schon on his whirlwind romance with Michaele Salahi

Over a career with stops in legendary rock bands Santana and Journey, Neal Schon has seen his share of press. But nothing like last year’s avalanche of attention when he began a relationship with Michaele Salahi

Something Else! sneak peek: Journey's Neal Schon with Steve Smith, "The Calling" (2012)

This new instrumental is interesting because Steve Smith showed up just as Journey took a turn in the late 1970s from its more fusion-informed early period toward a platinum-selling arena-rock formula.

Journey – Eclipse (2011)

In many ways, the initial cuts on Journey’s Eclipse recall the wide-open heavy fusion of the the band’s original Gregg Rolie-era records, a period when guitarist Neal Schon pulled and stretched his muse. At the same time, singer Arnel Pineda possesses a second-act Steve Perry-sounding penchant for soaring expectancy.

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