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Perry Wants To Reassume Journey Role

After a 12 year absence, former Journey lead vocalist Steve Perry wants to rejoin the group, at least  according to a report from Classic Rock magazine.  The group, which has gone through four lead vocalists since Perry parted ways with the band in 1998, has managed to maintain a high profile thanks mostly to the rampant use of Don't Stop Believin' as a rally song by sports franchises.  The song got prime time exposure this fall when the San Francisco Giants featured the anthem by the Bay Area based band in the team's World Series win over the Texas Rangers.
The magazine's web site attributes a Perry request to reassume his role in the band to guitarist Neal Schon, who was quoted in an article in The Daily Star.
ClassicRockMagazine.com

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