Journey Through Time (Live) Neal Schon

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  • 1I'm Gonna Leave You (Live)08:09
  • 2Look into the Future (Live)08:35
  • 3Kohoutek (Live)07:49
  • 4Daydream (Live)05:43
  • 5La Do La (Live)04:54
  • 6Line of Fire (Live)03:45
  • 7Walks Like a Lady (Live)07:15
  • 8Feelin' That Way (Live)03:53
  • 9Anytime (Live)04:36
  • 10Lights (Live)03:25
  • 11Still They Ride (Live)04:23
  • 12Separate Ways (Live)05:23
  • 13Lovin' Touchin Squeezin (Live)06:19
  • 14Wheel in the Sky (Live)05:43
  • 15Patiently - Trial by Fire - Stay Awhile (Live)06:45
  • 16Mystery Mountain (Live)04:59
  • 17Of a Lifetime (Live)07:32
  • 18Just the Same Way (Live)04:01
  • 19Lovin' You is Easy (Live)06:20
  • 20Lady Luck (Live)04:04
  • 21You're on Your Own (Live)07:40
  • 22Hustler (Live)03:46
  • 23Nickle and Dime (Live)05:02
  • 24People (Live)06:18
  • 25Mother Father (Live)05:53
  • 26Any Way You Want It (Live)03:59
  • 27Don't Stop Believin' (Live)05:09
  • 28Black Magic Woman (Live)08:45
  • 29Oye Como Va (Live)04:31
  • Total Runtime02:44:36

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Neal Schon, founding member of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inducted band Journey, is proud to present ‘Neal Schon’s Journey Through Time’ along with two time Rock and Roll hall of fame inductee and former Journey and Santana band-mate, Gregg Rolie. Schon and Rolie debuted Journey Through Time in February 2018 at The Independent in San Francisco to a sold out crowd, performing songs spanning Journey’s entire catalog – including the first three albums Journey, Look Into The Future, and Next.

Journey Through Time will hit the road in February 2019 for the first time, celebrating the band’s legendary catalog and rich history. Returning to their roots, the band will showcase songs from the very beginning – plus pay tribute to your favorite classic hits. Joining Schon and Rollie will be former Journey member Deen Castronovo on vocals and drums, Marco Mendoza (Thin Lizzy, Whitesnake) on bass and multi-instrumentalist Chris Collins.

“We’re really going to play anything that’s in our repertoire – anything that Journey has recorded,” says Schon. “I plan on mixing it up a lot and not playing the same set. Stuff from our first three records – we’re going to update that a little bit – and have some fun jamming!”

Multi Grammy-nominated Schon founded Journey in 1972 and remains the sole consistent member, having participated in every album and tour to date. Schon was also a member of Santana and has performed with a variety of other acts including Bad English, Jan Hammer and HSAS. He has released 10 solo albums including his latest, Vortex. His guitar style has been described as soulful and melodic, admired by such fellow legends as Eric Clapton and Prince; the latter reportedly asked for Schon’s blessing to release “Purple Rain” which echoed a similar sound to Journey’s “Faithfully.”

Journey’s worldwide sales have reached over 100 million records, making them one of the world’s best-selling bands of all time. Chart-topping hits such as “Don’t Stop Believin­’,” “Open Arms,” “Lights,” “Faithfully,” and “When You Love a Woman” are regarded as some of the defining notes of the rock & rock musical canon.

Neal Schon, guitar Gregg Rolie, keyboards, vocals Marco Mendoza, bass Deen Castronovo, drums, vocals John Varn, keyboards, vocals

Neal Schon
The longtime guitarist for arena rockers Journey, Neal Schon was born February 27, 1954 in San Mateo, CA; a child prodigy, he joined Santana at age 17, making his debut on 1971's III LP. In 1973 Schon co-founded Journey with fellow Santana alum Gregg Rolie; although the group's early records favored a largely instrumental, progressive rock-influenced approach, with the 1978 addition of frontman Steve Perry their commercial fortunes ascended as slick hard rock hits like "Wheel in the Sky," "Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin'," and "Anyway You Want It" became FM radio staples. In 1981, Schon teamed with keyboardist Jan Hammer for the fusion-inspired Untold Passion; that same year, Journey achieved mega-stardom with the release of the chart-topping Escape, which yielded the Top Ten hits "Who's Crying Now," "Open Arms," and "Don't Stop Believin'." A second collaboration with Hammer, Here to Stay, followed in 1983, with Schon soon rejoining Journey for the smash Frontiers; however, despite the success of 1986's Raised on Radio, he left the band in 1989, recording the solo effort Late Nite before forming the supergroup Bad English with singer John Waite. After two LPs, Bad English imploded, and in late 1993, he joined the reformed Journey, issuing the acoustic solo outing Beyond the Thunder two years later. The two-disc Electric World followed in 1997, and in 1999 Schon returned with Piranha Blues. (Jason Ankeny, AMG)

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