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Journey Don't Need Reunion With Steve Perry For Success Says Schon

08/31/2016
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(Classic Rock) Journey guitarist Neal Schon says any future reunion with classic-era singer Steve Perry couldn't make the band any more successful than they currently are.

Speculation has ebbed and flowed over the years that Perry - who returned to the stage in 2014 and is currently working on a solo album - might one day rejoin the band he fronted from 1977 to 1987 and 1995 to 1998.

But Schon argues that, while he'd still be willing to discuss the move, it wouldn't mean the band would generate more cash. The guitarist tells Freep.com: "What people don't understand is that we couldn't possibly be doing better right now, even if he was with us.

"It's taken a lot of hard work to build it back up, but you know what? We're here again. We're sitting there. And management is the first to tell me it couldn't possibly be bigger." Read more here.

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