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About Journey: Worlds Apart

Journey’s story, like the band’s varied and exciting discography, has many chapters. Long before “Don’t Stop Believin’” became a zeitgeist-shifting phenomenon, Journey was just a dream that rose from the ashes of Santana. Then they became a juggernaut, selling more than 100 million albums worldwide on the strength of favorites like “Any Way You Want It,” “Open Arms,” and “Separate Ways.” 

But success did not happen overnight, and was not easily maintained. Soaring vocalist Steve Perry eventually completed Journey’s hitmaking sound alongside stalwart guitarist Neal Schon, Gregg Rolie, and then Jonathan Cain. But Perry’s tenure would not last, and this fracture threatened to re-define the band forever. 

Journey: Worlds Apart author Nick DeRiso traces this incredible odyssey through each era, each album, and each tour. This is much more than just the history of Journey; it’s an all-access backstage pass.


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