Neal Schon’s Journey To Freedom
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Journey founding guitarist Neal Schon returns with stories about nearly starting a band with bassist John Entwistle of The Who fame, and how he and Entwistle ended up taking a last-minute trip to Donington to see their pal, Eddie Van Halen and Van Halen play live. Neal talks about Journey’s upcoming 50th Anniversary and how he started the band out of Santana with one-time Santana guitar tech, Herbie Herbert as manager. He reveals who he hopes to bring out on Journey’s 50th Anniversary Tour next year, and why Steve Lukather and Toto were the perfect touring partners this year! Neal speaks to the ever-growing popularity of “Don’t Stop Believin’”, what it was like to perform the song onstage at America’s Got Talent with Kodi Lee, Teddy Swims, and an orchestra, and his friend Sammy Hagar’s reaction to Journey’s new studio album, “Freedom.” Purchase the new Journey album “Freedom”: Big thanks our sponsors! Bosch Tools: learn more at SlingTV: check out for special offers Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Pro: learn more at STAY CONNECTED: TikTok: @TalkIsJericho Instagram: @talkisjericho @chrisjerichofozzy Twitter: @TalkIsJericho @IAmJericho YouTube:
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