Steve Perry Will Reunite With Journey At Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
TMZ reports that members of Journey have confirmed that Steve Perry will join them onstage tonight at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn when the band are inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The band is unsure if Perry would sing, as they said it would be up to him. It was later reported that he would, but representatives for Journey and Perry reportedly no nothing about it. Sources who work with production claim they were told he will perform but top officials for the Hall of Fame also haven’t confirmed it.
One source said: “The wild card is if Perry just decides to sing when he gets onstage.”
The band, with or without Perry, will perform “Lights,” “Separate Ways” and “Don’t Stop Believin’.”
Perry hasn’t performed with the band since 1991. He left in 1987 for a solo career after the release of their album Raised on Radio, which went double platinum. He had a brief reunion four years later during an all-star tribute to music promoter Bill Graham, where he sang a few songs. The two have been going their separate ways ever since.