The Giants, however, could not overcome a 4-1 loss.
Hopefully you aren’t in possession of tickets to see Journey between now and the end of the year.
“Where have you been all this time?” It’s the question Steve Perry attempted to answer when he joined The Eels for a second time on Saturday night (May 31) at a show at Washington D.C.’s Lincoln Theatre.
For those who didn’t stop believing, their wish came true. Journey frontman Steve Perry hit the stage after nearly twenty years to perform a few of his classics.
Vote for your favorite song in this Journey edition of ‘This or That.’
Pick your favorite in this match up between Journey and Rick Springfield. Choose your favorite and we’ll play it at 4 p.m.
“We’re honored to have Journey’s support and Arnel Pineda’s leadership on this incredible donation for WFP’s emergency relief in the Philippines,” said United Nations World Food Programme Chairman Hunter Biden in a press release.
Things are starting to get back to normal at McKinley High after the near tragic events of last week. It’s time for Regionals once again and the New Directions crew is trying to find songs […]
Celine Dion’s first English language album in six years won’t be out until the fall, but she’s already given away a few surprises. Dion was originally supposed to release her new album, Water And A Flame, last year, but […]
Journey guitarist Neal Schon and reality TV star Michaele Salahi are now engaged. Schon called Salahi up on stage last night before a concert at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center in Baltimore, got down on one knee and popped the question. Those in attendance say Salahi broke down in tears and jumped up and down as the band played “Faithfully.”