Perry doesn't seem to have any kind of insurmountable beef with with his old group, though and it seems like he'll be joining them onstage for their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame tonight.
Guitarist Neal Schon told TMZ, "I've heard that he's showing up and I've heard that he will not be singing".
It remains unclear if Perry will end that 26-year drought and perform with Journey at the induction ceremony at Brooklyn's Barclays Center, though the band is reportedly open to it. Adding, "Frankly, I gave up on it a long time ago". "Our fans have always acknowledged us, and that's what's most important to me".
The induction will include most of the current lineup of the veteran band as well former members Steve Perry, Gregg Rolie and Aynsley Dunbar and Cain believes that Pineda, who was discovered via YouTube videos would worthy of induction as well, according to ABC.
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Human Rights Commission spokesman Seth Hoy said he could not comment. Jenny Craig said late Tuesday it had pulled its ads from the show.
"We haven't spoken in years, physically. I'd love for him to come up and play but he knows that". Schon calls Cleveland "a rock town".
Whether it's rap, heavy metal, pop or even disco, this year's crop of inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has got you covered. Download the WFMY News 2 App now. Train's Pat Monahan has been tapped to induct them. Journey will be inducted, along with ELO, Joan Baez, Pearl Jam, Tupac Shakur, Yes and Nile Rodgers.
Journey is scheduled for concert tour stop at the Greensboro Coliseum on Monday, June 12.
HBO will broadcast the event on April 29th.