Journey's first new studio album in 11 years, Freedom, was released last month. The 15-track collection was recorded mostly remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic, with guitarist Neal Schon overseeing the music with veteran drummer/producer Narada Michael Walden, and keyboardist Jonathan... Read More.
Journey is set to release its first studio album in 11 years in July, but in advance of that record, the band's longtime keyboardist and songwriter Jonathan Cain has delivered his latest faith-based solo effort, Arise. The 11-collection is the sixth full-length spiritual-themed project that... Read More.
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Journey keyboardist and songwriter Jonathan Cain has just released a new EP titled Oh Lord Lead Us, the latest in a series of Christian music projects he's put out in recent years. The six-track collection includes
Journey is putting the finishing touches on their first album of new original material since 2011's Eclipse, and according to band members Neal Schon and Jonathan Cain, the project's got that classic Journey sound -- but with a new twist. Speaking to... Read More.
Journey's classic seventh studio album, Escape, was released 40 years ago this past week. The chart-topping record was Journey's first album to feature keyboardist Jonathan Cain, who left The Babys to join the band, replacing founding member Gregg Rolie. Cain immediately began collaborating with Journey's main... Read More.
By LIBBY CATHEY, ABC News(ATLANTA) -- Herman Cain, American businessman and former Republican candidate for president, has died after being hospitalized with COVID-19 for nearly a month, according to a post on his personal website and a source close to... Read More.
By JON HAWORTH and EMILY SHAPIRO, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- The novel coronavirus pandemic has now killed more than 667,000 people worldwide.Over 17 million people across the globe have been diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the... Read More.