JOURNEY has announced the addition of bassist Randy Jackson and drummer Narada Michael Walden band
The new training JOURNEY is already listed and has published a version socially distant from “Don’t Stop Believin ‘” for the virtual event UNICEF USA “UNICEF We Won’t Stop”, that was transmitted on Saturday 23 may.Also appeared with the band is keyboardist and vocalist Jason Derlatka.
Jackson is no stranger to the JOURNEY, as it was previously played with the band from 1985 to 1987 and appeared on the album “Raised On Radio” 1986. Walden is a musician and producer, Grammy winner who has previously worked with artists such as Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey and Aretha Franklin. He was honored with Grammy Awards for “Producer of the year” in 1987, “Album of the year” by the soundtrack of the movie “The Bodyguard” and “the Song R&B of the year” by “Freeway Of Love” Franklin. He has also worked with Jeff Beck, THE TEMPTATIONS, Regina Belle, Lionel Richie and Elton John, among many others.
On 3 march, the founding member and lead guitarist of JOURNEY, Neal Schon and keyboardist Jonathan Cain filed a lawsuit against the bass player can see Ross valory and drummer Steve Smith, who has been a member of JOURNEY since we formed the band in 1973, alleging that the two attempted a “coup” to gain control of the brand JOURNEY. The demand asks for more than $ 10 million in damages, accuses Smith and Value of holding a meeting “inappropriate” shareholders and boards of directors in February during which they expelled Cain and Schon in positions of leadership in Nightmare Productions under the assumption “incorrect” that the company owned the rights to the name JOURNEY. A month later, Value offset to Schon and Cain, accusing them of breach of contract and cause emotional distress. You are searching for “compensatory damages for past and future”. Also he is asking a judge to determine who has rights on the name of the band JOURNEY.
Earlier this month, JOURNEY canceled their tour norteamericana 2020 announced earlier due to the pandemic of coronavirus that is sweeping the world. It was assumed that the hike of 60 dates with THE PRETENDERS would begin on may 15 in Ridgefield, Washington.