Journey has reappeared with a new rhythm section that substitutes can see Ross valory and Steve Smith, whose expulsion from the band was announced early last month march. This is Randy Jackson (bass) and Narada Michael Walden (drums).
The reappearance of the band has been materialized with a version of confinement of the classic Don’t Stop Believin’ intended for a event Unicef. In this theme, the group also features keyboardist and vocalist Jason Derlatka.
Randy Jackson has already played with Journey from 1985 to 1987 and left his mark on the disk Raised On Radio (1986). Narada Michael Walden, for his part, in addition to being a musician is a producer and has worked with artists such as Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, Aretha Franklin, Jeff Beck, The Temptation, Regina Belle, Lionel Richie, Elton John…
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