You’re just some guy on karaoke night who sang a passable version of “Don’t Stop Believin’” to a kind and slightly drunk audience at the local dive. At thousands of bars in America on any given night, one of Journey’s classic hits is wailing out from worn speakers and people are singing along as best as their intoxication level allows.On morning commutes, at dead end jobs, in food courts, at basketball games, and in the shower, people are singing along too.But he hasn’t stepped onto a stage for almost two decades, as has reported. A few years ago, the Giants unofficially adopted one of Perry’s most beloved hits of all time, “Don’t Stop Believin'”, according to On this occasion, Steve delighted fans with an impromptu performance from the stands near the end of the third game in the playoffs against the Washington Nationals.
If it comes down to it, and he gets inspired by the right types, you'll see him again, on stage. I mainly want to know if he still puts on shows anywhere.
I have only had the great fortune of going to two journey concerts since 2002 and neither of them featured him.
It is no secret to Giants fans that the former lead singer of Journey is a huge fan of the baseball franchise.
The reclusive star has been spotted at several games over the years.
Perry wrote that he fell for psychologist and breast cancer survivor Kellie Nash after seeing her in a cancer TV special and deciding that he simply had to meet her.
"In May of 2011, I was with Patty Jenkins in an editing room as she was putting the final editing touches on what was to be the closing segment of a Lifetime Channel breast cancer special called 'Five,'" he recalled.After a 3 year battle she was in remission for 8 months then it came back in her lungs and bones and now she's Stage 4 fighting for her life.'"Perry was admittedly taken aback. So I said, 'Please send it.'"Once the two met in person, it was love at first sight, and they ended up dating for a year and a half."Yes, we both knew that we were meant to be together.In a lengthy and extremely touching blog post, he revealed that he fell in love with a woman who ended up succumbing to cancer, and that he himself suffered a recent cancer scare." data-reactid="19"Former Journey singer Steve Perry has opened up to fans on his Fan Asylum website for only the second time in 2013.In a lengthy and extremely touching blog post, he revealed that he fell in love with a woman who ended up succumbing to cancer, and that he himself suffered a recent cancer scare.“Anyway You Want It,” “Faithfully,” “Separate Ways,” “Wheel in the Sky,” the list of Journey standards goes on and on.