Steve Perry

Born: January 22, 1949 - 53
Hanford, CA, USA

Steve Perry has always had an instantly recognizable voice. Throughout the 70’s, he fronted the wildly popular light rock band Journey, and in the eighties, he enjoyed a moderately successful solo career. He has produced a couple of hit singles, such as 1984's "Oh Sherry." He had a hit duet with Kenny Loggins in 1982, entitled "Don't Fight It." Throughout the late 80’s, the 90’s, and the new millennium, however, he has remained silent except for 1994’s For the Love of Strange Medicine, which featured the sleeper hit “You Better Wait.” In 1998, his label released his Greatest Hits collection.

Instruments Played / Skills:
Vocals Songwriter

Stadium Rock Hard Rock Pop/Top40

Bands That Steve Perry Has Played For:
Journey (1977-1996)

Steve Perry Has Worked With:
Neal Schon Aynsley Dunbar Waddy Wachtel Steve Smith
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"Energy is what you need in rock 'n' roll. Energy and three chords."

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