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June 1, 2014:
For the second time in a week, Steve Perry joined Eels onstage. This time it was at Washington, D.C.’s historic Lincoln Theatre, with Steve now sitting in on four songs. The video is embedded below

In this latest performance, Steve is rather chatty with the crowd, introducing Eels’ track ‘It’s a Motherf—er’ by solemnly stating, “There is a song that really spoke to me. It is a song about profound loss. I recently lost someone who is the love of my life and I revisited that song. It meant even more to me.”

The overall atmosphere lightens from there, however. Perry shared with those gathered how the perhaps unlikely collaboration between himself and Eels came to fruition:

“For years we have been friends,” Perry says, motioning to Eels leader E. “And for years, we have played croquet, we have gone to dinners, we hang out. ‘Why don’t you come out sometime and sing?’ I haven’t done it in a long time…I want to thank the Eels for getting my ass out and singing with them.”

He then covered Sam Cooke’s ‘Only Sixteen’ before moving on to the same two Journey classics as last week, ‘Open Arms’ and ‘Lovin,’ Touchin,’ Squeezin’.’
"TRIUMPHANT RETURN"...! Ultimate Classic Rock

Steve Perry performed publicly on Sunday, May 25 for the first time since the ’90s in an unusual setting when he made a surprise appearance at a concert by alternative rock band Eels during their show at the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul, MN.

Together, Steve and Eels delivered faithful renditions of Journey’s hits ‘Open Arms,’ and ‘Lovin’, Touchin’, Squeezin’, the latter of which prompted a hearty sing-along from those in attendance. Whether they appreciated that they were witnessing a historic event of sorts or not, the audience ate up every moment of Steve’s appearance on stage.
CBS News-May 29, 2014
The Eels on Steve Perry: We didn't know if he would show

Wall Street Journal (blog)-by John Jurgensen-May 28, 2014
The Story Behind Former Journey Frontman Steve Perry's Return to Stage

Fox News-May 28, 2014
Steve Perry wows crowd after 19 year absence from stage

Radio.com News-May 27, 2014
Watch Steve Perry Hit The Stage For The First Time in 20 Years

Blog-Edmonton Journal (blog)-May 27, 2014
Steve Perry hits the stage for first time in 19 years (with video)

ABC News - May 27, 2014
Ex-Journey Frontman Steve Perry Back on Stage...
RollingStone.com-May 29, 2014
Steve Perry 'Showed Up Unannounced to Rehearsals,' Eels Vocalist ...

Highly Cited-Billboard-May 29, 2014
How Eels Got Steve Perry to Sing Live Again: 'It Was Such a ...

In-Depth-SFGate-May 28, 2014
Eels on Perry: We didn't know if he would show

Hollywood Reporter - May 27, 2014
Steve Perry Performs For the First Time Since 1995 in Surprise Appearance ... 

People Magazine - May 27, 2014
Ex-Journey Frontman Steve Perry Sings Live for the First Time in Over 20 Years ... 

November 14, 2013:
Have you ever wanted to hang out with Steve Perry and have a chat over a cup of coffee? Now is your chance to do just that AND contribute to important cancer care and research.

Steve Perry is donating his time and several autographed items for auctions to benefit City of Hope, one of the countries best cancer hospitals.

Bid now to have coffee with Steve in L.A.

Bid now to take home two LPs & a guitar, autographed & personalized by Steve.

Auctions end Tue Nov 26, 2013.
December 8, 2013:
Rock icon Steve Perry generously donated an opportunity to have coffee with him and personalized, signed guitars in auctions to benefit City of Hope. In total, Steve raised more than $127,000 for the meet & greet opportunity and autographed guitars!
January 22, 2014:
Well a big Hello to everyone. Yes it's that time again and this year it's the big 55. { ha }
Kinda not feeling too up about my birthday but I just was told about some very kind and loving posts that really are helping me, thank you!
One coffee birthday morning, I was telling Kellie that my body was aching and this getting old thing is getting ruff. 
She looked at me and smiled and said, "Honey … I would Love to get Old."
Well that kinda puts it in perspective. 

A drummer friend of mine, Steve Ferrone, was going to be inducted into the Guitar Center Walk of Fame, and he had told me that Hamish Stuart {one of my favorite lead voices of all time who was in The Average White Band} was going to fly here from Scotland and that I should come down to rehearsal and meet him. Well I was not going to miss that. Then he said that Questlove was not only going to be playing drums too, he was going to do the induction. Holy S*#T I thought……… So I went to rehearsals and in the middle of a run though Steve stopped the band cause he was not happy with the Background vocals of "Person To Person."
I knew what part they were missing but kept my mouth shut………. 
Well…….. At least for a bit. 
Then after they ran though all the tunes……. Questlove showed up and in the middle of the next run through of "Person To Person," I had a musical Tourettes moment and jumped up to a mike and sang the part I felt was missing. 
They all turned around and said…... AHHHH HAAHH!!
At the end of the song Steve Ferrone said in his heavy English accent, "Dats Zit, Your In Dha Band, You've passed the au-di-tion." 
Then they gave me 2 more tunes to sing BGz and play cowbell on. 
Walking out on that stage was a great thrill ……. I loved it so very much…… 
There was soooo much feel and pocket between Steve and Questlove and the band. 
Just about as much feel and pocket that one Portagee boy could ever feel at one time……. SOOOOO GOOD.

Thanks again for all my birthday well wishes and the Love that you all have sent my way……

"You are the Faithful Ones"

Thank You.

Steve Perry
January 22, 2013:
I’d like to thank everyone for their well wishes for my birthday. There is so much I’d like to share with you, but that will have to happen at another time.

My birthday present this year was meeting June Foray. She's a cartoon voice over legend – I love all of her work! She was and is the voice of Rocky the flying squirrel and many other female voices on The Rocky & Bullwinkle Show, and she also did many voices for Disney, Hanna-Barbera and Warner Brothers cartoons, too! When I was a kid, she was my hero. Her characters were gentle and loving voices – voices I so needed in my childhood. It’s safe to say that her work got me through many tough times as a kid. 

Thanks, June...You’re the best!
When the scene was over I said to Patty, "Can you roll to the top of that opening scene for me?" Patty asked, "Is something wrong?" I said, "No. I want to see something."

As the camera again crossed Kellie's smile I asked her to freeze right there.……. I asked Patty who that was. She said, "That's Kellie Nash, a PHD Psychologist who was diagnosed with breast cancer, had a double mastectomy and she's doing a cameo appearance."

I asked if Patty had her email, She said, "Yes" but looked at me strange because she knows I don't do that. I asked if she would send Kellie an email that your friend Steve would love to take her to coffee or lunch sometime.

Read Steve's entire message here...

June 6, 2013:
As I said in my last birthday message January 2013, "There's so much more I'd like to share with you but that will have to come at another time"........ 

Well, I guess the time is now!.......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." As the opening scenes camera panned across an outside hospital patio, a narrator's voice commented on their lives and their types of cancer. The camera came across this girl sitting there laughing….. I saw her smile.
September 6, 2012:
Universal Publishing Signs Steve Perry Deal
by Tim Ingham @ MusicWeek

Don’t Stop Believin’ hitmaker Steve Perry has signed an exclusive publishing administration agreement with Universal Music Publishing Group for the world outside of the US and Canada.

The deal includes all songs written or co-written by Perry throughout his career, including as lead singer of Journey and his solo work.

“One of the greatest voices in the history of rock also wrote or co-wrote some of rocks greatest songs. We couldn’t be prouder that he has chosen to bring those songs to UMPG. We look forward to working with him on both his iconic catalog and his new songs,” said Zach Horowitz, Chairman & CEO, Universal Music Publishing Group. 

Steve Perry said, “I so look forward to being a part of the Universal Music Publishing Group. I know they really get what songs are about and they still believe in the magic of music."

As the lead singer of Journey and in his solo career, Perry is responsible for writing or co-writing tracks such as Oh Sherrie, Any Way You Want It, Foolish Heart, Separate Ways (Worlds Apart), Open Arms, Lovin’, Touchin’, Squeezin,’ and Who's Crying Now.

Read the entire article here.
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Label: Columbia / Released: 1984
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