Journey has sold over 75 million albums, and the song from which this book took its title - "Don't Stop Believin'" - was recently named the most downloaded song ever. In the mid-'80s, they lost lead singer Steve Perry - the voice behind the hits - and several years ago they enlisted Perry soundalike Arnel Pineda to become the band's frontman. All of those elements and many more are discussed in this first in-depth biography on the band.
The author meticulously traces the history of the band from their origins in 1973 through current-day projects. He covers the numerous lineup changes, their albums, tours, and all the politics and behind-the-scenes controversies that have been a part of the group's history.
To this day, Journey continues to record -- they just released Eclipse, their 14th album -- and tour, and this book puts all of that in perspective. The author has accessed a back catalog of interviews previously conducted by other writers and assembled this research in 255 pages of well-written and compelling narrative. Everything you wanted to know about Journey is contained within these pages, and whether you're a hardcore fan or just a casual listener, Don't Stop Believin' will grab you from the first page.