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You might expect Belle & Sebastian to cover the Kinks or Nick Drake or 10cc. You might not expect them to cover the most-covered Journey song ever. But it's impossible to say no to sick kids, and…   Read Story »
MTV isn't the only '80s rock relic turning 30. Released 7/31/81 (a day before the network's launch) on Journey's seventh studio album Escape, "Don't Stop Believin'" would inexplicably go on to be one…   Read Story »
Last month we watched a new Tron: Legacy trailer, which made good on Olivia Wilde's promise that Daft Punk cameo in the movie as ... robot DJs (duh). It was also a chance to hear "Derezzed" from the…   Read Story »
While YouTube-hero and Steve Perry-soundalike Arnel Pineda does his thing with Journey 2010, Steve Perry himself was busy rousing the hometown San Francisco crowd at AT&T Park during the 10/21 Game 5…   Read Story »
It's fitting that Perpetua came upon this, since it was his great interview with Marnie that framed its significance: until now, the ruler of the CMJ '08, Ms. Marnie Stern, has never learned someone…   Read Story »
While you were waiting in line for an iPhone, the exciting world of non-Apple PMPs got rocked today. Say hello to the Journey-themed ZVUE MP3 player, for the Journey fan that needs more than Arnel to…   Read Story »
We're not exaggerating. Journey's still going strong with Arnel Pineda, the guy they found on YouTube to play the part of Steve Perry. We saw the live footage and Pineda sounded like Perry, though he…   Read Story »
You may remember when we wrote about Arnel Pineda, the guy in the Philippines who'd been fronting a Journey-covering band called the Zoo for years, posted some videos showing his great voice on…   Read Story »
Meet the Philippines' Arnel Pineda (that's "pin-eh-da"), the most recent man responsible for encouraging those wonderful YouTubes of nobodys covering somebodys we all love so. Journey's needed a lead…   Read Story »
We know you're sick of a lot of things right now, maybe none more than the finale of the Sopranos, but we have to do this. What started as an e-mail chain about indie anthems that would have been…   Read Story »