Steve Perry will reportedly perform with Journey at tonight's (April 7th) Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY. That may have changed, according to the gossip site TMZ, which is reporting that Perry will be singing on at least one of the three songs Journey is slated to perform during the ceremony; either "Lights", "Separate Ways" or "Don't Stop Believin'".
When the induction was announced on December 20, Journey guitarist Neal Shon told Rolling Stone he has not been in regular contact with Perry, but was hoping he would perform with the band at the ceremony. A TMZ report Friday afternoon claimed Perry "will sing with the band at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony".
"We haven't spoken in years, physically". Harris suggested that this supposed jam ended when Rush finally got inducted a few years ago. That was going really well. "I'd love for him to come up and play but he knows that".
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But a rep for the band has countered those claims, telling EW, "We have just spoken with Steve Perry's manager and he confirmed to us that he will NOT be performing tonight".
Following the ceremony, the band will take some time off and then spend May performing at The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas before hitting the road again this summer. Grunge heroes Pearl Jam and rapper Tupac Shakur will each be inducted in their first year of eligibility, 25 years after the release of their debut albums in 1991.
Journey will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame by Train lead singer, Pat Monahan.