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Steve Perry photo by Myriam Santos Gene

Steve Perry photo by Myriam Santos Gene

Steve Perry Premieres Third Video From Comeback Album ‘Traces’

by Paul Cashmere on September 21, 2018

in News

Steve Perry has released a third video for the ‘Traces’ album. This one is for ‘We’re Still Here’.

‘Traces’ is the Steve Perry comeback album. Perry’s last album was Journey’s ‘Trial By Fire’ in 1996. His last solo album was ‘For The Love of Strange Medicine’ in 1994.

Steve Perry withdrew from the music industry in the late 1990s saying that “my love of music had suddenly left me”. He has been working on ‘Traces’ since 2015.

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