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Steve Perry photo by Myriam Santos Gene

Steve Perry To Release His First Music In 25 Years

by Paul Cashmere on August 17, 2018

in News

Former Journey frontman Steve Perry will release his first new music in 25 years with the album ‘Traces’.

“I know its been a long time coming”, Perry sings in the opening lines of the first single ‘No Erasin’.

‘No Erasin’ features the unique anthemic sound Perry was known for in Journey and with his solo hits.

Perry’s last album was ‘For the Love of Strange Medicine’ in 1994. The previous album, 10 years earlier, was ‘Street Talk’, featuring the hit song ‘Oh Sherrie’.

TRACES TRACK LIST:
1. No Erasin’
2. We’re Still Here
3. Most Of All
4. No More Cryin’
5. In The Rain
6. Sun Shines Gray
7. You Belong To Me
8. Easy To Love
9. I Need You
10. We Fly

Traces will be released October 5 on on Fantasy/Concord/UMA.

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