The collaboration between Journey and Bright Star is a perfect match, as the group enjoys one of rock n’ roll’s most loyal fan bases and a long charitable history. The group has long been active with many different charitable organizations including St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, T.J. Martell Foundation/Neil Bogart Memorial Fund and many others.
The group takes its long-time journey to help raise funds and awareness for children’s charities into the new millennium.
Journey is one of the most successful bands in American music history, selling in excess of 40 million albums. They are known for radio hits “Don’t Stop Believin’,” “Open Arms,” and “Faithfully."
Journey members Neal Schon (guitar, vocals), Jonathan Cain (keyboards, vocals), Ross Valory (bass, vocals), Steve Augeri (vocals), and Deen Castronovo (drums, vocals) have partnered with the Bright Star Foundation in an effort to get involved with local children’s charities along the route of their Arrival 2001 World Tour.
“We are so fortunate that the Bright Star Foundation affords us the opportunity to reach out to different children’s charities in every stop along our tour,” said Journey guitarist and founding member, Neal Schon. “We get to give back on a local level to the fans who have been so amazing to us over the years.”
To learn more about Journey and its charitable interests, visit journeymusic.com.