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Guest Juanky

I was hoping for the Hard Rock but I'll be there as well, I absolutely love Journey.

 

(says the guy with Avenged Sevenfold in his sig)

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Guest markotsay7

I'm pretty upset that they're touring with Def Lep, I can't stand them. But, it's Journey, and last year's concert was amazing, so I'll go.

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  • 2 months later...

Bad news, Journey fans:

 

Band Announcements

 

July 6, 2006

 

JOURNEY FORCED TO MAKE LEAD SINGER CHANGE ON NATIONWIDE TOUR

 

Jeff Scott Soto to assume JOURNEY lead singer duties starting on July 7th in Bristow, VA due to Steve Augeri throat infection

 

July 6, 2006 -- Due to a chronic throat infection, Journey’s lead singer, Steve Augeri, has been forced to leave the band’s current nationwide tour with Def Leppard. Jeff Scott Soto, who has previously performed with Journey guitarist Neal Schon, will assume the band’s lead singer duties starting with the July 7th show in Bristow, VA. Steve Augeri’s condition will be closely monitored by his physician to determine when he may be able to rejoin the tour.

 

According to Journey, “Steve’s been suffering with an acute throat condition since before we kicked off the tour with Def Leppard. We were hoping he’d be in well condition to handle the rigors of the road but unfortunately it appears to be a chronic condition requiring total voice rest. We all wish Steve a speedy recovery.�

http://www.journeymusic.com/index2.html

 

 

I think I'll pass on this one -- I didn't get free tickets this time, and I don't feel like paying to get drenched again. :thumbdown

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