This is a very interesting, live telephone interview Steve Perry did with a Denver radio station two years ago. I do not know what FM radio station it was or I'd mention the station's callsign. Talk ranges from the days with Journey (a lot), his solo career, and similar topics. And one good thing about this interview is the DJ is a huge Journey fan too. So he knows his stuff. Steve Perry gets into some personal discussion too that is interesting (at least to me) and he talks well of Neal Schon also.
There's not much to put in the way of details other than it's 57 minutes long and there are no commercials.
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Artist: Steve Perry
Location: Denver, Colorado (unsure where Perry was live from via telephone/I think at home in California)
Type: Radio Interview
Date: January, 2012
Length: 57 minutes
Size: 125 MB
SETLIST: (Doesn't really apply/tracked in 5 minutes segments)
01. Track 01 (5 minutes)
02. Track 02 (5 minutes)
03. Track 03 (5 minutes)
04. Track 04 (5 minutes)
05. Track 05 (5 minutes)
06. Track 06 (5 minutes)
07. Track 07 (5 minutes)
08. Track 08 (5 minutes)
09. Track 09 (5 minutes)
10. Track 10 (5 minutes)
11. Track 11 (5 minutes)
12. Track 12 (remaining minutes)
2012-01-XX Interview (SB/FM)
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As far as I know this was only aired in the Denver area and was not a network, nationwide broadcast.
Being a lifelong Journey fan, everything from 1973 - now, I'm excited to see Perry's been involved in some music project/awards ceremonies this month. Just a few days ago he was part of a drum-off awards ceremony where he actually joined in and sang a small solo part on stage with about 15 or so other artists. It was enough to get me thinking and hoping again he may be doing something (as we keep hearing) in his studio. I guess only time will tell?
One other thing of interest to me is a comment I made a while back ago on Neal Schon's website about this interview. He actually took 90% of what I said and posted it on his (or Journey's) Facebook account which surprised me. The reason I was surprised was because I'd talked about liking Arnel but I still wanted to see Steve Perry in the band again before they called it quits. It's interesting he didn't chop out that part as well as a few other ones. He did cut out the tactfully worded, and without any bootleg connotations, mentioning of the Denver FM shows broadcast live in 1979 I referred to though :-) But they applied to the interview too as Perry talks about them.
Enjoy the interview...
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