Journey ~ Tuesday Tunes

I have always been one to listen to music.  I remember, as a little girl, playing this particular Disneyland record over and over listening to Knick Knack Paddy Whack and It’s a Small World.

When I was in Junior High, I remember listening to Journey, Loverboy, and REO Speedwagon over and over on my Sony Walkman.

Seeing Journey at the Rose Bowl on July 2, 1982 when I was only 12 years old will be a day that I will never forget! I remember there were so many people there on that hot summer day in Southern California.

So for my very first Tuesday Tunes, I will have to go with some tunes from Journey. There is just something special about Steve Perry’s voice that was so soothing and comforting back in the 80′s.  I am one of those diehard fans that just believes that there is only one Steve Perry.  No one can come close to his voice.  He is irreplaceable.  Since I don’t think or expect that he will ever come back on stage, I will have to forever remember seeing him at the Rose Bowl and then the following year at the Forum with Bryan Adams on August 5, 1983.

Open Arms Live from the Rose Bowl, 1982

Escape Live from the Rose Bowl, 1982

If you would like to hear more of Journey’s live music from the Rose Bowl concert, please stop by daspudster01′s Youtube Channel here.

For more Tuesday Tunes, and to link up with your own favorites, head over to Amanda’s latest Tuesday Tunes post on High Impact Mom!

Who would you have liked to have been able to see in concert?

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  1. I would love to have been able to see the Original Sublime and Nirvana. Thanks for linking up and sharing! LOVE these!

  2. I wished I would have gone to a Michael Jackson concert! I always loved & bought his music, but never went to a concert. I also love Journey and I didn’ t see them live. REO was my first concert, followed by Styx!

  3. Although my children tell me that I’m not old thinking of all the music I listened to as a teenager and what has happened to music in the last 30+ years is sad. We went from having Frank Sinatra to Justin Bieber? Seriously?

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