Journey’s fans don’t stop singing along as their world tour stops in Bossier City, Louisiana

Last night Journey stopped by the Centurylink Center in Bossier City on their 2017 world tour. They kicked the night off with one of their biggest hits “Separate Ways” and immediately had the entire arena filled with people of every age going crazy and singing along. Frontman Arnel Pineda showcased his powerful vocals singing Journey’s classic hits back from their 1978 album “Infinity” to their 1986 album “Raised on Radio”. A beautiful piano Medley by keyboardist Jonathan Cain was played which consisted of the iconic melodies from “When You Love a Woman” and “Send Her My Love.”

Towards the middle of the set, guitarist Neal Schon played a bluesy guitar intro which transitioned into another one of Journey’s biggest hits “Lights” which he dedicated to the original frontman Steve Perry. He later played a guitar solo which consisted of a gorgeous rendition of “Amazing Grace”. Another solo later in the show was from the drummer, Steve “The Magician” Smith which was absolutely incredible, he definitely earned the nickname for a reason.

At the end of the night, they of course performed their most iconic and famous hit “Don’t Stop Believing” and ended it with the atmosphere filled with loud singing, screaming and bursts of confetti before finally ending the night with their encore “Lovin’, Touchin’, Squeezin'”. Needless to say, Journey is made up of some of the most talented musicians with some of the most dedicated fans and it was overall a fantastic, fun night for everyone.

Sonni Reese

Sonni Reese is a self-taught photographer based in northern Louisiana. She has been a photographer since the age of 16 and began concert photography in 2013.

One comment on Journey’s fans don’t stop singing along as their world tour stops in Bossier City, Louisiana

  1. Edzel says:

    FYI steve smith’s nickname is “machine gun” and originally it was keyboardist gregg rollie handling lead vocals although he was not in the “front” until steve perry was hired in 1977

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Journey’s fans don’t stop singing along as their world tour stops in Bossier City, Louisiana

Last night Journey stopped by the Centurylink Center in Bossier City on their 2017 world tour. They kicked the night off with one of their biggest hits “Separate Ways” and immediately had the entire arena filled with people of every age going crazy and singing along. Frontman Arnel Pineda showcased his powerful vocals singing Journey’s classic hits back from their 1978 album “Infinity” to their 1986 album “Raised on Radio”. A beautiful piano Medley by keyboardist Jonathan Cain was played which consisted of the iconic melodies from “When You Love a Woman” and “Send Her My Love.”

Towards the middle of the set, guitarist Neal Schon played a bluesy guitar intro which transitioned into another one of Journey’s biggest hits “Lights” which he dedicated to the original frontman Steve Perry. He later played a guitar solo which consisted of a gorgeous rendition of “Amazing Grace”. Another solo later in the show was from the drummer, Steve “The Magician” Smith which was absolutely incredible, he definitely earned the nickname for a reason.

At the end of the night, they of course performed their most iconic and famous hit “Don’t Stop Believing” and ended it with the atmosphere filled with loud singing, screaming and bursts of confetti before finally ending the night with their encore “Lovin’, Touchin’, Squeezin'”. Needless to say, Journey is made up of some of the most talented musicians with some of the most dedicated fans and it was overall a fantastic, fun night for everyone.

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