Neal Schon Says Journey Isn’t Done, Despite Legal Dispute

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Neal Schon says his legal dispute with bandmate Jonathan Cain doesn’t mean the end of Journey.

Schon is suing Cain over a credit card account he says Cain hid from him and used for “excessive spending” on Journey’s dime.

Cain fired back at Schon’s claims, stating, “Since Neal decided to publicize what is going on, I can tell you we will present the evidence to the court that shows that Neal has been under tremendous financial pressure as a result of his excessive spending and extravagant lifestyle, which led to him running up enormous personal charges on the band’s credit card account. When efforts were made to limit his use of the card to legitimate band expenses, Neal unfortunately decided to attack me rather than trying to get his reckless spending under control.”

But Schon says the dispute won’t break up the band. When followers speculated that this could be it for Journey, Schon tweeted “It’s not, I guarantee you” and that “Journey means forever changing”.

However, fans could see a lineup change. In another tweet, Schon pitched the idea of bringing back founding member Gregg Rolie for their upcoming 2023 tour.

 

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