It's Journey's Jonathan Cain
Jonathan has called Nashville home for the past four years, and one thing he has done is energize our local Make a Wish. Listen to the story that changed his life.
Mr. Alan White on the Drums!
Jon Anderson has been the voice of a generation, being out front as the vocalist for Yes.
My 'classic' Yes line-up was Jon Anderson, Chris Squire, Steve Howe, Rick Wakeman and Alan White. WOW! What a talented band.
There have been many line-up changes over the years, and right now Yes tours with a guy who might sound a lot like Jon Anderson, but has turned that band into a tribute act.
Jon Anderson has been recording new music that you can check out, "Survival and Other Stories."
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If you liked Sam Kinison, you'll love Bill Burr.
Here's Bill in the studio: Bill Burr
This is how I became Joe Elvis.
We Rock it for the ride home.
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I was bit by the 'Infinity' album, and I've been a Journey fan ever since. I remember seeing Journey and The Baby's at Municipal Auditorium in 1980.
Ironically, that was the audition tour where Jonathan Cain would move on and join Journey. It was cool to have him in the studio.
Some of the most familiar piano hooks come from the hands of Jonathan Cain. Don't Stop Believing, Who's Crying Now, Open Arms, Faithfully, you name it, Jonathan has had a huge impact on the band.
If you didn't know, Jonathan calls Nashville home, and we're lucky to have a great rock icon here in the city.
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