As previously reported, Journey guitarist Neal Schon recently sent a cease-and-desist order to his bandmate Jonathan Cain after the keyboardist performed “Don’t Stop Believin'” with Marjorie Taylor Greene, Kimberly Guilfoyle, and Kari Lake at Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort. Now, Cain has fired back, saying that Schon is the one who is “destroying the Journey brand.”
Cain told Blabbermouth the following:
“Neal Schon should look in the mirror when he accuses me of causing harm to the Journey brand. I have watched him damage our brand for years and am a victim of both his — and his wife’s — bizarre behavior.
Neal sued Live Nation twice, losing both times, and damaging our ability to ever work with them again; Neal outrageously tried to take away trademarks from Steve Perry; Neal and his wife continually insult the professionalism of numerous accountants, road managers, and management firms with endless legal threats and their bullying, toxic, and incoherent emails; Neal argues online with fans who don’t see eye to eye with him; and Neal and his wife recklessly spend JOURNEY’s money until there is none left for operating costs.
If anyone is destroying the JOURNEY brand, it is Neal — and Neal alone.”
For his part, Schon tweeted the following: