Journey’s Arnel Pineda Shares Cover Of Jason Wade’s “You Belong To Me”

Journey singer Arnel Pineda has shared a cover of Lifehouse frontman Jason Wade’s “You Belong To Me” from the movie “Shrek.” You can find a video for that below:

Journey’s Arnel Pineda Teams Up With One OK Rock’s Takahiro “Taka” Moriuchi For Quarantine Performance Of “Open Arms”

Journey’s Arnel Pineda and One OK Rock’s Takahiro “Taka” Moriuchi have shared a quarantine performance of Journey’s “Open Arms.” Pineda commented:

“GOOD DAY honor the #legacy of #JOURNEY’s #ESCAPEalbum, specifically #NealSchon #Jonathan Cain #StevePerry #RossValory #SteveSmith…me and my one of a kind & extra exceptional buddy rocker of the amazing band #OneOkRock #Taka decided to jam this song #OpenArms hope you’ll enjoy it folks..and thank you in advance if you ever find yourselves listening and watching it for awhile.. WE HAVE NO INTENTION OF OWNING NOR INFRINGE THE COPYRIGHT OF THIS SONG.. ROCK ON BROTHERS AND SISTERS!!!”

Journey Reveal New Lineup

Journey have officially announced their new lineup. In addition to guitarist Neal Schon, keyboardist Jonathan Cain and vocalist Arnel Pineda, the band now features bassist Randy Jackson, drummer Narada Michael Walden and second keyboardist Jason Derlatka. You can see footage of the new lineup performing a socially distanced version of “Don’t Stop Believin'” as part of UNICEF USA’s “UNICEF We Won’t Stop” virtual event below. This news comes after the group previously fired bassist Ross Valory and drummer Steve Smith for allegedly launching an “ill-conceived corporate coup d’état” to take control of the band’s name. As previously reported, Valory has since countersued.

“Crazy Rich Asians” Director To Helm New Biopic On Journey’s Arnel Pineda

“Crazy Rich Asians” director Jon M. Chu will be making a new movie based on the life story of Journey frontman Arnel Pineda. The film will be produced by Temple Hill’s Marty Bowen and a writer search is currently underway. Warner Bros. has already obtained the rights to the “Don’t Stop Believin’: Everyman’s Journey” documentary on Pineda, but the studio is still negotiating for the licensing of the group’s original songs. Chu told Deadline the following:

“This story in particular has been on my mind since I first read about it years ago. A true fairytale and triumph of the human spirit. An unlikely hero, an undeniable talent, the power of music and a worldwide stage — literally — has all the ingredients I love about movies. Plus I have been a fan of Journey’s music since I can remember. I am excited to be bringing the audience along on this incredible story with my partners at Warner Bros., who have been a leading champion of diverse voices in front and behind the camera.”