What makes this Toronto-based band international? According to their bio, the band “operates Internationally between North and Central America at casinos, cruise ships, festivals, theaters and corporate events.” So there. The band aims to re-create the Steve Perry era of Journey, i.e. every fan’s favorite era of Journey, with projections, costume changes — jeans, neon polyester animal print shirts and tuxedo jackets are costumes now — and plenty of audience interactivity.
Absolute Journey, a tribute band to San Francisco rockers Journey, rocked the Peterborough Musicfest on Saturday night.
The Toronto-based cover band performed their interpretations of such Journey hits as Don't Stop Believing, Lovin' Touchin' Squeezin' and Anyway You Want It. [...]
Riccardo Curzi may be biased, but he believes Journey’s induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this year was long overdue.
“People labeled them as commercial music,” he said during a telephone interview from Toronto. “They were doing music they were feeling from within. Why should they be criticized for being successful? They were a phenomenon. We believe they are one of the most fundamental bands in American history, so why not put them in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?”
This is the fifth year in a row that an outdoor show will be held in downtown St. Joseph. Please note that it is Absolute Journey Tribute, a tribute band to Journey, that will perform the second half of the evening while the performance of Styx is expected by 8pm [...]
And it's a wrap on the 2016 Canal Music Fest! This year's event was held on June 11, 2016 in 90°+ temperatures… but that did not stop anybody! We had our most successful event to date with 4,000+ folks in attendance to party with us and Absolute Journey Tribute!
The Absolute Journey Tribute show dusted off some of classic rock's most recognizable songs at the Isle Casino Cape Girardeau.
Absolute Journey's vocalist, Riccardo Curzi's voice is uncannily similar to Journey's original singer, Steve Perry, which was a treat for longtime fans such as Michael and Mary Ellen Wozniak. [...]