Steve Perry’s Vocals Are Out Of This World On Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin” Live In 1981

Journey’s Steve Perry’s voice will forever be placed as one of the most legendary singers of all time. His vocals captivate everyone and even during his live performance, the vocals sound just as good as it does in the studio version.

Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin” is just another perfect example that portrays the perfect vocal of Steve Perry. They released “Don’t Stop Believin” in October 1981, it was the second single from their album “Escape.”

The song became a mega hit and was treated all over in world. This song became their signature song and they even performed it in 1981, in Houston, Texas, where Steve Perry once again showcased how good his vocals were.

It’s unbelievable how he effortlessly sings the song. Perry’s charisma takes over the stage as he hits the first notes. Many also believe that Perry’s live performance is far better than the studio version, and this just might be right.

If you take a look at their YouTube channel, they release their performance of their “Escape” tour, where they sang “Don’t Stop Believin.” Their performance of “Don’t Stop Believing” has over 274 million views, making it one of their most popular video of all time.

They did two shoes on November 5 and November 6 during their tour in Houston. Their Hourston performance really became a night to remember since their second most popular live performance of “Who’s Crying Now” was also recorded during their Houston tour. The song has over 24 million views.

“Don’t Stop Believin” was placed at 10 in the United States and it was certified 18 times Platinum. This became one of Jounrey’s biggest hits ever and portrayed the incredible vocal range of Steve Perry.

Steve Perry was also placed at No. 76 on the 100 Greatest Singers of All Time by Rolling Stone. The song is also considered the best-selling digital track from the 20th Century. The track was a great success and over 7 million copies were sold in the United States.

Journey and Steve Perry were eventually inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2017. In 1987 Steve Perry took a break from touring for his vocal chords and physical health.

Almost after 9 years, Perry joined back with Journey but due to a hip injury and bone disease, he left the band again. Nevertheless, Steve Perry will remain the best vocalist of Journey without any doubt.

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