Raised on Radio
Tour Promo
Raised on Radio
Why Can’t This Night Go On Forever
I’ll Be Alright Without You
Be Good To Yourself
Girl Can’t Help It
Lovin‘ Touchin’ Squeezin’ & Jailhouse Rock
Let It Rock You
(1985 DEMO)

Journey’s Raised On Radio is the Bands’ tribute to an institution that carried each of the band members through their growing up periods-the radio. Hearing music on the radio holds something special for each of them, and most likely for you too. When you hear a certain song, it reminds you of a moment-your freshman year, a special summer, when you first met someone, the pain of breaking up, of the backseat of a car. Moments are made permanent when they are connected to a song you heard on the radio.

Radio is a very personal experience, for it has no pictures; you are allowed to let your imagination run wild. You can visualize for yourself what you hear.

Radio has linked the world for decades and carries a great power. As an example, on the night before Halloween in 1938, H.G. Wells’ science fiction thriller “War Of The Worlds” was broadcast on the radio. Read in the style of an emergency news broadcast, it described an army invasion of New Jersey by Martians. The radio play was done with such realism and conviction, hundreds of thousands of people’s imagination got the best of them. They really thought they were being invaded by Mars, and a huge panic was caused throughout the country.

Radio helps trace time of your country and the times of your life. From the worst to the best events in your life, you always remember what had been going on when you hear a certain song. Radio has and will continue to take you on a journey of magic times,

So put the top down on your car and take a long long drive in the country with that radio blasting-you’ll be creating magic moments for the future. And feeling is what Journey wanted to capture with Raised On Radio-those golden moments that only your imagination can conjure up.

Steve Perry: Lead Vocals
Possessing probably the most identifiable voice in contemporary music today, Steve’s vocal range goes virtually unchallenged among his peers. One minute he’s rocking with the intensity of a 7.3 earthquake, and the next, he’s effortlessly seducing an audience with a passionate ballad. He doesn’t just sing words, he caresses and colors them. That’s one of the reasons he was asked to sing a solo verse for We Are The World. Steve’s flawless production on Raised on Radio (as well as his double platinum solo effort, Street Talk) highlights yet another facet of the multi-talented singer/composer. With this tour, he’ll once again prove he is the ultimate showmanand the best at what he does.

Neal Schon: Lead Guitar and Vocals
Neal is somewhat of a guitar chameleon. By the participants’ own admission, Neal’s solo on the hard rocking Hear `N Aid project completely smoked. Several days later, he traded licks, stood toe to toe, and poured hi soul into an extended jam with B.B. King. And it’s Neal that provided the instrumental trademark on Raised On Radio. He shines, soars and throws in an inventive guitar explosion whenever it’s appropriate. His diverse playing styles are just examples of his complete mastery of the guitar. He provides the stylish counterpoint while his guitar strings spit fire. Neal’s obsession with his instrument has even inspired him to design and create his own guitar. You’ve heard it on record, now you’ll see it live

Jonathan Cain: Keyboards, Guitars and Vocals
When Jonathan joined the band in 1980, he brought with him an abundance of enthusiasm, skill and most of all, boundless talent. His musical contributions to Raised on Radio are evident on every cut, breathing life into every song. His swirling keyboard passages and pulsating synthesizers have become just as identifiable as Steve’s voice and Neal’s guitar. A prolific songwriter, Jonathan not only co-wrote every song on Raised on Radio, but even contributed songs to Heart, Loverboy, Black N’ Blue and Jimmy Barnes this past year. His energy is astounding. His talent is staggering.

Mike Baird: Drums
Journey auditioned a lot of drummers before Mike walked through the door. But once “Pooh Bear” beat the skins, the long search was over. Recognized as on of the top drummers in the industry, Mike is renown for his powerful muscular technique and is probably the closet thing to a human metronome there is. A seasoned rock `n’ roll veteran, Mike’s played with such artist as Rod Stewart, Hall & Oates, Rick Springfield, Eddie Money, Tina Turner and countless others. He’s energy in motion-and one helluva nice guy.

Randy Jackson: Bass, Keyboards and Vocals
No, he doesn’t have a famous brother named Michael. And Yes, he is without a doubt the most sought-after bass player in the country. For the past eight years, Randy has been laying down the rock solid foundation upon which mountains of hits have been built. Whitney Houston, Aretha Franklin, Lionel Richie and Journey have known it. So have jazz luminaries Billy Cobham, Herbie Hancock and Jean-Luc Ponty. Randy plays it all-and he does it with a fluid style all his own. Listen, watch and enjoy.

August 23, 1986 – Calaveras County Fairgrounds. Angels Camp, CA (Mt. Aire Festival) – The Outfield, Andy Taylor, Honeymoon Suite

September 10, 1986 – Memorial Coliseum Portland, OR – The Outfield

September 11, 1986 – Memorial Coliseum Portland, OR – The Outfield

September 13, 1986 – Seattle Center Coliseum. Seattle, WA – The Outfield

September 14, 1986 – Seattle Center Coliseum. Seattle, WA – The Outfield

September 16, 1986 – BSU Pavilion. Boise, ID – The Outfield

September 17, 1986 – Salt Palace. Salt Lake City, UT – The Outfield

September 19, 1986 – McNichols Sports Arena. Denver, CO – The Outfield

September 20, 1986 – Bob Devaney Sports Center. Lincoln, NE – Glass Tiger

September 22, 1986 – Kemper Arena. Kansas City, MO – Honeymoon Suite

September 25, 1986 – Met Stadium, Bloomington, MN – Glass Tiger

September 26, 1986 – Mecca. Milwaukee, WI – Glass Tiger

September 28, 1986 – Market Square Arena. Indianapolis, IN – Glass Tiger

September 30, 1986 – Kiel Center. St. Louis, MO – Glass Tiger

October 1, 1986 – Freedom Hall. Louisville, KY – Glass Tiger

October 2, 1986 – Riverfront Coliseum. Cincinnati ,OH – Glass Tiger

October 4, 1986 – Rosemont Horizon. Chicago, IL – Glass Tiger

October 5, 1986 – Assembly Hall, Champaign, Illinois – Glass Tiger

October 8, 1986 – Joe Louis Arena. Detroit ,MI – Glass Tiger

October 9, 1986 – Joe Louis Arena. Detroit, MI – Glass Tiger

October 11, 1986 – Richfield Coliseum. Cleveland, OH – Glass Tiger

Full Concert Audio 10.11.1986

October 12, 1986 – Richfield Coliseum. Cleveland, OH – Glass Tiger

October 14, 1986 – Philadelphia Spectrum. Philadelphia, PA – Glass Tiger

October 15, 1986 – Philadelphia Spectrum. Philadelphia, PA – Glass Tiger 

Full Concert Audio 10.15.1986 

October 18,1986 – Buffalo Memorial Auditorium. Buffalo, NY – Glass Tiger

October 19, 1986 – Civic Arena. Pittsburgh, PA – Glass Tiger

October 20, 1986 – Civic Arena. Pittsburgh, PA – Glass Tiger

October 22, 1986 – Capitol Center. Landover, MD – Glass Tiger

October 23, 1986 – Capitol Center. Landover, MD – Glass Tiger

October 25, 1986 – Meadowlands Arena. E. Rutherford, NJ – Glass Tiger

October 26, 1986 – Meadowlands Arena. E. Rutherford, NJ – Glass Tiger

October 28, 1986 – Meadowlands Arena. E. Rutherford, NJ – Glass Tiger

October 30, 1986 – The Centrum. Worcester, MA – Glass Tiger

Full Concert Audio 10.30.1986

October 31, 1986 – The Centrum. Worcester, MA – Glass Tiger

November 2, 1986 – Civic Center. Providence, RI – Glass Tiger

November 3, 1986 – Hartford Civic Center. Hartford, CT – Glass Tiger

November 4, 1986 – Hartford Civic Center. Hartford, CT – Glass Tiger

November 6, 1986 – Hampton Coliseum. Hampton, VA – Glass Tiger

November 8, 1986 – Civic Center. Charleston, WV – Glass Tiger

November 9, 1986 – Civic Center. Roanoke, VA – (show canceled)

November 11, 1986 – The Coliseum. Richmond, VA – (show canceled)

November 13, 1986 – Greensboro Coliseum. Greensboro, NC – Glass Tiger

November 14, 1986 – Charlotte Coliseum. Charlotte, NC – Glass Tiger

November 15, 1986 – Carolina Coliseum. Columbia, SC – Glass Tiger

November 18, 1986 – The Omni. Atlanta, GA – Glass Tiger

November 19, 1986 – The Omni. Atlanta, GA – Glass Tiger

November 21, 1986 – Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum. Jacksonville, FL – Glass Tiger

November 22, 1986 – Civic Center. Lakeland, FL – Glass Tiger

November 23, 1986 – Hollywood Sportatorium. Hollywood, Fl – No Opening Act

November 28, 1986 – UTC Arena. Chattanooga, TN – Glass Tiger

November 29, 1986 – Mid-South Coliseum. Memphis, TN – Glass Tiger

November 30, 1986 – Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Centrum. Birmingham, AL – Glass Tiger

December 2, 1986 – Reunion Arena. Dallas, TX – Glass Tiger

December 3, 1986 – Reunion Arena. Dallas, TX – Glass Tiger

December 4, 1986 – Myriad Convention Center. Oklahoma City, OK – Glass Tiger

December 6, 1986 – Hirsch Memorial Coliseum. Shreveport, LA – Glass Tiger

December 7, 1986 – Gulf Coast Coliseum. Biloxi, MS – Glass Tiger

December 9, 1986 – University of New Orleans. New Orleans, LA – Glass Tiger

December 10, 1986 – The Summit. Houston, TX – Glass Tiger

December 12, 1986 – Erwin Special Events Center. Austin, TX – Glass Tiger

December 14, 1986 – Veterans Memorial Coliseum . Phoenix, AZ – Glass Tiger

December 15, 1986 – Veterans Memorial Coliseum . Phoenix, AZ – Glass Tiger

December 16, 1986 – Tucson Community Center. Tucson, AZ – Glass Tiger

December 20, 1986 – Cow Palace. San Francisco, CA – Glass Tiger

December 21, 1986 – Cow Palace. San Francisco, CA – Glass Tiger

December 26, 1986 – Long Beach Arena. Long Beach, CA – Glass Tiger

December 27, 1986 – Long Beach Arena. Long Beach, CA – Glass Tiger

December 29, 1986 – Selland Arena. Fresno, CA – Glass Tiger

December 30, 1986 – San Diego Sports Arena. San Diego, CA – Glass Tiger

December 31, 1986 – Long Beach Arena. Long Beach, CA – Glass Tiger

Full Concert Audio 12.31.1986

January 2, 1987 – Selland Arena. Fresno, CA – Glass Tiger

January 4, 1987 – San Diego Sports Arena. San Diego, CA – Glass Tiger

January 15, 1987 – Blaisdell Arena. Honolulu, HI

January  17, 1987 – Blaisdell Arena. Honolulu, HI

January  18, 1987 – Blaisdell Arena. Honolulu, HI

January 21, 1987 – Sullivan Arena. Anchorage, Alaska

January 22, 1987 – Sullivan Arena. Anchorage, Alaska

January 23, 1987 – Sullivan Arena. Anchorage, Alaska

January 30, 1987 – Japan

January 31, 1987 – Japan