It was Randy Jackson who put Steve in touch with Lincoln Brewster after hearing that Steve was looking for a guitarist. These are just rumors as Steve Perry has yet to confirm this publicly. Without the presence of his father, Steve still had the support of his mother and his grandfather, Manuel Quaresma, who became a very big influence in his life. After few years of his birth, his parents got divorced and he moved in with his mother and grandparents. Steve also hit the satellite and radio circuit promoting his new album appearing on Jonesy's Jukebox and radio stations on the east and west coasts as well as in England. July 19 marked the 24th anniversary of For the Love of Strange Medicine. While on a hike he developed some health issues that eventually stopped the band in it’s tracks and halted a tour. While rehearsing for drummers Moyes Lucus Jr. knocked on the door and asked for an audition to play.

Aug 10, 2013 - Steve Perry with daughter,Shamela and grandson Jul 25, 2014 - Steve Perry - daughter Shamila and one of his two grandsons The relationship between him and his girlfriend Sherri Swafford didn’t work out and caused him much heartache.

The song attained topmost position in the US rock charts and received heavy airplay on MTV.

He went back to his life.

After hearing the Alien Project demo Herbie Herbert insisted that Steve was joining the band and told the members to “Get used to it.” It was Gregg Rollie who made the call asking Steve to join him and Neal in writing some tunes together. Following this, Perry released his first solo album ‘Street talk’ which included his first biggest hit as a solo artist, ‘Oh Sherrie’, written for his then-girlfriend Sherrie Swafford. In 2005, he did many background vocals and covers along with the ‘Ambrosia’s lead vocalist, David Pack. Steve asked Patty to scroll back so that he could see her smile again. It won the battle of the bands in Calaveras outshining 80 other bands. After all those years his fans were still there waiting…welcoming him home with open arms as Steve himself was once again Home. After hearing the Alien Project demo Herbie Herbert insisted that Steve was joining the band and told the members to “Get used to it.” It was Gregg Rollie who made the call asking Steve to join him and Neal in writing some tunes together. In September Steve attended a cancer fundraising event at Dana Farber in Boston Mass., where he helped raise money for cancer and where his foundation also made a donation to the fight against cancer. "Monster" movie premiere a few years ago (Google Monster Movie Following his mother’s death in 1987, Steve took a 7-year hiatus returning in 1994 with a new album titled For The Love of Strange Medicine. Short on money Steve considered his options and took a job with his stepfather Marv building sheds on a turkey ranch. Steve led his former band mates in thanking the fans for their love and support.October of 2005 Steve Perry experienced every man’s dream when he was invited to attend Game One of the World Series with the Chicago White Sox. So for one week Steve joined Journey on the road where he and Neal wrote the song Patiently.

In 1984, he released his first solo album, ‘Street Talk’, which was his biggest hit as a solo artist.

Steven recalled that early in his life at the age of three he knew that music was inside of him and that he and music were meant to be together. He was included in one of the music’s top 100 singers list by the Rolling Stones magazine. Her mother went back to North Carolina and

Steve would fly and spend weekends with his mother as he contemplated whether to go on with Journey. Perry will be working with John Kalodner on another Journey DVD, the Houston Summit, which will be released in 2005. 2015 has seen Steve doing what he loves to do; enjoying life and rooting for his beloved San Francisco Giants. Steve still leads a private life below the radar in 2005. It was those sweet notes from the Infinity tour that changed Rock and Roll forever and changed the course of a band named Journey.

“What finally made me make a record was that I realized that I am what I am and went back to what I am and did not let anything steer me away for that.” Steve said. “I learned how important it is to take pride in your work and learned a lot about working with my hands.” Steve confessed. Needless to say Open Arms did make the Escape album. Ross Vallory and Steve were brought back to reunite the Journey lineup everyone had known.

I want to get it done probably in the early part of this coming year." It has been 20 years since Steve took to the stage to sing and once he got his music feet grounded he gave his fans the performance of his life and proved once again that he still had the music deep within his heart. On Nov. 21, 2003 Stephen paid Arrow FM and Uncle Joe Benson a visit and joined Uncle Joe Benson in the studio live on air for one hour. After the Anchorage, Alaska show Journey slowly disappeared without any explanation or even a fond farewell, leaving fans wondering what happened. That would be the last time Journey would perform together until 1996. “I was coming down the mountain and I was experiencing excruciating pain.” Steve said. September 24, 2008 Steve Perry made a telephone appearance on the Dennis Miller radio show. While on a hike he developed some health issues that eventually stopped the band in it’s tracks and halted a tour. Ross Vallory and Steve were brought back to reunite the Journey lineup everyone had known.

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In September Steve attended the City of Hope Gala to raise money for cancer and also donated autographed items to the event which raised a lot of money.

In 1974 Andy Krawchuk from Privilege invited Steve to come join Privilege and Steve came up to Edmonton where they started rehearsals for an Eastern Canada tour. While during the interview Steve Perry talked of writing again….rumors are afloat that new music from Steve Perry will be forthcoming soon. A ceremony was planned with speeches and hundreds of fans in attendance.

On April 7, 2017 the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony was history in the making as Steve Perry welcomed Neal Schon in a hugged embrace onto the stage as Gregg Rollie, Ansley Dunbar, Steve Smith, Ross Valory and Jon Cain also came to the stage to thank the fans and those who helped them along the way.