Journey Force Newsletter
September 1, 1983

Steve Perry's hometown, Fresno, California was the site of another sold-out Journey concert on July 31st.  To make the event even more momentous, it was a benefit concert with all the proceeds going to Valley Children's Hospital.  The band members presented a check to the hospital for $50,000!

This year's "Day On The Green" was a super concert.  Night Ranger, Bryan Adams, Eddie Money, and Triumph opened the show, and all received a warm response from the 57,000 fans attending.  But when Journey hit the stage things really lit up!  The band was SUPERCHARGED for their hometown crowd and they played for over 2 ½ hours.  Among the celebrants were our five contest winners and their guests.

The Journey Rockdogs were defeated for the first time in two years by the KOME Maddogs 15 to 14.  We were playing without Jonathan, who was home tending to Tane's broken leg, and Neal who was home sick.  Ross played brilliantly and Herbie had a pinchit triple to keep us in the game.  All we have to say is wait until next year. 

NFL Films has just finished filming a full-length movie documentary on Journey.  It will be released to cable channels all over the United States sometime in the fall.  If the "Faithfully" video, also done by NFL Films, is any indication, we can hardly wait to see the 90-minute special!

Journey has just released "After the Fall" and is about to release "Send Her My Love" as singles. 

Journey Force Newsletter

September 1, 1983
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