It appears that Jonathan Cain and his Journey bandmate Neal Schon have finally buried the hatchet after being unhappy with each other for much of the past year.
Schon had been upset about Cain's reluctance to record a new album, their concert song selection, Cain sharing his religious beliefs from the stage and a White House visit by the rest of the band.
Here's Journey in one of the worst music videos ever produced in the 80s. So much acid wash!
Cain tells an Albany, New York radio station that he and Schon have "just finished five days of rehearsal" for Journey's tour with Def Leppard, which kicks off tonight in Hartford, and that he thinks they've "completely reset with each other." Cain says he's looking forward to "a great tour. We've been together 38 years. There's always going to have a bump in the road. I don't know any marriage that hasn't had any squabbles. It was a misunderstanding, and I think we're ready to move on from all that."
Schon, who hasn't been doing interviews recently, has yet to comment on the matter.