Journey and Randy Jackson perform impressive rendition of 'Don't Stop Believin'' over video call

Publish Date
Thursday, 28 May 2020, 5:44PM

After announcing just last week that former bassist and American Idol judge Randy Jackson had officially rejoined the band, the new Journey line-up made its debut with a special virtual performance of their 1981 hit song 'Don't Stop Believin'.'

Making their debut as part of the UNICEF Won't Stop fundraiser, the rock band came together over video call from their individual homes.

And despite not being in the same room, the group managed to stay seamlessly in-sync for one very impressive rendition of the anthem!

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Their new lineup includes co-founding members Neal Schon and Jon Cain, and newbies Arnel Pineda, Jason Delatka, Narada Michael Walden and Jackson.

Jackson originally played bass with Journey in the '80s, performing on the band's 1986 album Raised on Radio.

Proceeds of the fundraiser will be used to buy PPE equipment for medical workers and the needs of disadvantaged children.