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Journey Member Files Cease-And-Desist Against Bandmate

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Members of the rock group Journey are at odds once again after a video of one of the artists performing one of the group’s songs at a recent event hosted by former President Donald Trump went viral.  

Guitarist Neal Schon served the band’s keyboardist, Jonathan Cain, with yet another cease-and-desist after Cain performed “Don’t Stop Believin’” for the twice-impeached president with Marjorie Taylor Greene, Kimberly Guilfoyle and Kari Lake serving as his touring “chorus” at Mar-a-Lago last month. 

Schon, 68, Cain, 72, and the band’s singer Steve Perry are the writers of the 1981 hit, and the group has been at odds for some time now, with Perry, 73, admitting over a decade ago that the members “don’t like each other very much” because they spend so much time together. 

The new drama, however, has nothing to do with the lack of distance between members but politics.

Cain has been a longtime fan of the 45th president, and his wife Paula White‘s claim to fame as a televangelist and the spiritual advisor to the former president sparked new tensions as Cain has allowed the band’s music to be played at Trump rallies.

“Although Mr. Cain is free to express his personal beliefs and associations, when he does that on behalf of Journey or for the band, such conduct is extremely deleterious to the Journey brand as it polarizes the band’s fans and outreach. Journey is not, and should not be, political,” the letter, obtained by Variety, explained.

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