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Check Out This Rare Sight At A Giants Game — Journey Singing Along To Journey!

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Steve Perry

This would have been a whole lot of fun to see happen live!

Steve Perry is a rabid San Francisco Giants fan, so when Don't Stop Believin' came on at their game yesterday, it was no surprise that he joined in and sang along.

As Journey's ex-lead vocalist and a resident of SF for almost two decades, it wasn't long until other fans at the game noticed who Steve was and that he was crooning along to his own hit!

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While the clip is closer to a lip sync than a solo, the 65-year-old sure is giving his all to pump up his home team and the crowd.

And it worked!

The Giants walked away with a 3-2 win against the Washington Nationals, all thanks to their keen choice of music.

Ch-ch-check out the video of Steve singing along to his 1981 hit (below)!!!

[Image via FayesVision/WENN]

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4 comments to “Check Out This Rare Sight At A Giants Game — Journey Singing Along To Journey!”

  1. Kiwi73 says – reply to this


    Was that Gary Busey behind him?

  2. @v@ says – reply to this


    Legenday chops on Steve Perry; and primarily used his albums whenever I needed to get the vocals in shape. Love his voice, tone, range, power and gifted passion.

  3. caravaggio believin' says – reply to this


    He did the same thing during the World Series when the Giants won a few years back. It was brilliant! Miss the guy.

  4. 4

    Nice. Too bad the Dodgers got knocked out, guess I'll root for Kansas City since it has been 29 years for them and I have a couple of friends who live in Missouri.