Journey’s Neal Schon Shares His Business Offer To Gregg Rolie

Journey’s announcement of a 50th-anniversary tour excited the band’s audience, but the personal feuds between bandmates have been outshining the exciting news. Still, whether former members will reunite for the tour has been questioned, and Neal Schon seemed to signal a possible reunion with Gregg Rolie on Twitter.

Recently, Journey’s been making the headlines with a few things other than music. For instance, Steve Perry’s longtime bitterness turned into a legal battle when the former frontman filed a lawsuit to secure his rights within the band, and Neal Schon seemed to be determined not to let Perry have any profit.

The most recent feud, however, surprisingly, wasn’t between rivals Perry and Schon, but it occurred between Neal and Jonathan Cain. These two have been side by side when dealing with Perry, but yet another financial-related feud sparked when Cain exposed Schon’s economic struggles.

However, it seemed like Schon wanted to dissipate all the dark clouds gathered on the band as he decided to invite former bandmate Gregg Rolie to the 50th-anniversary tour. The guitarist shared a picture of the two and tweeted a wholesome note to Rolie, mentioning his eagerness to play next to him during the upcoming tour.

“Two original founding members,” tweeted Schon as he pointed to their picture. “I think my brother Gregg Rolie should join us for the 2023 tour. What do you think, friends? He will spice it up, and we will have a great variety of songs to choose from. What would you like to hear for the 50th-anniversary tour?”

When fans had previously questioned whether Steve Perry or Gregg Rolie would take place in the tour, Neal Schon had tweeted that there was no chance for a reunion with Perry. Still, with Schon’s ever-changing relationship with his bandmates, only time will tell if Perry will make a surprise appearance, though it seems very unlikely.