Jonathan Cain says despite his issues with Neal Schon over the band's finances, he still wants to be a part of Journey's upcoming 50th anniversary tour.
While on a ski vacation at Steamboat, Colorado, Cain posted a photo with the caption, "I feel very grateful and blessed to share this time on the slopes with my Baby before hitting the road with Journey."
The band had a similar issue in 2017 when Schon was upset with Cain and the rest of the band for visiting The White House and meeting with President Trump, whose spiritual advisor at that time was Cain's wife, Paula White.
At the time, Cain said he was optimistic that things would work out eventually. And, despite it all, Cain says the music is all that matters.
Back in 2017, Jonathan Cain commented on the future of Journey. He said, "I think this will get arbitrated, I think this will get fixed. I believe God will find an answer for this and open up another door and I think we'll carry on. It's like a marriage. Just need a little help. I'm not a spiteful man. I'm not a vengeful man. I'm praying for them [Schon and his wife] and that's all I can say. I'm praying for him. But all along, God showed me the music was bigger than everyone of us and those songs should be out there, you know."
Journey start their next tour on January 27th in Durant, Oklahoma.
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[Source: Classic Hits Today]