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NEVER STOP BELIEVIN'
has been rocking stages all over the U.S. and beyond since its inception in 2008. Venues such as Florida's Meyer Amphitheater, Hollywood ArtsPark Amphitheater, Digital Domain Stadium, Roger Dean Stadium and the Daytona Beach Bandshell have recognized NEVER STOP BELIEVIN' as the premiere tribute to Journey, drawing record crowds and delivering hit after Journey hit with unmatched passion, precision and finesse. The band has also traveled far and wide to places such as Santo Domingo, Honduras, Trinidad, Georgia, Louisiana, Michigan, New York, Texas, and Virginia Beach for special shows at historic theaters like the Calumet Theater in Michigan's upper peninsula. Based in South Florida, NEVER STOP BELIEVIN' has the incredible privilege of working with the incomparable Billy D. Lindley on lead vocals, as featured in the video above. Lindley puts his heart and soul into his delivery as Steve Perry in his full regalia and 80's San Francisco splendor. Backed by band members Gary Bivona (keyboards, vocals, musical director), Clint Ettorre (guitar, vocals), Kam Falk (bass, vocals) and Steve Quinto (drums), NEVER STOP BELIEVIN' brings both the look and sound of Journey in their prime years to each and every show, complete with five-part vocals. Don't miss the extraordinary musicianship and showmanship of NEVER STOP BELIEVIN'.
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