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Why Narada Michael Walden Left Journey

Journey have been in a state of evolution for the past several years, beginning with the 2020 departure of drummer Steve Smith and bassist Ross Valory. They were initially replaced by drummer and producer Narada Michael Walden and bassist Randy Jackson, the latter of whom previously appeared on Journey’s Raised on Radio album. They both appear alongside Neal Schon, Jonathan Cain and Arnel Pineda on the new studio album Freedom, which arrives on July 8.
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Why Narada Michael Walden Left Journey

Journey have been in a state of evolution for the past several years, beginning with the 2020 departure of drummer Steve Smith and bassist Ross Valory. They were initially replaced by drummer and producer Narada Michael Walden and bassist Randy Jackson, the latter of whom previously appeared on Journey’s Escape and Raised on Radio albums. They both appear alongside Neal Schon, Jonathan Cain and Arnel Pineda on the new studio album Freedom, which arrives on July 8.
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Happy birthday to Narada Michael Walden!

He is a singer, a lauded multi-instrumentalist, and award winning songwriter and producer with more hits than we can count. And he helped change the musical landscape in the 1980s with his seminal work with Whitney Houston, Aretha Franklin, Angela Bofill and many more. Happy birthday, to Narada Michael Walden, born on April 23, 1952.
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New Journey record to be a double album, new drummer Narada Michael Walden reveals

Journey has been preparing a new studio album, and now comes word that the forthcoming release will be supersized. Narada Michael Walden, who replaced longtime Journey member Steve Smith as the band’s new drummer last year, and also is producing the new record, posted a message Friday on his Facebook page revealing that he was in the studio with Neal Schon “wrapping up the exciting new Journey double album.” He added, “Stay tuned.”