- What happened to Steve from Journey?
- What happened to Steve Perr?
- What happened to Arnel Pineda voice?
- How old is Steve Augeri?
- What happened to Steve Perry and Sherrie Swafford?
- What is Steve Perry’s vocal range?
- Who has the deepest voice?
- Who can sing six octaves?
- Who has the darkest voice in the world?
Still hesitant to undergo surgery, and now upset at his bandmates, Perry announced that he was permanently leaving Journey. His lead vocal duties were later taken over by Steve Augeri of Tall Stories. Nearly two years after the initial release of Trial by Fire, Journey began to tour.
Former Journey frontman Steve Perry has been something of a white whale in the world of classic rock for the last 20 or so years. Since leaving Journey officially in 1996 due to a crippling hip injury that prevented him from touring, Perry has been surprisingly absent from music.
That’s how much I adore him and I adore Journey and how much I adore Steve Perry. Back in 2005, I resigned from my job in Hong Kong because I lost my voice due to acid reflux. I was telling my friends back then that my only regret was I lost my voice before I had the chance to sing side-by-side with Steve Perry.
62 years (January 30, 1959)Steve Augeri/Age
Steve Perry’s white-hot relationship with girlfriend Sherrie Swafford was the stuff of romantic legend in the 1980s. We know they eventually broke up, with the reasons largely being attributed to the pressue of Journey’s success and touring demands.
Steve Perry has 4 octaves, 5 notes vocal range. Freddie Mercury had a full four octaves vocal range. In addition, Steve Perry has always had a better singing voice than Freddie Mercury.
A singer named Tim Storms holds the Guinness record for hitting the lowest note. It’s the musical note G-7, and it registered at 0.189 Hertz. He also holds the record for the widest vocal range, of 10 octaves.
Now Mike Patton tops the list with his massive, six-octave range. The Faith No More, Mr. Bungle, Tomahawk, etc., etc. singer comes in above Slipknot’s Corey Taylor, Diamanda Galás, and David Lee Roth, all of whom bested Axl’s five-octave range.
A singer named Tim Storms holds the Guinness record for hitting the lowest note. It’s the musical note G-7, and it registered at 0.189 Hertz.