Journey’s Road Crew Performs a Pretty Flawless Version of “Separate Ways”




You never know what the YouTube recommendation algorithm will serve up next. Above, we have Journey’s road crew performing “Separate Ways” as part of a concert soundcheck. And it turns out the crew has some real chops. At least according to the YouTube comments, the crew/band features Scott Appleton on guitar. (In recent years, he has served as the guitar tech for Rush’s Alex Lifeson.) And on drums, we seemingly have Jim Handley, a Nashville-based drummer who performs in the Journey tribute band, Resurrection. The actual performance starts around the 30 second mark. Enjoy.

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  • Slick says:

    Road crew sounds better than the actual band

  • Shaun murphy says:

    Journey toured to death. Yet the road crew sounded tight ,,Steve Augueri blew his voice out that’s why they replaced him. I am from Gloucester ma Steve augueri played a solo concert his voice was awful I felt bad for him he was a good entertainer they toured so much that’s why Steve perry wanted to leave to from road burn

  • Nelson Duviella says:

    Yes they sounded great. But I will still see the origionals.

  • Nelson Duviella says:

    Yes they sounded great. But I will still see the originals

  • Tommy Chrietzberg says:

    Great job guys & I am a formerly signed songwriter..& have played guitar & sung for 40 years.It”s Music to my ears.

  • Joe Mora says:

    Those guys are incredible ,i’m a journey fan for almost 40 years and why people with such of talent make a good band too ! Journey will not be fore ever come on guys !

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