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Journey finds its way to Walk of Fame

Journey, the power ballad rock group that dominated the charts in the 1980s, stopped traffic on a stretch of Hollywood when hundreds of fans turned out to see the band unveil its Hollywood Walk of Fame star.Present at the sidewalk ceremony were guitarist Neal Schon and bassist Ross Valory, who were in the group's original 1973 lineup, as well as keyboardist Jonathan Cain, drummer Deen Castronovo and lead singer Steve Augeri, who replaced Steve Perry in the mid-1990s.

Perry, who was not scheduled to appear, showed up on his own, organizers said. "No one ever mentions the unsung heroes, the road crew who ... made us look good," he said.

Over a 30-year period, Journey released 18 albums, selling 50 million copies on the strength of radio hits such as "Don't Stop Believin,' " "Who's Crying Now," and "Open Arms," which were fueled by Perry's operatic, high-flying vocal style. -- ASSOCIATED PRESS

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 Click for Large PhotoMembers of the band Journey pose after receiving a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles, January 21, 2005. Band members L-R are Steve Augeri (news), Jonathan Cain, former lead vocalist Steve Perry (news), George Tickner, Ross Valory, Robert Fleischman, Neal Schon, Steve Smith and Deen Castronovo. Over a 30-year period, Journey released 18 albums, selling 50 million copies on the strength of radio hits such as 'Lovin,' Touchin', Squeezin',' 'Don't Stop Believin',' 'Who's Crying Now,' and 'Open Arms.' REUTERS/Jim Ruymen
 


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Lead vocalist Steve Augeri (news) poses with a plaque after his group, Journey, received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Friday Jan. 21, 2005 in Los Angeles. Over a 30-year period, Journey released 18 albums, selling 50 million copies on the strength of radio hits such as 'Don't Stop Believin',' 'Who's Crying Now,' and 'Open Arms.' (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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Reuters Steve Perry (news) (R), former lead singer in the rock band Journey, signs autographs following an unveiling ceremony honoring the group with the 2,275th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, January 21, 2005.

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AP Former lead singer Steve Perry (news), of the musical group Journey, speaks during dedication ceremonies for the group after they received their star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles, Friday, Jan. 21, 2005. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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AP Members of the band, Journey, pose after receiving a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Friday Jan. 21, 2005, in Los Angeles. Band members are, from left, Jonathan Cain, George Tickner, former lead vocalist Steve Perry (news), Aynsley Dunbar, Neal Schon, Robert Fleischman, Ross Valory, Steve Augeri (news), Steve Smith and Deen Castronovo. Over a 30-year period, Journey released 18 albums, selling 50 million copies on the strength of radio hits such as 'Don't Stop Believin',' 'Who's Crying Now,' and 'Open Arms.' (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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APRoss Valory, of the musical group Journey, signs autographs for fans after the band received their star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, following dedication ceremonies in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles, Friday, Jan. 21, 2005. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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AP Steve Augeri (news), of the musical group Journey, signs autographs for fans after the band received their star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, following dedication ceremonies in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles, Friday, Jan. 21, 2005. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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AP Neal Schon, of the musical group Journey, poses for photos after the group received their star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, following dedication ceremonies in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles, Friday, Jan. 21, 2005. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)