The Glee Generation Brings 80s Rocker Journey Back On Tour
15 Nov 2010
The Glee Generation Brings 80s Rocker Journey Back On Tour
The Glee phenomenon is already sweeping the US and is set to repeat its success over here in the UK and Europe. Rumours for the UK and European Glee Live! tour have been making the rounds but Glee fans this side of the pond are still left with the TV show and an MP3 player full of songs from the series.

One of Glee’s keytunes is the cinemascopic 80’s pop anthem “Don’t Stop Believin’” by Journey. Already a huge hit when the song was first released, its current re-release for the Glee and MP3 generation, has made Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’” with over 4 million downloads one of the most requested songs sold digitally over iTunes.

Glee fans and, of course, all those who love 80’s rock but haven’t yet heard of Glee, can now get tickets to see Journey perform their Glee hit, “Don’t Stop Believin’” and other hits, such as “Wheel In The Sky,” along with fellow 80’s soft-rocker, Styx (“Mr Roboto,” “Bridge Over Troubled Water”) and Foreigner (“Cold As Ice,” “I Don’t Know What Love Is”).

Tickets for the Journey, Foreigner and Styx tour are now available on Ticketmaster’s GET ME IN! ticket market.

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