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Journey frontman Arnel Pineda on Guam

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by Janjeera Hail

Guam - Arnel Pineda, lead singer of Journey, is on island with the Philippines-based Ammo Band. Pineda was invited to join Journey after guitarist Neal Schon saw videos of him on YouTube.   

A press conference was held today to discuss Pineda's upcoming show at the University of Guam Field House.  Pineda says fans have a great show to look forward to, saying, "There'll be some original songs that we did together when I hadn't been discovered by Neal, and lots of covers of rock songs and classics. The things we've been doing for the past 27 years."

Tickets are still available. General admission is $10, available at Ralphy's, iConnect, Shell, and John B's. Reserved seating is $25 and $40 available at the East Agana Shell Station.

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