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The Bogey + Journey movie thread
Okay, you're Journey -- that band from the 80s, who are mostly known for the rock anthem, "Don't Stop Believin," among others. For some bizarre reason, your songs are appearing on a ton of commercials and hit TV shows, like The Sopranos and Glee. This unexpected resurgence in pop culture makes it the ideal time for a new moneymaking tour. Oh, wait. There's a big problem though. Steve Perry, the voice behind all those great rock tunes, left the band a while back. So, how do you find a new lead singer that sounds almost exactly like your former frontman? It's simple: you search YouTube and click on a video featuring an unknown Filipino singer named Arnel Pineda. And the rest (as they say) is rock and roll!
You'll find the whole story of Pineda's extraordinary journey to rock stardom in the new documentary "Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's Journey," in which filmmaker Ramona S. Diaz traces the band's initial decision to find a brand-new lead singer. The film, opening in theaters on March 8th and on VOD on March 9th, has received a theatrical trailer. Check it out, above.
This is pretty awesome.
I want to see the movie. And I'm guessing @Bogey
does too and will infract/destroy anyone who thinks otherwise!