Reclusive former Journey frontman Steve Perry is planning a comeback next year, after recording his first solo album in over two decades.
In a radio chat with KSWD-FM in Los Angeles, the Don’t Stop Believin’ singer revealed he has spend much of 2015 recording new material, joking he has been in the studio “for years”.
“The truth is, I finally went into the studio in March, and I’ve been in there ever since, just trying to finish this record,” he said.
The new record will be his first since 1994’s For the Love of Strange Medicine.
“I’m looking forward to finishing it, put it that way. I want to get it done probably in the early part of this coming year.”
Perry isn’t the only old rocker planning a major comeback in 2016 – Phil Collins recently revealed he has ended his retirement and has been rehearsing for a tour next year.
Courtesy of MSN Entertainment