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According to the Billboard:
"Veteran rock act Journey will begin recording its 13th album this week at the Record Plant in Sausalito, Calif. Longtime collaborator Kevin Elson will produce. The as-yet-untitled set will be Journey's first since the 2001 album "Escape," which debuted at No. 56 on The Billboard 200. It will be released this summer in conjunction with an extensive North American tour, dates for which have to be confirmed.
Guitarist Neal Schon recently released a solo album, "i on u," via Favored Nations, and will appear at an April 9 meet-and-greet session with his side band Soul Sirkus at the Boston outpost of Daddy's music store."

The official Journey website (here) doesn't mention this information.

Founded in 1973 in San Francisco around former Santana members Neal Schon and Gregg Rolie, with the assistance of Ross Valory, George Tickner and Prairie Prince, Journey’s legacy has spanned over 30 years with 18 U.S. releases and over 75,000,000 in album sales. Their music is artful, intense, melodic rock played with passion and superb musicianship.

At the moment, Journey is:
Neal Schon – Guitar
Jonathan Cain – Keyboards
Ross Valory – Bass
Steve Augeri – Vocals
Deen Castronovo – Drums

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