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Journey to Norway – joined by Norwegian eighties heroes

Stage Dolls on Kalvøya in 1988. Photo: Inge Gjellesvik / NTB

By NTB | 03/04/2024 13:47:40

Culture and entertainment: – We are looking forward to a full evening of power ballads, says organizer Live Nation about the concert in Oslo Spektrum on 4 June.

Journey is known for hits like 1981’s “Don’t Stop Believin’,” as well as “Faithfully,” “Any Way You Want It” and “Wheel in the Sky.” Since the start in San Francisco in 1973, the Americans have managed to produce 19 Top 40 singles and 25 gold and platinum albums. “The Greatest Hits” has sold platinum, according to the press release.

The band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2017 and is still touring – with Neal Schon (70) as the only remaining original member.

With them in Oslo, Journey will have two other eighties heroes: Stage Dolls played a sold-out 40th anniversary concert on their home turf in Trondheim last December and have songs like “Love Don’t Bother Me”, “Hard To Say Goodbye” and “Love Cries” . The latter song reached third place on the Billboard Rock Charts in the 80s.

The Hedmarkingen in Return won NRK’s ​​rock selection with “Sheila” in 1985 and still tour regularly. According to Live Nation, they have over 100,000 monthly listeners to hit songs such as “Bye Bye Johnny”, “Sing Me A Song”, “To The Top” and “Change The Attitude”.


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