This May 16th at the Hollywood Bowl, a very special lease event will be taking place, bringing two of the biggest names in contemporary musical history to the stage: Journey and the Steve Miller Band. Both phenomenal artists with a string of awards to their names and fans around the world, the chance to see both together in concert is an incredibly unique opportunity. Rock music fans who plan to stay at hotels near the Hollywood Bowl, don’t miss this opportunity to see two of the most well-known American rock bands of all time!
Journey is one of the most well-known names in American commercial rock and roll history. Formed in 1973, Journey has consistently produced catchy hits and soaring classics which continue to be relevant and well-received today. Their hit song, “Don’t Stop Believin’”, was revived in 2009 after being featured on television. The rock band became the #1 top selling catalogue track in all of iTunes history. Over the years, Journey received two gold albums, eight albums which went multi-platinum and even one diamond album, marking incredible achievements. The group also received 18 singles in the US Top 40 and an impressive worldwide record of over 80 million album sales worldwide. Without a doubt, Journey has proven themselves to be a very popular band of their time and in the present day as well.
Likewise, the Steve Miller Band has achieved a similar status; they are immensely popular around the world and seem to be constantly in demand. Over the years, Miller’s achievements include winning the ASCAP Golden Note Award in 2008 and receiving his own star on the 1750 Vine Street Hollywood Walk of Fame. He owns an impressive catalogue of 18 studio albums, 4 live albums, several collaborative projects, as well as 30 singles which provides an extensive repertoire to draw on for concerts. Of the two US #1 singles in their long list of achievements, ‘The Joker’ may very well be the most well-known single of the list. ‘The Joker’ reached the #1 single in the US in 1974, but it reached the #1 single in the UK in 1990, with a record gap of 17 years.