Steve Perry, former frontman for Journey, was recently interviewed on 'CBS Sunday Morning' and was asked about a Journey reunion. When the question came up, Perry responded with "All I can think about is where I'm at right now… I love going forward; I love going to the edge of what's next; and, for me, that would be a return. And I have to do, at this point in my life, what really makes me feel purposeful at this moment and on the right track for me."
Neal Schon has called multiple times for a Journey reunion, but it seems that Perry has no intention of working with Schon again or even being friends according to a Rolling Stone interview. Perry's response to the public calls were that to "I left the band 31 fucking years ago, my friend. You can still love someone, but not want to work with them. And if they only love you because they want to work with you, that doesn't feel good to me."