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Neal Schon
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Neal Schon in concert
Information
Full Name Neal George Joseph Schon
Born February 27, 1954 (age 68)
Born In Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma, United States
Role In Band Lead guitar, vocals
Years Active 1973 - Present
Other Bands Santana, Betty Davis, Azteca, Schon & Hammer, HSAS, Hear 'n Aid, Michael Bolton, Jimmy Barnes, Bad English, Hardline, Paul Rodgers, Just If I, Abraxas Pool, Planet Us, Soul SirkUS

Neal Schon is the lead guitarist for Journey. He is an American rock guitarist, songwriter, and vocalist, best known for his work with the bands Journey and Bad English. He was a member of the rock band Santana before forming Journey, and was also an original member of Hardline.

Schon was inducted into the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame on August 23, 2013, and into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Journey on April 7, 2017.


Biography

Santana

TBA

Journey (1973-1987)

TBA

Solo

TBA

Bad English

TBA

Hardline

TBA

Paul Rodgers

TBA

Journey

TBA

Discography

Solo albums

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  • Late Nite (1989)
  • Beyond the Thunder (1995)
  • Electric World (1997)
  • Piranha Blues (1999)
  • Voice (2001)
  • I on U (2005)
  • The Calling (2012)
  • So U (2014)
  • Vortex (2015)
  • Universe (2020)

With Santana

  • Santana III (1971)
  • Caravanserai (1972)
  • Santana IV (2016)

With Azteca

  • Azteca (1972)
  • Pyramid of the Moon (1973)

With Journey

Studio Albums

  • Journey (1975)
  • Look into the Future (1976)
  • Next (1977)
  • Infinity (1978)
  • Evolution (1979)
  • Departure (1980)
  • Dream, After Dream (1980, Japanese movie soundtrack)
  • Escape (1981)
  • Frontiers (1983)
  • Raised on Radio (1986)
  • Trial by Fire (1996)
  • Arrival (2001)
  • Generations (2005)
  • Revelation (2008)
  • Eclipse (2011)
  • Freedom (2022)

With Jan Hammer

  • Untold Passion (1981)
  • Here to Stay (1982)

With HSAS

With Bad English

With Hardline

  • Hot Cherie EP (1992)
  • Double Eclipse (1992)
  • Can't Find My Way EP (1992)
  • II (2002)

With Paul Rodgers

  • Muddy Water Blues: A Tribute to Muddy Waters (1993)
  • The Hendrix Set (1993)
  • Now (1997; co-writer of "Saving Grace")
  • Paul Rodgers & Friends Live at Montreux 1994 (2011)

With Just If I

  • All One People (1991)

With Abraxas Pool

  • Abraxas Pool (1997)

With Soul SirkUS

  • World Play (2004)

Guest appearances

  • Betty Davis – Betty Davis (1973)
  • Robert Fleischman - Perfect Stranger (1979)
  • Sammy Hagar - Danger Zone (1980)
  • Tané Cain - Tané Cain (1983)
  • Silver Condor - Trouble at Home (1983)
  • Hear 'n Aid - Stars (1985)
  • Gregg Rolie - Gregg Rolie (1985)
  • Eric Martin - Eric Martin (1985; co-writer of "Just One Night")
  • Joe Cocker - Cocker (1986)
  • Gregg Rolie - Gringo (1987)
  • Michael Bolton - The Hunger (1987)
  • Jimmy Barnes - Freight Train Heart (1987)
  • Glen Burtnick (ex Styx) - Heroes and Zeroes (1987)
  • The Allman Brothers Band - Where It All Begins (1994; co-writer of "Temptation Is a Gun")
  • Frederiksen/Phillips - Frederiksen/Phillips (1995)
  • Fergie Frederiksen – Equilibrium (1999)
  • Carmine Appice - Guitar Zeus - Safe (1996)
  • Various artists - Merry Axemas, Vol. 2: More Guitars for Christmas (1998)
  • Trichromes - Trichromes (2002)
  • Jeff Scott Soto - Lost in the Translation (2004)
  • Mickey Thomas - Over the Edge (2004)
  • Beth Hart - "Les Paul & Friends: American Made World Played" (2005)
  • Radioactive - Taken (2005)
  • Sammy Hagar - Cosmic Universal Fashion (2008)
  • Gary Schutt - Loss 4 Words (2008; guitar solo on "Road Trip")
  • Lee Ritenour - Lee Ritenour's 6 String Theory (2010)
  • Two Fires - Burning Bright (2011; co-writer of "Some Things Are Better Left Unsaid")
  • Eric Martin - Mr. Rock Vocalist (2012)
  • Sammy Hagar - Sammy Hagar & Friends (2013)
  • Jimmy Barnes - 30:30 Hindsight (2014)
  • Revolution Saints - Revolution Saints (2015)
  • Jason Becker - Triumphant Hearts (2018)

Videography

Tourography

References


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