WATCH: Journey Performs "Don't Stop Believin'" with New Member Randy Jackson

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Journey is back with a brand new lineup for 2020. After the recent and acrimonious firings of longtime rhythm section Ross Valory (bass) and Steve Smith (drums), the group has revealed their replacements: American Idol star Randy Jackson, who was briefly a member of the band in the mid-'80s, playing on 1986 album, Raised on the Radio, is back on bass. Legendary Grammy-winning drummer Narada Michael Walden is now behind the kit for the group. 

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“Journey is an ever-changing unstoppable force,” Schon shared on Twitter. “This is a completely new chapter for us and can’t wait to get to it!”

Journey debuted the band's new look with a special socially distanced version of signature song, "Don't Stop Believin'." The performance was part of the UNICEF Won’t Stop fundraiser concert over the weekend. Watch it below. 

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The song was #1 in America for three weeks in September and October 1985.

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The album came loaded with hits like "Kiss on My List" and "You Make My Dreams."

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