Thursday, June 14, 2007

‘Journey’ Rocks For ‘The Sopranos’

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – The Sopranos managed to end their journey this past Sunday night (June 10) on a high note – literally.

That’s because Tony Soprano played Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin” in the final scene of the series, which made the rock band’s keyboardist, Jonathan Cain, sing like a soprano with happiness.

Cain boasts, “It’s the biggest thing that’s ever happened for our band.”

As it turns out, Cain grew up in Chicago with rough and tough Italians who – Mama Mia! – had connections to the mob.

He says, “I have a lot of wiseguy friends. They took me under their wing and made me feel like familia.”

Cain recently watched Goodfellas on the Journey tour bus and is glad director Martin Scorcese finally got some recognition with the Academy Award for The Departed this year.

Says Cain: “I don’t know why he didn’t get the award for Goodfellas, because I think it’s genius.”

Journey plans to release a new album sometime next year.

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