In what was billed as "the first pay-per-view wedding to double as a concert and fundraiser for typhoon relief efforts in the Philippines," Journey guitarist Neal Schon wed his betrothed, reality TV star Michaele Salahi, in a televised event on Dec. 15.
Journey guitarist Neal Schon and reality-TV celebrity Michaele Salahi have invited family, friends and 90 millions guests to their upcoming wedding. They've also announced "a surprise special guest" for the nuptials, which will be broadcast as a pay-per-view event.
One of the more bizarre courtships in recent rock history will arrive at its fitting conclusion on Dec. 15, when Journey guitarist Neal Schon and his reality-TV bride Michaele Salahi are scheduled to be wed in a televised extravaganza that's being titled 'Neal & Michaele: The Winte…
In the wake of Ronnie Montrose's untimely passing, an all-star group of his friends got together to put on a show that celebrated the guitarist's contributions to rock 'n' roll. On Dec. 10, that concert is scheduled to make its home-video debut.
Journey guitarist Neal Schon and reality-TV star Michaele Salahi have set a wedding date. The couple -- who have been dating for two years -- will marry on Dec. 15 at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco.
After a break of a mere 30 years, HSAS are back -- sort of. Sammy Hagar and Journey guitarist Neal Schon have reunited for a few songs on Hagar's upcoming CD, and they recruited Hagar's Chickenfoot rhythm section of Michael Anthony and Chad Smith for the three tracks.
Journey guitarist Neal Schon and his fiancee have won an apology from British newspaper the Daily Mail for an erroneous story they recently reported, claiming the musician had left his ex-wife and daughters impoverished while lavishing expensive gifts on his fiancee, former 'Real Housewives of …
Neal Schon's recently settled support agreement with his ex-wife Amber is in the news again as the Journey guitarist is said to be bringing a lawsuit against her mother. Schon says Judy Kozan badmouthed him through an internet blog, and he wants $75,000 in damages.