One of the most iconic voices that rock music has ever known HAS RETURNED. Steve Perry, who fronted Journey, a band who thought enough of his vocals to hire an exact sound-a-like in place of him, is coming out of hiding. He took off in the mid-nineties and hasn't seen the stage until Sunday night, popping up randomly at an Eels show in Minnesota during their encore. Here's the footage of that moment in it's entirety. He starts off with an Eels cover and then busts into two Journey tunes after. The video is divided up for you below In case you don't have the 11 minutes to watch the whole thing...

 

 

Of course a man of 65 doesn't have the voice anymore that he did in his 20's and 30's, so the keys have all been dropped, but you can hear his signature tone and vibrato easy... Here's the man himself singing 'Open Arms':

 

 

And then busts into a rendition of 'Lovin, Touchin, Squeezin'...