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1988
?Jonathan Cain, John Waite, and Ricky Phillips form Bad English and is eventually joined by Neal Schon.
OctoberJourney releases the ultimate collection of songs in the compilation album, Greatest Hits
December 3The album, Greatest Hits, enters the Billboard Charts. It climbed as high as #10 and stayed on the charts for 92 weeks. The album is presently still on Billboard's Pop Charts at #3 (Nov 9/96) and has remained on the charts for 281 weeks

1989
January 23Greatest Hits album reaches platinum status.
Feb 17Jonathan Cain marries Liz.
September?Bad English release their self titled, debut album
September 30The Bad English single When I See You Smile hits the Billboard charts
November 11When I See You Smile hits #1 on Billboard Top 40 (for two consecutive weeks)
?Neal Schon releases his solo album Late Nite
?The movie Sing is released to theaters, which includes the title song (written by Jonathan Cain and performed by Mickey Thomas)
?The movie Tango & Cash is released to theaters, which includes the Bad English song Best Of What I Got

1990
January 20Bad English's next single, Price Of Love, hits the Billbord Chart and peaks at #5
July 14Possession, by Bad English, hits the Billbord Chart and peaks at #21
?The video "Bad English" is released to stores which contains all five promotional videos from their first album

1991
?Bad English releases their second album, Backlash
?The Storm (featuring Gregg Rolie, Ross Valory, Steve Smith, and vocalist Kevin Chalfant) release their self titled, debut album
October 25Concert promoter Bill Graham (born Jan 8, 1931) is killed in a helicopter accident.
November 3Steve, Neal, and Jonathan perform two songs (Faithfully and Lights) in the Bill Graham Memorial concert, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

1992
July?Hardline (featuring Neal Schon) releases their debut album Double Eclipse
August ??Larrie Londin dies as a result of a heart attack
DecemberJourney releases the 3 disc box set, Time3
December 26The box set, Time3, enters the Billboard Charts. It climbed as high as #90 and stayed on the charts for 4 weeks
?The movie Rapid Fire is released to theaters, which includes two Hardline songs Can't Find My Way and I'll Be There

1993
?Herbie Herbert Roast. Neal, Jonathan, and Kevin Chalfant (on vocals) perform.
?Neal Schon, Gregg Rolie, Ross Valory, and Prairie Prince perform on the album Walter Ego by Sy Klopps Blues Band. The band was formed by Herbie Herbert, who performs (as Sy Klopps) on lead vocals.

1994
July?Steve Perry releases the first single, You Better Wait, from his upcoming album For The Love Of Strange Medicine
July 30You Better Wait hits the Billboard Top 40 and peaks at # 29
September 6Jonathan joins John Waite on stage at the Berkeley Community Theatre to play one song. Watching along side the audience was Neal, Ross, Steve Smith, Steve Perry and Eric Martin.
October?Steve Perry releases is second solo album, For The Love Of Strange Medicine
?Fan Asylum starts a fan club for Steve Perry called The Steve Perry Info Network (SPIN)
?Jonathan Cain releases the European version of his Back To the Innocence CD
?Steve Perry releases the first of two CD5s, You Better Wait +4
?Steve Perry releases the second of two CD5s, Missing You +4


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