NEAL SCHON: ‘No one is going to dictate to me what I can and can’t do in connection with the trip’

a trip guitar player Neil Sean He says he will not “take orders” about how to run the band, which he co-founded in 1973.

The 68-year-old musician made the comment a day after it was alluded to a tripFounding partner Greg Rowley He will appear on the band’s upcoming 50th anniversary tour, presumably in the place of the longtime keyboardist Jonathan Cainwith whom Nile He quarreled publicly.

“No one is going to dictate to me at this point what I can and cannot do in relation to him a trip“,” Sean wrote on Twitter. “I wasn’t here and I’m not here to take orders – I haven’t had them and never will. They’re my bands and I’ll own them as I should and make the right changes as needed.” when one Nile‘s Twitter Followers asked him who was trying to “dictate to you”, Sean He replied, “Guess.”

earlier this week, Sean directed RollyParticipation in a tripSeries upcoming dates for in a social media post. After, after Nile Share a drawing of a tripfiftieth anniversary in his day Facebook page, one fan commented: “I’m looking forward to it. Please tell me Greg Rowley Coming to ride! He’s the best keyboard player and co-founder who only seems right. The timing couldn’t be better either!!!! ” Nile He wrote: “You will see.”

NileThe last post came just two weeks later Cain shoot on Sean When a trip He was described as a “hypocrite” by the guitarist for the band’s 1981 performance of the song “Do not stop Believin” in a Donald TrumpMar-a-Lago property. Cainhis wife, Paula White Kaneis the former president’s spiritual advisor, and he played the track in November with the backup choir of U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor GreenAnd the Donald Trump Jr.fiancee Kimberly Guilfoyle and former candidate for governor of Arizona Curry Lake.

Neil Sean He should look in the mirror when he accuses me of hurting a trip Brand,” Cain he said in a statement. “I’ve watched him destroy our brand for years and I’m a victim of his antics – and that of his wife.”

Attorney Sean Send a cease and desist letter to Cain After he performed in trumpFlorida property.

The final legal move came a few weeks later Sean sued Cain In California state court, claiming that Cain Set up an American Express Card without telling us Sean And that “millions of a trip The money just flowed through him.” CainOn the part of the accused Sean of misusing the card, citing “excessive spending and an extravagant lifestyle”.

a month ago, previously a trip Singer Steve Perry I took legal action against both of them Sean And the CainHe asks them to stop filing federal trademarks on the names of several of the band’s songs.

Rolly I was a triplead singer, although his role soon diminished when Berry He arrived in 1977. Greg the left a trip in 1980, just before the band had achieved its commercial heights.

back in 2019, Rolly Tell Rolling Stone The magazine he left a trip “Because I don’t love my life anymore. I’ve said this a million times and I know there are people out there who say, ‘That’s not the reason. ‘ But I left because I wasn’t happy with what I was doing with my private life. I loved management. I loved music. I loved what we built. Happy, so I had to blow on it and just hold it back.”

He continued, “Everyone thinks that is the reason Berry He came in and started singing all the leads. my Lord! Again, I was so spread out with all these keyboards parts and lyric leads, it was a welcome sight. And he can sing like a bird! It wasn’t hard to find out. I was never against it.”

Rolly He went on to say that he had been drinking a lot and that he wanted to start a family. He also said he was glad about the fact that it was a trip He became a household name after his move. “I felt honored to have helped build something that has come this far,” he said. “I’ve always felt that way. Yeah, without me doing this, this might never have happened. But it’s not about me. It’s about all of it. It’s a misconception in this business of, ‘Who does what?’ “We all did something.”

a tripWith tutu It will kick off on February 4 in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Presented by AEG advancesthe “Freedom Tour 2023” It will make stops in Austin, Montreal, and Memphis before concluding on April 25th at the brand-new Accresor Arena in Palm Springs, California.

The 2023 race includes rescheduled dates in Washington, D.C., as well as Hartford, Toronto and Quebec, which were postponed last year due to the coronavirus.

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