“Don’t Stop Believin’ – The Untold Story Of Journey”, a book by U.K.-based Neil Daniels, will be out on May 3. Check out the final cover art below.

The book is published by Omnibus Press, and chronicles the bands beginnings in 1973 when the band was assembled in San Francisco, California and continues on a journey through the early jazz fusion years, the dramatic change in sound to AOR/melodic rock, the numerous lineup changes. It progresses with the hiring and firing of their first frontman Robert Flesichman and, of course, the enormous success they would achieve with Steve Perry as well as those years following Perry’s first (and second) departure. The life of the band thereafter with three more singers is also explored in detail. Journey’s renewed popularity with the Filipino singer Arnel Pineda and the success of the hit TV show “Glee” has meant that Journey’s music is played in millions of households all around the world.