The members of long-running rock band Journey have long had fractious relations, but an inter-band cease-and-desist order is a new peak.
Keyboardist Jonathan Cain [photo above], who performed “Don’t Stop Believin’” for Donald Trump at Mar-a-Lago last month with a backing “chorus” including Marjorie Taylor Greene, Kimberly Guilfoyle and Kari Lake, was served with a cease-and-desist order from an attorney for bandmate Neal Schon for that performance.
Cain, 71, has long been a member of the former president’s inner circle. His wife of eight years, Paula White, is a televangelist and Donald Trump’s spiritual advisor.
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Cain last appeared on JMG in 2017 when he told scamvangelist Jim Bakker that “Don’t Stop Believin'” was actually about Jesus.
Journey keyboardist Jonathan Cain has been served a Cease & Desist by guitarist Neal Schon on behalf of the band for playing their music at Trump events, calling it a “harmful use of Journey’s brand.”https://t.co/wg9y1DIONz
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