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Photos: Don’t stop believin’ — Journey rocks Planet Hollywood’s PH Live


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Journey at PH Live in Planet Hollywood on Friday, Dec. 7, 2012.

Journey at PH Live

Journey at PH Live in Planet Hollywood on Friday, Dec. 7, 2012. Launch slideshow »

Journey -- frontman Arnel Pineda, lead guitarist Neal Schon, bassist Ross Valory, keyboardist and guitarist Jonathan Cain and drummer Deen Castronovo -- performed at PH Live in Planet Hollywood on Friday night, and contributing photographer Erik Kabik was onsite for this rockin’ photo gallery.

The setlist: “Majestic”/“Never Walk Away,” “Any Way You Want It,” “Ask the Lonely,” “Faithfully,” “Only the Young,” “Stone in Love,” “Keep on Runnin’,” “Just the Same Way,” “Lights,” “Open Arms,” “Escape,” “La Do Da Doo,” “Be Good to Yourself,” “”Wheel in the Sky,” “Don’t Stop Believin’,” “Separate Ways” and, for the encore, “Lovin’ Touchin’.”

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