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Neal Schon Responds To Steve Perry's Law Suit

Stevie Nicks will release a new song on Friday.

She made the announcement on her socials, saying, "It’s called ‘For What It’s Worth’ and it was written by Stephen Stills for Buffalo Springfield in 1966. It meant something to me then, and it means something to me now.

“I always wanted to interpret it through the eyes of a woman -- and it seems like today, in the times we live in, it has a lot to say… I can’t wait for you to hear it.”

This will be Stevie's first new song since "Show Them the Way" last year.

Stevie is still on tour, with her next stop set for the Sound on Sound Festival in Bridgeport, Connecticut on Saturday.

Steve Perry has filed a legal motion to have trademarks on 20 Journey songs granted to two of his former bandmates invalidated, and now one of those bandmates has responded on Facebook. Neal Schon says the petition to cancel the trademarks for hits like “Open Arms” and “Separate Ways” is “total cr*p.”

Schon says that Journey’s business dealings were filled with “corruption,” and that he discovered that “songwriting and copyrights have nothing to do with trademarks.” Schon says he’s trying to protect the band, and added, “You haven’t heard the last of this, friends, we are going to peel back the onion.”

Source: Ultimate Classic Rock

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