Frontiers provide essential relief for 30-40-somethings 

A live review of the Journey trib act at the Music Farm

Frontiers
Music Farm
Dec. 19

When the lights went down in the city Saturday night, Journey fans had just one place to be: The Music Farm. No, the iconic '80s band wasn't in town, just the next best thing: Frontiers.

The band was led by vocalist Jeremey Hunsicker , a dead-ringer for Steve Perry (to a blind person, anyway) who was apparently recruited to replace Mr. Perry but decided to go with the less-demanding option of being the leader of a cover/tribute band. And why not? Judging by their visit to the Music Farm (a semi-regular occurrence), the band enjoys a devoted, enthusiastic following — mostly a mix of 30-40-somethings who remember every word and sing along with faraway looks in their eyes, and younger folks who just get rabid for the well-known hits that their parents used to listen to, like "Open Arms," "Wheel in the Sky," Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin'," "Separate Ways," and, of course, "Don't Stop Believin'."

Guess that just goes to show you that good music has the power to make everyone feel forever young.


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