Journey Tribute Band @ NPAC Feburary 15th

January 31, 2020

Bask in the memories of timeless music with Resurrection: A Journey Tribute at Niswonger Performing Arts Center on February 15th

Resurrection — A Journey Tribute, the most authentic Journey experience in the business, will faithfully recreate the sights and sounds of a 1980’s Journey concert at the Niswonger Performing Arts Center on Saturday, February 15th at 7:30 p.m.

Resurrection provides their audiences with a note-for-note authentic sound and vocals that are so close to Steve Perry, you have to hear it and see it to believe it! The incredible likeness to Journey’s music and Perry’s vocals is accurate, not studio produced, and unmatched among the multitude of other tributes.

Resurrection — A Journey Tribute’s resume is one of distinction. As professionals, the band members are veteran musicians from Nashville who have worked for high profile artists, including Journey. This tribute repeatedly exceeds the expectations of even the most discerning Journey fans.
Founded in 2014, the band's tribute focuses on the Steve Perry era, approximately 1977 to 1987 and again from 1995 to 1998. That means the audience will hear such songs as "Don't Stop Believin,'" "Anyway You Want it," "Girl Can't Help It," "When You Love a Woman" and many others.

Like Journey, Resurrection is a hard-rocking band with talented personnel. Each has impressive credentials on his own, and reviews from critics and fans have described the band's concerts as "the best Journey concert that's not Journey.” Resurrection's founders, keyboardist Vic White, and lead singer Ryan Christopher spent six months on their research and in-depth rehearsal with the band to recreate the Journey sound as accurately as possible. From their first few performances, Resurrection grew a large and dedicated fan base.

White has previously performed with John Berry, Deana Carter and Bryan Adams, and Christopher exhibits the voice, mannerisms and style of Steve Perry. Christopher discovered his talent for singing Perry's songs when he did "Don't Stop Believin'" during a karaoke contest. Jim Handley, the drummer, was actually the drum tech for Journey for eight years, even playing in a few of their concerts. He has also played with U2, Peter Frampton, Pearl Jam and several other popular groups. Steve Sheroan on guitar and Ben King on vocals and bass have numerous studio credits with well-known bands and individual musicians.

Come take a "journey" back in time with Resurrection – A Journey Tribute, Saturday, February 15th at 7:30 p.m. Limited $25 Balcony seating. Tickets may be purchased online at, in person at the NPAC box office, or by calling 423-638-1679.
NPAC offers online seat selection with no processing or delivery fees. There is an additional $2.00 ticketing fee per ticket regardless of purchase method. The box office hours are Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. The 1150 seat performing arts center is located adjacent to the campus of Greeneville High School. For venue information, and to purchase tickets, please visit