Explaining Deen Castronovo’s absence from New Year’s Eve flight performance

Explaining DEEN CASTRONOVO's absence from JOURNEY's New Year's Eve performance

a trip drummer Dean Castronovo He was unable to join his bandmates for their performance in “anything you want” And “Do not stop Believin” In Times Square, New York City, opposite “Rockin’ New Year’s Eve Dick Clark with Ryan Seacrest” After testing positive for COVID-19. He was filling him with his long technique Steve Tomy.

A fan asked a day Instagram Why religion I didn’t play with it a trip At last night’s event, guitarist neil shun He replied: “Covid”.

Castronovo Looks like he’s looking forward to playing with a trip in New York. On Thursday (December 30), share Instagram Picture him behind his set and add the following caption: “Hope you all had a great vacation! Heading to NYC? To perform with rockineve’s journeymusicofficial! Who’s calling us in 2022?!”

Castronovo fair a trip in July and has been performing with the band ever since, initially sharing drum duties in the group with Narada Michael Walden. WaldenGuitarist, Randy Jackson and keyboard player/backing vocalist Jason Derlatka Everyone joined a trip In 2020, after the group’s sharp split with drummer Steve Smith and guitarist Ross Valore. Jackson Who has ever played with him? a trip During the mid-1980s – he was forced to miss all his recent concerts as he was recovering from back surgery.

Bass filling for a trip As for the band’s last Las Vegas residency at The Theater at Virgin Hotels, it was Todd Jensen, a veteran musician who has played for various artists, including bands sequelAnd fixed line And Harlow, Beside David Lee RothAnd Ozzy OsbourneAnd Steve PerryAnd Alice Cooper And Paul Rodgers.

prior to residence, Jackson has been replaced in a trip2021 appears before Marco Mendoza, who performed several shows in 2019 with Castronovo And a trip guitar player neil shun under “Neil Sean’s Journey Through Time” Signboard.

March 2021, Castronovo He revealed that he had been taking opioids for over a year while waiting to have back surgery during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The 57-year-old musician, who has been vigil for nearly five years after his expulsion a trip, share his ordeal in Instagram Mail. He wrote: “Opioids are evil and withdrawals are killing.”

religion was kicked out of a trip In 2015 after years of alcohol and drug abuse which resulted in him being sentenced to four years in prison for a variety of charges related to his current wife.

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