Jonathan Cain's memoir will go on sale May 1st. The Journey keyboard player calls Don't Stop Believin' a story "of perseverance. It's about dealing with the setbacks of the music business -- the ups and downs, the dedications, the rejection, dealing with everybody that says 'You're not good enough' and carrying on."
The biggest break of his career came when he met John Waite, who invited him to join The Babys.
"Meeting John Waite and The Babys, and getting that opportunity. When I met John and he showed me the swagger, you know, 'This is how you do it, this is rock and roll, mate... Wear this, don't say that. Don't walk like this, don't walk like that. Don't do this onstage -- all that stuff. So, he really opened a huge door and I wouldn't be in Journey without John, you know, taking a chance on me."
The book was co-written by Travis Thrasher and is being published by a Christian imprint that mainly puts out Bibles.