Sounds Of Journey Bring 14,000 To Central Park
By Carol Rock
Just like they did last year, the Journey tribute band DSB broke attendance records as they closed the city of Santa Clarita's Concerts In the Park series at Central Park with approximately 14,000 music fans covering the fields and dancing into the dark.
The band, which includes local keyboardist Jeff Vincent, was the closing act for 2009's series and surprised organizers when 10,000 people filled the park. Word got out early this year, helped along by fan pages and social networks that carried the word to the Journey faithful, who began arriving with pop-up tents and blankets to stake out their spots soon after sunup Saturday.
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According to their official website, the band was formed in October of 2008 to pay tribute to Journey, calling themselves DSB (Don’t Stop Believin’). As faithful fans of Journey’s music, DSB is committed to staying true to Journey’s legacy, while bringing a fresh pulse to the heart of their songs. Since it’s inception, DSB fills venues to capacity with crowds singing and cheering the great hits of this chart-topping band. In only two years, DSB has played some of the nation’s premier venues including the Las Vegas and Atlantic City Hilton, The House of Blues, The Grove of Anaheim, The Canyon Club, and many more.