Q103 recently had the chance to speak to keyboardist Jonathan Cain of Journey ahead of Journey's tour with Def Leppard which plays Times Union Center in Albany Wednesday, May 23.

Tigman talked to Jonathan Cain about his nearly 40 years with Journey, his new book, Journey/Def Leppard's upcoming 2018 tour, writing "Don't Stop Believin'", Steve Perry and 2017 Rock Hall induction, and more. Check out video above for the full interview.

Jonathan Cain was best known for his work with the band The Babies before joining Journey in 1980. He replaced keyboardist Gregg Rollie in the band and helped bring Journey success in 1981 with the album Escape, the band's most successful album reaching No. 1 on the Billboard 200. The single "Don't Stop Believin'" is one of the Journey's biggest hits, becoming the top selling song in iTunes history in 2009, amongst songs not released in the 21st century. Jonathan Cain also wrote the classic Journey ballad "Faithfully". Other success for Cain came with the band Bad English in the 80's which featured his former Baby's bandmates John Waite (vocals), Ricky Phillips (bass), and Journey bandmate Neal Schon on guitar.