- Issued ByColumbia Records
- Dimensions21 x 17 in
- MaterialsFramed RIAA record & cassette
Platinum Album, Frontiers, from Journey dedicated to Barry Fey on behalf of Journey. This is a RIAA certified album.
Frontiers is the eighth studio album by the American rock band Journey, released on February 1, 1983, by Columbia Records. This was the band's last album to feature bassist Ross Valory until 1996's Trial by Fire.
- SourceDirect from Collector
- Authenticated byAmericana Technologies, Inc
- Authenticated onOctober 10, 2023
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Through Feyline, Barry Fey helped usher in a golden era of touring in Rock & Roll and simultaneously produced many notable events across the country. In 1983, Steve Wozniak and Feyline hosted the ‘US Festival,’ featuring Rocks biggest stars, an event that brought out 375,000 people that Sunday, and set the single day attendance record for a concert in the United States. Simultaneously U2 and Barry Fey produced the famed “Under A Blood Red Sky” concert film that Rolling Stone has coined as one of the top moments in music history. Barry Fey created the highest quality experiences for fans and artists in music. "There is only one VIP and that is the person who bought the ticket," Barry Fey.