Journey's Neal Schon and Carlos Santana have engaged in some preliminary talks regarding a new collaborative project, Schon revealed in a recent interview.
"I've reconnected with Carlos Santana now and we have been talking about doing something together again," he told Noise11. "We've talked a lot on the telephone and I hooked up with him before Christmas. You never know what's going to happen. Life is full of surprises. It's very exciting."
Back in the day, Schon got his start in Santana as a 15-year old in the Bay Area. He appeared on two of their albums, 1971's Santana III and Caravanserai, before he and keyboardist Gregg Rolie decided to branch out on their own in 1975, which eventually lead to Journey's debut album a mere two years later.
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