Steve Perry, the former lead singer of the American rock band Journey, has not written an autobiography. However, Laura Monica Cucu wrote a biography about him called "Steve Perry: A Singer's Journey" in 2006.
Perry, who is No. 76 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 100 greatest singers, was the lead singer of the San Francisco-based band Journey from 1977 to 1987. Perry co-wrote one of the band's most iconic hits "Don't Stop Believin'." After leaving Journey, Perry launched a career as a solo artist and had several hit songs, including "Oh Sherrie." Perry and Journey reunited once in 1996, when they released an album called "Trial By Fire." Since 1996, Perry has spent most of his time out of the spotlight. In 2014, however, he performed a few Journey songs at an Eels concert in St. Paul, Minnesota.