Words matter. These are the best Arnel Pineda Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
What I consider a challenge is to prove that I am worthy as Journey’s new vocalist.
Money, to me, is just a mode of transportation that I use to get around but not enough to get me where I really want to be: to a world of bliss and happiness.
I had to give up a lot of foods that I’m accustomed to eating: dairy products, beer, wine, spicy food.
I’m allergic to molds, cigarette smoke, smog and dust and animals’ hair.
Journey gave me a magic wand, and it’s changed the man that I am. I was able to muster this kind of courage that I never, ever had in my life.
I consider myself an alumnus of Hard Rock Cafe.
I want to tell all the dreamers out there that they should stay away from vices if they want to succeed; that they need training, guidance, and support.
I take small meals three times a day – Breakfast at 6 or 7 A.M., let my body digest what I eat, and then I have lunch. My last meal for the day is at around 6 P.M. No more food after that.
I prefer alkaline water. Good for the vocal cords, especially if you take it in the morning.
Just don’t give up. I mean, don’t stop believin’.
I believe in second chances.
I have never hated my job; I only hate its negative results every time I attempt to do something amazing.
I don’t consider myself a rock star. I would rather be looked at as a regular guy who happened to be in the right time at the right place. But if you call me a rock star, thank you.
I just do what I can do to be one of the people who make a difference.
There is only one Steve Perry, and I am a fan.
I’ve known what it’s like to survive without a steady job. Growing up in the Philippines, I watched my parents juggle part-time jobs at the corner shop and as tailors, barely able to make ends meet for my three brothers and me.
There are a lot of undiscovered world-class bands across Asia, and we want to find them, help fulfill their dreams, or at least give them initial exposure.
The first time we played in Berlin, there was this guy who went into the show expecting Steve Perry. He was so frustrated, he threw this paper cup filled with beer on me.
I’ve got the best gig in the world.
Make sure that you are happy with what you are doing; otherwise, you will be miserable. Pursue your dream. Don’t give up.
I pray everywhere and with all my heart.
To all the Journey fans, thank you for all your love and support to me and our whole band.
There are people out there who want me to fail. I’m sticking to those people who believe in me.
I know that there are a lot of people like me out there waiting to be given a break.
I have a foundation where it caters to street children and entices them to go back to school. The street is not a good school for them. They need to go to a proper school.
I guess that I have nothing more to aspire for.
I am very grateful for all the blessings; I couldn’t ask for more.
I travel a lot, but I’d love to go back to cities such as Paris, Las Vegas, New York, and London with my family. When I’m there touring with the band, I have to work, and it’s no fun at all.
I think that Steve Perry will always be known as the singer of Journey. I have so much respect for him.
I’m short. I’m so Asian.
Since I was five years old, when my mom was still alive, she would just call me. And we would listen to the radio with Barbra Streisand and Karen Carpenter, and she would ask me to sing with her.
I use a lot of utility apps on my iPad, and I have four kinds of ‘Angry Birds’ games! I also use GarageBand to create demos.
My life is now an open book.
The fans at our shows in Tokyo love music so much; they’re amazing. They give a kind of energy and adrenaline that builds us up when we play.
A job provides so much more than a paycheck. It provides a sense of dignity and belonging. It gives you the opportunity to learn, grow, and be part of a team – or, in my case, part of a band.
I’m used to the Journey routine now.
I try to avoid gaining weight as much as possible because it hinders my performance onstage. Touring demands so much energy.
I never had a slight feeling of intimidation. I’m not even trying to compete with Mr. Perry.
There was a time when I had to cancel around five shows because I lost my voice due to acid reflux. Being with Journey, I get introduced to very good doctors and specialists. I’m managing the condition with proper medication.
I like to keep my voice going. I don’t want it to lose its chops. You know, as you age, it’s easier for you to lose it.
With streaming concerts, we can all be together at the same time: the whole world, all at once, can be sitting front row from wherever they are in the world.
The Journey guys were so warm and friendly. I’m learning a lot from them.
I have too much respect for the music and for the band and the fans to give anything less than my best.
Everybody is entitled to his own opinion.