Journey stars Neal Schon and Jonathan Cain have reached an amicable settlement with their former bandmates over the group's name.
In March, 2020, the pair sued fired bassist Ross Valory and drummer Steve Smith, alleging they were attempting to take control of the Journey name.
Valory launched a counter suit in a legal spat that dragged on for a year, but now both sides have reached an agreement.
"The members of the band Journey who were parties to a recent lawsuit (Neal Schon, Jonathan Cain, Steve Smith, and Ross Valory) are pleased to announce that they have resolved their differences and reached an amicable settlement agreement," a statement to Rolling Stone reads.
"Neal Schon and Jonathan Cain acknowledge the valuable contributions that both Ross Valory and Steve Smith have made to the music and the legacy of Journey. Ross Valory and Steve Smith wish their former bandmates well and much success in the future. Journey looks forward to continuing to tour and make new music for their dedicated fans around the world."
Valory and Smith have been replaced in the band by former Journey bassist and American Idol judge Randy Jackson and Grammy-winning drummer Narada Michael Walden.