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Styx, the popular 80s band behind arena-rockers “Babe,” “Come Sail Away,” and “Lady” is on tour! You would be silly to miss your chance to see one of Adam Sandler's favorite bands LIVE! Buy your Styx tickets now!
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STYX stll solid in 2012
By Renegade 2012 from Fort Worth, Texas on 1/15/2012
Pros:
Crowd Was In To It, Engaging Stage Presence
Best For:
Everyone

As a veteren of dozens of STYX shows, there performance at Billy Bob's Saturday night was as good as I expected, and offered a couple of surprises. The current line up of Tommy Shaw (guitar vocals), James (JY) Young guitar vocals), Laurance Gowan (key board, vocals), Ricky Philips (bass) and Todd Sucherman (drums)seem to be a tight group of players, and seem to work well together on stage, which wasn't always the case when the band featured Dennis DeYoung on keyboards and vocals. This group is without a doubt a working band, and has started to develope a hard core fan bass that has connected with this group of guys and see them time and time again. No one in the group seated near me had seen the band less than a dozen time and one woman was watching her 87th show, while when Tommy Shaw asked the crowd how many people were seeing STYX for the first time the applause was very scattered. With their loyal fan bass in place the band hit the stage with Blue collar Man, and preformed hit after hit with the energy of twenty years ago, and the precision the years have given them. After playing songs like Renegade night after night for thousands of shows, it is amazing how the guys keep it and all the other tunes fresh, not only last night but every night they play. Shaw's voice is till great, and while Gowan is no DeYoung (no one is) he does an adiquate job with vocals on lady, Madame Blue, etc. JY has fun with Miss America, Snowblind, and last night did a great job singing Loelei. Ricky Philips is a good bass player who doesn't stand in the back ground and peck away on his bass. He is an active participant in the over all show and seems to be well liked by his band mates. Todd Sucherman's drumming is simply excellent. Part of the reason for the loyal following may be that these guys are all likeable and while there has to be egoes on the stage they aren't apparent. My over all advice about seeing this band is if they are head lining they are a can't miss show. If they open for another band like Reo Speedwagon, they are still pretty good. I have found though that in three band line ups, if they are the opener, they seem to be less attractive, perhaps due to less time on stage and the crowd waiting for the head liner. Another time I would be less enthusiastic about their show is at out door venues when it is very hot. JY seems to struggle in the heat, and you can usually judge how a STYX show will go by how JY seems to feel. If he is having a good time on stage they are great. If he isn't so sharp the rest of the guys seem to follow. Over all go see these guys, and then go see them again. They are still great, and unlike many bands, they are playing some where over 100 days a year.

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Styx October 9th Ruidoso, NM
By Doug from Las Cruces, NM on 1/9/2011
Pros:
Engaging Stage Presence, Great Lighting, Great Sound, Perfect Set List
Cons:
Too Short
Best For:
Everyone

My brother bought front row tickets, stage left, end seats. 2 songs in they beckoned everyone up to the stage. I could have touched Tommy Shaw. Amazing show! I think I got some spittle on my face. Will be attending the Corpus Christi show in Feb to hear it all again.

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Yes, THAT close

Just awesome!

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Styx, and Kansas may 19 2010
By Neicers from Rancho Cuamonga, Cali. on 5/20/2010
Pros:
Crowd Was In To It, Engaging Stage Presence, Great Encores, Great Lighting, Great Sound, Perfect Set List
Best For:
Everyone

Styx felt like they used to... energetic, entertaining, voices were great1 and stage presence fabulous! overall Great crowd and everyone sang along.... Renegade Kicked, and Tommy Shaw ... well.... Tommy Shaw!so cute awsome...

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Styx Orlando Hard Rock - Good Show
By KG from Merritt Island, FL on 4/17/2010
Pros:
Crowd Was In To It, Engaging Stage Presence
Cons:
Too Short
Best For:
Everyone

Good show. They still sound great. Tommy Shaw was awesome. Way too short set list. Great songs, but they only played for 75 minutes as the only act at the Hard Rock, Orlando. Would definately see them again though. Maybe next time they'll play a little longer. Cover of the Beatles "I am the Walrus" was awesome.

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Styx Concert Tickets

As one of the forbearers of prog-rock, Styx has a special place in music history. Since the late 1970s, the Chicago-based band has been a mainstay on classic rock radio stations and remains an icon to legions of fans today, many of whom still line up to buy Styx tickets.

The earliest days of Styx can be traced as far back as 1961, when twin brothers Chuck and John Panozzo decided to form a band. Though they tinkered with the sound and line up over the next several years, by the time 1970 rolled around, they were ready to take the music world by storm. The band’s original sound was more solid rock with hints of prog-rock in the wings. They got their first taste of success thanks to the album Styx II, which featured the popular single "Lady," but it was nothing compared to what the next decade or so had in store. Meanwhile Styx toured with other prog-rockers of the time like David Bowie and Thin Lizzy.

In 1975 Styx played a music festival in Ohio which saw them sharing the stage with Aerosmith and REO Speedwagon, as well as many other top acts from different genres of the time. Then the band's big break came in 1977 with the release of The Grand Illusion. A critical favorite, the record climbed all the way to number six on the Billboard charts and included one of the band's most well-known tunes, "Come Sail Away."

Over the next decade, Styx would be a mainstay on radio with songs such as "Renegade," "Mr. Roboto" and "Too Much Time on My Hand" all making their way up the charts. Continuing their touring frenzy, Styx shared marquees with Kiss, Rush and April Wine. Though the band would go through many changes in lineup, including several splits and reconciliations, over the next few decades, they never lost their place in the hierarchy of the music world. Styx never lost their luster or their acclaimed status, paving a smooth path for the band’s numerous comebacks. Don’t pass up your chance to see this classic band at their finest; purchase your Styx concert tickets today!