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Radio Silence Live From Syracuse

Coming to you from the studio, check out this message from Styx’s Tommy Shaw and a live performance of “Radio Silence” from the United We Rock Tour: http://livemu.sc/2BEq3Fa

Don’t miss a chance to hear it live! Get tickets: http://livemu.sc/2jcJpbT

New Dates Announced With REO Speedwagon & Special Guest Don Felder

ALREADY RACKING UP SHOWS FOR 2018:

HEADLINING TREK STARTS JANUARY 18

LAS VEGAS RESIDENCY AT THE VENETIAN JANUARY 26/27/31 AND FEBRUARY 2/3

CO-HEADLINING TREK WITH REO SPEEDWAGON AND SPECIAL GUEST DON FELDER

STARTS MARCH 13

December 4, 2017 -- Legendary and multi-Platinum rockers STYX--Tommy Shaw (vocals, guitars), James “JY” Young (vocals, guitars), Lawrence Gowan (vocals,...

Equinox Turns 42 Today!

Join us in our celebration of Equinox, which was released 42 years ago today on December 1, 1975. 

by Mike Mettler

Sweet, sweet sounds fill the air: Please join us in our celebration of Equinox, which was released 42 years ago today on December 1, 1975. Equinox was Styx’s first album on A&M Records, after releasing its first four LPs on Wooden Nickel/RCA. Right out of the gate, Equinox's...

One With Everything Turns 11 Today!

by Mike Mettler

One With Everything: Styx and the Contemporary Youth Orchestra, was released by NewDoor/UMe 11 years ago today on November 14, 2006. It also shares a birthday with the Godfather of Styx, co-founding guitarist/vocalist James “JY” Young, who was born on November 14, 1949. Happy birthday, JY! 

One With Everything emerged from the magical show Styx played with the...

Featured Fan Story: Chapter 15

Hey, Renegades! For what is now Styx Featured Fan Story, Chapter 15, we promised you a video answer from Ricky, so here goes... and a big thanks and congrats goes to Bob Larson for asking this question:

"On a couple of songs on The Mission album (Locomotive and Red Storm) you play some really cool bass parts up high on the neck. How did you go about coming up with those? And do you use any...

Encounter with yet another “Styx”-monikered artifact


Many space exploration aficionados who are also Styx fans are already aware that a small moon orbiting the (controversial) dwarf planet Pluto was discovered by the Hubble Telescope in 2012 and was named Styx in 2013.

However, another unique item officially bearing the Styx moniker has been around for decades, albeit in a more down-to-earth (and-sometimes-airborne) existence.

The P-15...

Cornerstone Turns 38 Today!

by Mike Mettler

Cornerstone, Styx’s ninth studio album, was released 38 years ago today on October 19, 1979. It was the band’s third triple-platinum-selling album in a row (cementing them as the first band ever to have achieved that vaunted sales feat, with another one to follow), and it spawned their first #1 single, “Babe.” The intimate, Dennis DeYoung-penned ballad reached the pinnacle of...

Featured Fan Story: Chapter 14 (3)

Hey, Renegades! It's that day once again... now Chapter 14 of the Styx Featured Fan Story series and the 3rd iteration of "Something you always wanted to ask Styx." This time, we have 3 video answers, brought to you by Todd in his studio.

The third question was submitted by Deborah Hesser McLaren, so congratulations, Deborah, and thanks for the great question! Don't miss the other two...

Featured Fan Story: Chapter 14 (2)

Hey, Renegades! It's that day once again... now Chapter 14 of the Styx Featured Fan Story series and the 3rd iteration of "Something you always wanted to ask Styx." This time, we have 3 video answers, brought to you by Todd in his studio.

The second question was submitted by Jan Mathews, so congratulations, Jan, and thanks for the great question! Don't miss the other two questions submitted...

Featured Fan Story: Chapter 14 (1)

Hey, Renegades! It's that day once again... now Chapter 14 of the Styx Featured Fan Story series and the 3rd iteration of "Something you always wanted to ask Styx." This time, we have 3 video answers, brought to you by Todd in his studio.

The first question was submitted by Pam Fleishman, so congratulations, Pam, and thanks for the great question! Don't miss the other two questions submitted...