Rock & Roll legends Styx played the MontBleu Theater inside the MontBleu Resort Tahoe to a completely sold out audience of die-hard fans. There was not an empty spot in the entire 3,000+ seat venue, the place was packed.
Styx is an American rock band from Chicago that became famous for its albums from the mid-1970s and early 1980s. They are best known for melding the style of pop rock with the power of hard-rock guitar, strong ballads and elements of international musical theater.
Members of the band include, James "J.Y." Young (guitar, backing and lead vocals, additional keyboards), Tommy Shaw (guitar, lead and backing vocals, mandolin, autoharp), Todd Sucherman (drums, percussion, backing vocals), Lawrence Gowan (lead and backing vocals, keyboards, additional guitar), Ricky Phillips (bass, backing vocals, additional guitar) and Chuck Panozzo (bass, backing vocals, bass pedals). Panozzo only plays on select shows due to health reasons.
The set lasted 90 minutes and went like this,
"The Grand Illusion", "Too Much Time On My Hands", "Fooling Yourself (The Angry Young Man)", "Lady", "Light Up", "Miss America", "Crystal Ball", "Walrus", "Blue Collar Man (Long Nights)", "Come Sail Away", "Gowan Melody" and two encore songs, "Rockin' The Paradise" and "Renegade".
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