In 2001, Chuck came out as an HIV-positive gay man and revealed that he had been fighting the disease for several years. Since then, Chuck has been a vocal advocate for Gay rights and AIDS awareness.
Live Review – Styx, REO Speedwagon, and Don Felder Bring the “United We Rock” Tour to Alpharetta, Georgia
This year’s “United We Rock” summer tour had special significance to Styx. It’s not only the 40th Anniversary of their iconic album “The Grand Illusion,” but in June, the band released their first new studio album in over a decade, “The Mission.”
CD Review: “The Mission” by Styx
So, was The Mission worth waiting 14 years for? Well… hell, I think it was worth waiting over 30 years for.
Live Review: Styx in Macon, GA Oct. 5
There are few bands with a live performance pedigree as long as the one Styx has created over the past forty years. When the music industry imploded, the members of Styx were savvy enough to create a new business model and sidestep any potential care ...
How I got into THAT band: Styx
Two weeks ago I was given an opportunity to interview Lawrence Gowan, one of the members of the classic-rock band Styx. The group, famous for songs like “Renegade,” “The Best of Times” and “Come Sail Away,” is on tour again this fall and is performin ...
Interview with Lawrence Gowan from Styx
Originally from Chicago, Styx has grown to become one of the most recognized names in classic rock. In 1972, the band released their first record, the eponymous Styx. After releasing several chart-topping and certified platinum albums, the band went ...