Styx Nashville Tickets
Styx is one band that, through years of hard work and experimentation, came up with a whole new sound that shook the rock n roll world and changed music for the better. They truly defined the age of rock and for that they have been immortalized all over the world. The millions of fans they have across the globe flock to their concerts in hordes for they know how special Styx really are. The band has sold millions of albums to date and regularly go on concert tours. They have hit the road once again and will soon be making their way to a city famous for music all over the world. Book your Styx Nashville tickets and rock the night away at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center.
The seventies are widely considered to be the golden era of rock music as several influential bands became popular during that time. Styx was part of that highly talented group of artists that managed to revolutionize the music industry for years to come. Even though it took them a few years to establish their unique sound; once they did, there was no holding them back.
They became famous all over the world and amassed a following of millions of fans across the globe. They are now on their way to the Schermerhorn Symphony Center. Grab your Styx Nashville tickets and watch them raise the roof live. Chuck (guitar) and John Panozzo (drums) were twin brothers who, in 1961, got together with their friend Dennis DeYoung to form a band. After several years of small time gigs and numerous changes in the lineup, they released their first self titled album in 1972.
Their first really successful album was “The Grand Illusion” which went to number six on the Billboard charts and was certified platinum. They followed that up by coming out with several albums that went to the top ten on the U.S. charts. In 1981 they came out with “Paradise Theater” which went to the pinnacle of the charts and cemented Styx’s status among the biggest names in rock. Styx redefined an era of music. Their unique blend of rock music and ballads gave rise to a whole generation of new artists that would take this form of music into the new millennia. Only special artists become inspirations and Styx certainly fit the very definition of the word.