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Styx (band)

American rock band from Chicago
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Styx was an American rock band. They were one of the most popular groups of the 1970s and early 1980s. They formed in Chicago in 1972. They were the first band to have four platinum albums in a row. They continued playing after reuniting in 1990.

Styx
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Styx performing live in Hinckley, MN on June 13, 2008. (left to right: James "J.Y." Young, Tommy Shaw, Lawrence Gowan)
Background information
OriginChicago, Illinois
GenresHard rock, progressive rock, art rock, soft rock
Years active1972 – 1984, 1989-1992, 1995 – present
LabelsA&M, Interscope
Websitewww.styxworld.com
MembersJames "J.Y." Young
Tommy Shaw
Todd Sucherman
Lawrence Gowan
Ricky Phillips
Chuck Panozzo
Past membersDennis DeYoung
John Panozzo
John Curulewski
Glen Burtnik

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