Foreigner, Styx at Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre, 7-22-14 (photos, review)
You could count on one hand the number of original members in both bands Tuesday night when Foreigner and Styx played Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre – especially with Foreigner’s founding guitarist Mick Jones inexplicably missing from the stage.
Photos of Styx at the Paramount Theatre, 01/30/13 (review)
Led by frontman Tommy Shaw, American rock band Styx brought its hair band progressive rock stylings and squealing synthesizer solos to the Paramount Theatre on Wednesday night.
Styx, REO Speedwagon, Ted Nugent at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, 5/8/12 (photos and review)
If you had taken a shot every time one of the performers screamed "Colorado!" from the stage at Red Rocks during Tuesday night's '70s classic rockfest, you'd be, shall we say, drunk.
News: Styx, REO Speedwagon, Ted Nugent to play Red Rocks in May
Somewhere deep in the hills of this great state, a midday classic rock DJ is raising his fist in triumph, slamming a Bud Heavy tallboy, leading a solitary "U S A!" chant and thanking the rock gods for this triple whammy of a summer tour.
Live review: Styx, Yes @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Nostalgia night came to Red Rocks Tuesday, as two bands whose heydays ended in the mid-'80s brought an unlikely tour to Colorado. On the surface of it, Yes and Styx would seem to have little in common.
I Might Be Wrong: I hope I die before I get old
Gil Scott-Heron died on Friday. It’s a terrible shame for reasons which are legion: for his influence which many have linked up to the genesis of hip-hop, for his well-documented struggles with drugs, for his lived-in voice and for his poetic words.
Photo essay: Denver Day of Rock 2011
The 2nd annual Denver Day of Rock was held on the 16th St. Mall in Downtown Denver on Saturday, May 28. The day consisted of 25 Bands and 5 stages at various locations around the mall.
I Might Be Wrong: Red Rocks plots a forgettable summer
There’s been much hullabaloo made in past weeks about Colorado’s beloved Red Rocks Amphitheatre and its century of concerts. And, deservedly so: Red Rocks is one of the best –- if not the best –- place on the planet to see live music.
Live review: Foreigner, Styx, Kansas @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Memorial Day is for remembering and the holiday weekend serves as one bookend of summer. Retro rock 'n' roll at Red Rocks proved an ideal way to induce memories and start summer off with a bang.
Live review: REO Speedwagon, Styx, .38 Special @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Styx (above) and their touring mates .38 Special and REO Speedwagon turned what could have been a lame nostalgia-fest into a surprisingly fun concert.
Boston, Styx @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre
[photopress:Styx_Boxton_13July2008_MTO0089a.jpg,full,pp_image] Boston and Styx (above) tried their best to shake off the "classic rock" tag at Red Rocks on Sunday. Photos by Mark T. Osler.