Progressive rockers Styx play Stamford’s Palace Theatre
The progressive rock band Styx broke through to the mainstream in 1977 with the album “The Grand Illusion” and continued to score hits and cement their legacy throughout the rest of the 1970s and well into the 1980s.
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On Thursday night, May 23, the band will come to the Palace Theatre in Stamford for a show highlighting songs from throughout their career, including such staples as “Come Sail Away,” “Pieces of Eight,” “Babe,” “Too Much Time on My Hands,” “Mr. Roboto” and “Fooling Yourself (The Angry Young Man).”
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“(The show) focuses mostly on the big four albums that Styx put out in the late ’70s, but it’s the other songs we add to the mix that really define the flavor of that show. And those change regularly,” singer Lawrence Gowansinger, who replaced original piano playing frontman Dennis DeYoung, told pressofatlanticcity.com
The Palace Theatre, 61 Atlantic St., Stamford. Thursday, May 23, 8 p.m. $341 (VIP package)-$58.50. 203-325-4466.