Musical artists similar to or like Styx (band)

American rock band from Chicago that formed in 1972 and is best known for melding hard rock guitar balanced with acoustic guitar, synthesizers mixed with acoustic piano, upbeat tracks with power ballads, and incorporating elements of international musical theatre. Wikipedia

  • Dennis DeYoung

    American singer-songwriter, musician and producer. Founding member of the rock band Styx as primary lead vocalist and keyboardist, a tenure that lasted from 1970 until June 1999. Wikipedia

  • Tommy Shaw

    American guitarist, singer, songwriter, and performer best known as the frontman and guitarist for the rock band Styx. In between his stints with Styx, he has played with other groups including Damn Yankees and Shaw Blades as well as releasing several solo albums. Wikipedia

  • This article presents the discography of American rock band Styx. Over the years they have released 16 studio albums, nine live albums, 16 compilation albums, and 31 singles. Wikipedia

  • American drummer best known for his work with rock band Styx. Panozzo grew up in the Roseland neighborhood, the south side of Chicago, Illinois, with his fraternal twin brother, Chuck (born 90 minutes apart). Wikipedia

  • Come Sail Away – The Styx Anthology

    Musical album by Styx, released on May 4, 2004. Compilation consisting of two compact discs and contains a thorough history of the band. Wikipedia

  • Greatest Hits (Styx album)

    Compilation album by the American rock band Styx. Released by A&M Records on August 22, 1995. Wikipedia

  • James Young (American musician)

    American guitarist, singer and songwriter who is best known for playing lead guitar in the American rock band Styx. Young began playing keyboard and piano at the age of five. Wikipedia

  • Styx Classics Volume 15

    Greatest hits compilation for the band Styx, released in 1987 by A&M Records as part of A&M's classics series of greatest hits albums for artists on its label. Label-exclusive. Wikipedia

  • Show Me the Way (Styx song)

    Song written by Dennis DeYoung and released as the second single from Edge of the Century by Styx. It peaked at #3 on the pop singles chart in March 1991. Wikipedia

  • Cornerstone (Styx album)

    Ninth studio album by the American rock band Styx, released in 1979. Styx's first album to earn a Grammy nomination, which was for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group. Wikipedia

  • Lady (Styx song)

    1973 song written and performed by the rock band Styx. First released on Styx II and was a local hit in the band's native Chicago, but initially failed to chart nationally. Wikipedia

  • Regeneration: Volume I & II

    Compilation album by the band Styx released in 2011. It consists of re-recordings of classic Styx songs, one new track entitled "Difference in the World" and two Damn Yankees covers. Wikipedia

  • Paradise Theatre (album)

    Tenth album by the rock band Styx, released in January 1981. The band's most commercially successful album, peaking at #1 for 3 weeks on the Billboard 200 in April and May 1981 . Wikipedia

  • Renegade (Styx song)

    1979 hit song recorded by the American rock band Styx. On their Pieces of Eight album. Wikipedia

  • Greatest Hits Part 2

    1996 compilation album by the rock band Styx and a follow-up to Greatest Hits, another compilation album released in 1995. The album features 14 previously released Styx songs as well as two new songs, "Little Suzie" and "It Takes Love". Wikipedia

  • One with Everything: Styx and the Contemporary Youth Orchestra

    Live album and concert video by the rock band Styx, which was recorded and professionally filmed in Cleveland, Ohio during their 2006 tour. The band played with the Contemporary Youth Orchestra, playing a set of 16 songs, including three songs from their 2005 studio album Big Bang Theory. Wikipedia

  • First single released by the band Styx from their self-titled debut album, Styx . It charted at #82 on the Billboard Hot 100. Wikipedia

  • Song by Styx that appears on the Paradise Theatre album released in 1981. About the helplessness of cocaine addiction, alternating between slow, brooding verses and a faster, harder-edged chorus (sung by Tommy Shaw), representing the addict's cycle of highs and lows. Wikipedia

  • Styx II

    Second album by American band Styx, released in July 1973. Particularly in favor of this. Wikipedia

  • The Best of Times (song)

    First single release from Styx's 1981 triple-platinum album Paradise Theatre. It reached No. 1 in Canada on the RPM national singles chart, their second chart topper in that country, and No. 3 on the US Billboard Hot 100 for four weeks in March and April 1981. Wikipedia

  • Babe (Styx song)

    Song by the American rock band Styx. The lead single from the band's 1979 triple-platinum album Cornerstone. Wikipedia

  • Singer, songwriter, entertainer and multi-instrumentalist, best known as a former member of Styx. Originally from North Brunswick, New Jersey, in the Middlesex County part of the Raritan Bayshore, of the larger Jersey Shore and lives in Asbury Park, New Jersey, both popular Jersey Shore towns. Wikipedia

  • Extended Versions (Styx album)

    Compilation of live tracks recorded by the band Styx. Released in 2000, but each track on the album had been released as part of Styx's 1997 double live album Return to Paradise. Wikipedia

  • Rockers (Styx album)

    Compilation of songs by the band Styx. Released in 2003. Wikipedia

  • Too Much Time on My Hands

    Second single released from Styx's 1981 triple-platinum album Paradise Theatre. Written and sung by Tommy Shaw, who also plays the lead guitar solo during the break in the song. Wikipedia

  • Come Sail Away

    Song by American progressive rock group Styx, written and sung by primary singer and songwriter Dennis DeYoung and featured on the band's seventh album The Grand Illusion . Upon its release as the lead single from the album, "Come Sail Away" peaked at #8 in January 1978 on the Billboard Hot 100, and helped The Grand Illusion achieve multi-platinum sales in 1978. Wikipedia

  • Journey (band)

    American rock band that formed in San Francisco in 1973. Composed of former members of Santana, namely guitarist Neal Schon, who has remained with the band since its inception, and keyboardist Gregg Rolie, who served as primary lead vocalist for the band's first three albums, and Frumious Bandersnatch, most notably bassist Ross Valory, who was with the band until 1985 and since 1995. Wikipedia

  • The Mission (Styx album)

    Sixteenth studio album by the band Styx, released on June 16, 2017 through UMe. Band's first studio album since 2005's Big Bang Theory and their first release of original material since 2003's Cyclorama. The album reached #45 on the Billboard 200, propelled by pre-sales prior to its official release date, but fell off the chart after 2 weeks. Wikipedia

  • Styx Yesterday & Today

    Compilation album containing songs by the band Styx. Released in 2001. Wikipedia

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