Tagged: Queen

Styx Singer is on a ‘Mission’

Royal Flush recently picked the brain of Styx lead singer and keyboardist Lawrence Gowan following the band’s gig at NY’s Jones Beach. The frontman opened up about topics such as the group’s current tour, their latest album The Mission, and the landmarks he likes to visit when Styx performs in New York. Royal Flush: The Mission has been out for just over a year now. Now that you’ve had some time to fully process it,...

No ‘Grand Illusion’ – Styx, Joan Jett, and Tesla in New York

One of the most anticipated package tours of the summer hit the Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater on Friday, June 29, as Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, Styx, and Tesla teamed up to provide an evening of familiar radio hits mixed with lesser-known, deep cuts. While each act had its strong suits, Styx, sandwiched between openers Tesla and headliner Jett, ultimately owned the night. Leading off with “Gone Gone Gone” off the band’s latest studio...

Sons Of Apollo ‘Come Home’ To New York

It’s easy to label progressive rock as pretentious, bombastic, and self-indulgent. The polarizing genre, popularized by prog pioneers such as Rush, Yes, and Kansas, has long been criticized for its propensity for lengthy solos, grandiose stage shows, and nonsensical lyrics. But with any musical style, there are a plethora of both good and bad examples. Sons of Apollo, unquestionably, fall into the former category. For all the complaints about the maligned art form, at its...