Dennis DeYoung

Is Celebrating The

Music Of Styx

At MGM

Former lead singer of Styx, Dennis DeYoung will be celebrating the 40th Anniversary of The Grand Illusion and will be playing that album in its entirety as well as other hits on March 13 at the MGM Center Stage.

Dennis DeYoung formed Styx in Chicago along with James Young, Chuck Panozzo, John Panozzo and J.C. Curulewski in 1972.

Styx hit the airwaves in 1974 with the Top Ten smash hit "Lady."  The band had continued success when Tommy Shaw joined the band and had many Top Ten hits and several  multi-platinum selling albums including The Grand Illusion which was released in 1977. 

Dennis will be playing songs from The Grand Illusion like "Come Sail Away" "Fooling Yourself (Angry Young Man)" and "Castle Walls" along with other Styx hits like "Mr. Roboto" and "The Best Of Times."

Tickets start at $37.50 and can be purchased here

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