Dennis DeYoung - The Music of Styx
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Opened Jun 5, 2009
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A rare and intimate acoustic evening of all your favorite Styx classics showcasing Dennis DeYoung on grand piano, Glen Burtnik on acoustic guitar/vocals, former Night Ranger guitarist Jeff Watson on lead acoustic guitar, and Hank Horton on bass/vocals. Highlights of this acoustic format allows the purity of DeYoung's distinctive tenor to shine along with soaring three part harmonies, great musicianship and great songs. Don't miss this special evening. Dennis DeYoung recreates 30 years of musical history featuring all the music he wrote and sang spanning his remarkable career. All your favorite classics including 8 top 10 hits such as "Lady," "Babe," "Come Sail Away," "Best of Times," "Mr. Roboto," "Don't Let it End," plus Rock anthems "Suite Madame Blue," "Grand Illusion," "Lorelei," plus many more. This live concert showcases the talents of legendary singer/songwriter/record producer Dennis DeYoung. His voice is one of the most recognizable in the music world today and continues to inspire new generations of fans. Singer, songwriter, guitarist, New Jersey native and former Styx band member, Glen Burtnik, will join Dennis on stage. Burtnik is a respected solo artist with five albums to his credit plus an accomplished songwriter penning songs for other top artists including Patty Smyth and Don Henley who took "Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough" to #2 on the pop charts. Jeff Watson has established himself as one of the worlds most revolutionary and and technically gifted guitarists for over two decades. Jeff originated the "8 Finger Technique," a fret board tapping style he has used to astound casual fans and professional musicians alike during his long career with Night Ranger.
237 W 42nd St
New York, NY 10036
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