Rock band Styx February date tickets on sale at Tucker Civic Center
Legendary rock band Styx will present their 2022 world tour at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center in February. This concert is set for 7 p.m. on Tuesday, February 22, 2022.
Tickets ($ 49.50 to $ 89.50) go on sale at 10 a.m. on December 17 at TuckerCivicCenter.com or at the Tucker Civic Center box office.
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The six men who make up Styx are committed to rocking heaven with audiences everywhere as they enter their second decade with an average of over 100 shows a year, and each of them is committed to making the next show better. than the previous one.
Styx draws inspiration from over four decades of chart hits, cheerful songs, and tough deep cuts. Like a symphony that builds itself into a satisfying crescendo, a Styx ensemble covers a wide range of stylistic cornerstones.
From the progressive splendor that is “the great illusion” to the fortitude of all that is “the man with the blue collar”, from the majestic spiritual love for a special “lady” to the seething indictment of “Miss America,” from royal bravado to the stars of “Come Sail Away” to the grainy all-in-one gallop of this rugged “Renegade,” the band leans on their signature sound.
A new era of hope, survival and prosperity is shaping up with the release of “Crash of the Crown”, Styx’s new studio album, which was written before the pandemic and recorded during the trying times of the pandemic.
Legendary rockers – James “JY” Young (vocals, guitars), Tommy Shaw (vocals, guitars), Chuck Panozzo (bass, vocals), Todd Sucherman (drums, percussion), Lawrence Gowan (vocals, keyboards) and Ricky Phillips ( bass, guitar, vocals) – released their 17th album on June 18, 2021 on the band’s label, Alpha Dog 2T / UMe, which is available in clear vinyl, black vinyl, CD, and on digital platforms. Fans can pre-order it at Styxworld.com.
“Absolutely nothing was going to get in the way of how we approached the creation of this album,” singer / guitarist Tommy Shaw concludes of the recording efforts of his fellow COTC producers. “And it all came out exactly as we wanted to hear it.”
For more details, visit TuckerCivicCenter.com.
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