STYX: Notes from the Band
Date Title
Jun 03, 1996 NYC
Jun 05, 1996 VH-1
Jun 08, 1996 Pittsburgh
Jun 09, 1996 Philadelphia
Jun 12, 1996 Saratoga
Jun 18, 1996 Chicago
Jun 20, 1996 Boston
Jun 21, 1996 Cincinatti
Jun 24, 1996 Quebec City
Jun 26, 1996 Atlanta
Jun 27, 1996 More Atrlanta
Jun 28, 1996 Memphis
Jul 01, 1996 Atlanta
Jul 04, 1996 Little Rock
Jul 06, 1996 Houston
Jul 07, 1996 Biloxi
Jul 08, 1996 West Palm Beach
Jul 11, 1996 Hurricane Bertha
Jul 12, 1996 Raleigh
Jul 13, 1996 Virginia Beach
Jul 16, 1996 NYC
Jul 20, 1996 John Panozzo
Jul 21, 1996 Peoria
Jul 26, 1996 Oklahoma City
Jul 30, 1996 Kansas City
Aug 02, 1996 Denver
Aug 03, 1996 Vegas
Aug 03, 1996 Vegas
Aug 06, 1996 Los Angeles
Aug 08, 1996 Reno
Aug 10, 1996 Pasa Robles
Aug 11, 1996 Portland
Aug 13, 1996 The Gorge
Aug 15, 1996 Los Angeles
Aug 17, 1996 More LA
Aug 28, 1996 False End
Aug 30, 1996 Quebec
Sep 02, 1996 Chicgo
Sep 03, 1996 The Bears
Sep 04, 1996 Gone Fishin'
Sep 05, 1996 Birmingham
Sep 06, 1996 Pensacola
Sep 07, 1996 Orlando
Sep 09, 1996 Good Bye Florida
Sep 12, 1996 43 in LA
Sep 13, 1996 Allegan
Sep 14, 1996 Moline
Sep 15, 1996 Ames
Sep 19, 1996 Toledo
Sep 19, 1996 Todd's Band
Sep 20, 1996 Toledo
Sep 22, 1996 Chicago
Oct 06, 1996 Finally Home
Dec 15, 1996 Happy Holidays



More Atlanta

--Last night in Atlanta STYX members gathered at The Palm restaurant with their managers, agent and tour promoters to celebrate the ongoing success of the tour and to discuss new ways to make themselves more accessible to their fans. But the hottest topic was the rehearsal that afternoon with The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Tim McGrath said he now knows what it must have been like for George Martin, on the soundstage when the Beatles recorded with the London Philharmonic. "I looked over the shoulders of the violin section on stage left and there was Tommy Shaw, in blue jean shorts, wearing his sunglasses, sitting on a stool with his guitar, singing "Crystal Ball" with the band and an 84 piece orchestra. It was unbelievable..."� JY and Darryl (the conductor) hit it off and were leaping in unison on several songs to signal the bombastic endings (stingers, as they are referred to by players). "JY's huge grin was quite infectious," noted one of the violinists." During the evening, several music insiders stopped by to say hello and join in the celebration. Ed Roland, the creative powerhouse behind Collective Soul and longtime friend of STYX manager Charlie Brusco, came by with his wife and it was truly a mutual admiration society. Tommy told Ed that recently in an interview he had named Collective Soul his favorite new band and attributed them as "having barely scratched the surface of their potential." Ed revealed that the first time he ever sang in a public appearance, he sang "Too Much Time On My Hands". Many laughs and pats on the back later and having laid rest to the amazing feast presented by The Palm, the boys retired to rest up for the shows this week in Memphis, Knoxville, Atlanta and Nashville.

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