STYX: Notes from the Band
Date Title
Aug 14, 1999 Itchycoo Park
Aug 21, 1999 Travel Day
Aug 25, 1999 Hi Everyone
Aug 27, 1999 And then there was Utah
Sep 02, 1999 Last night with Lynyrd Skynyrd
Sep 06, 1999 In 1997
Sep 07, 1999 Here's Something
Sep 08, 1999 September 8
Sep 10, 1999 Half My Life
Sep 17, 1999 Hello Friends
Oct 07, 1999 We're BAAAAACK!!
Oct 10, 1999 Hello Friends
Oct 11, 1999 Hi Stygians
Oct 22, 1999 Detroit
Oct 23, 1999 Pittsburgh
Oct 26, 1999 Hello My Fine Friends
Oct 29, 1999 Hello Styxfans
Oct 30, 1999 Hi Friends
Oct 31, 1999 Tallahasee
Nov 02, 1999 The Big Easy
Nov 03, 1999 New Orleans
Nov 06, 1999 Walter Payton
Nov 07, 1999 Tom Short
Nov 09, 1999 St. Louis
Nov 14, 1999 Anaheim
Nov 16, 1999 Wear Some Flowers...



Notes from STYX on the Road #32


As of last night in Akron, Ohio, STYX is officially back on the road. Now entering our final tour of the millennium! Last night was show number 55 and it feels like we are just getting warmed up. The theater in Akron was absolutely beautiful and sounded even better acoustically. The audience? Well, what can I tell you? We were in Ohio! The place where Rock originated. Did they know how to deal with a smokin' show from this band? You better believe it.

It is nice to be back. We had a good time getting to sleep in our own beds for a few nights, to air out the suitcases and change out the contents thereof, but each of us felt the calling of the fall tour. If you have seen us, you know how much fun the show is, right? Well, it is even more fun for us to get to perform night after night. As I have mentioned before, we are in many ways a baby band and as good as the show has grown to be, it just keeps getting better. There are so many more places to play and so many more chances to get it right, that we, as players are a bit adduced to the calling. Reminds me of the lyrics to our classic song "Lights." Just as true today as it was in 1979 when we recorded it for the Cornerstone album.

When I left home yesterday I made the classic mistake of thinking just because I live in California and it is in the mid 90's temperature-wise, that it is like that everywhere else, so while we were doing our sound check yesterday, Jeanne and Suzie were at the mall getting me something warm to wear! What am I--NEW? Lol...

Saw lots of Listee folks there last night and I hope you guys keep up with us as we work our way down to the end of 1999 and hop over to the next century. You thought the last millennium was good for STYX? HA! Just wait until 2000! You ain't seen nuttin' yet!

By the way, in the past few days, Todd Sucherman had a #1 hit in the Jazz charts with a song he wrote with Brian Culbertson called "Outta The Blue," and "The Best of Gowan," Lawrence's greatest hits CD went gold in Canada. This band never stops!

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