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Mon
24
Apr

STYX New Album 'The Mission' Press Release

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STYX IS READY FOR TAKEOFF WITH THEIR FIRST STUDIO ALBUM IN 14 YEARS, ‘THE MISSION,’ DUE OUT JUNE 16 ON ALPHA DOG 2T/UMe
 
Friday, April 21 -- Welcome one and all to THE MISSION, STYX’s sonically sweet 16th studio album and its most ambitious, most challenging, and most rewarding release to date. Please take note of the official stardate, as THE MISSION has duly been set for liftoff June 16 on the band’s label, Alpha Dog 2T/UMe. Fans can pre-order the album at any of these online retail outlets and Styxworld.com.
 
The first single, “Gone Gone Gone,” was released today at radio and online retail outlets. A video premiered on Billboard.com and can be seen here.
 
“The planets truly aligned for THE MISSION, and I couldn’t be prouder,” says vocalist/guitarist Tommy Shaw, who co-wrote the album’s storyline with longtime collaborator Will Evankovich (Shaw/Blades, The Guess Who). “It’s our boldest, most emblematic album since PIECES OF EIGHT.”
 
As founding guitarist James “JY” Young continues, “In the 40th anniversary year of our release of our biggest selling album of all time, GRAND ILLUSION, it just seemed truly appropriate to save our new studio album until this year. Needless to say, I’m very excited.”
 
THE MISSION is a deep, conceptual, and cinematic epic that offers listeners a thrilling emotional journey — and all ‘cast’ with impassioned guitar parts and those textured, ‘chill-inducing’ Styx vocals. Guitarists Tommy Shaw and James Young sound like they’re energetic upstarts with something to prove, rather than members of a band with decades of history. This is a truly brilliant soundscape, as well as a tribute to the evocative power of the guitar.” — Michael Molenda, Editor-in-Chief, Guitar Player
 
“A throwback to the styles of classic Styx records like THE GRAND ILLUSION and PIECES OF EIGHTTHE MISSION is a wonderful mix of knotty, '70s-era progressive rock madness alongside the melodic power pop the band does so well. Todd Sucherman might be the baby of the group, but he’s an old soul when it comes to finding the right flavor for the new material—and he’s not shy to provide a healthy slab of blazing hand technique, elevating parts to a whole other level of excitement.”
-- Ilya Stemkovsky, Modern Drummer
 
“Styx have really delivered a welcome addition to their catalog with the arrival of THE MISSION, which wraps in all of the important elements of their much loved classic sound, with a wealth of big hooks, anthemic choruses and most importantly, an album’s worth of really good Styx music.”
--Matt Wardlaw, UltimateClassicRock.com
 
Indeed, THE MISSION is an aurally adventurous 43-minute thrill ride that chronicles the trials, tribulations, and ultimate triumphs of the first manned mission to Mars in the year 2033. From the hopeful drive of “Gone Gone Gone” to the stargazing machinations of “Locomotive” to the rough-riding blaze of glory that permeates the hard-charging “Red Storm” to the elegiac optimism of the closing track “Mission to Mars,” the album succeeds in delivering the greater good from a band that continues to fire on all cylinders, 45 years after signing its first recording contract.
 
In fact, THE MISSION--which was recorded over a two-year period at Blackbird Studios, The Shop, and 6 Studio Amontillado in Nashville--displays the best aspects of the ongoing in-harmony musical intersection of the six-man STYX team: the aforementioned guitarist/vocalist Tommy Shaw, co-founding guitarist/vocalist James “JY” Young, keyboardist/vocalist Lawrence Gowan, original bassist Chuck Panozzo, drummer/percussionist Todd Sucherman, and bassist Ricky Phillips.
 
The new music was created to reflect the viewpoint of the six-person crew enlisted for the maiden voyage of Khedive, the first entry in a new fleet of nuclear-powered interplanetary spacecraft underwritten by the Global Space Exploration Program (or GSEP, for short). The Khedive team consists of The Pilot, a fully hands-on, seat-of-the-pants born leader; a First Officer who serves as the team’s big-brother figure; an Engineer who is skeptical of every phase of the mission but remains confident in his own abilities to make the best of any technical situation; and a Top-Shelf Trio of science, astrophysics, and survivalist experts.
 
“The album feels simultaneously comfortable and new,” observes Gowan. “It’s both entertaining and charming, and a natural progression of our sound.” Concludes Panozzo, “THE MISSION is a sincere and honest representation of how STYX built upon where we were in the 20th century in order to go somewhere new in the 21st century.” And that’s the gist of THE MISSION, STYX’s bold sonic voyage into an exciting new frontier with the goal of discovering how the universe’s mysteries unfold—and then creating the perfect soundtrack to accompany it.
 
Light it up, let’s get this show on the road!
 

 
Here’s the track listing for THE MISSION:
 
CD/Digital:
1. Overture
2.  Gone Gone Gone
3.  Hundred Million Miles from Home
4.  Trouble at the Big Show
5.  Locomotive
6.  Radio Silence
7.  The Greater Good
8.  Time May Bend
9.  Ten Thousand Ways to Be Wrong
10.  Red Storm
11.  All Systems Stable
12.  Khedive
13.  The Outpost
14. Mission to Mars
 
Vinyl:
1. Overture (Side A)
2. Gone Gone Gone (Side A)
3. Hundred Million Miles from Home (Side A)
4. Trouble at the Big Show (Side A)
5. Locomotive (Side A)
6. Radio Silence (Side A)
 
7. The Greater Good (Side B)
8. Time May Bend (Side B)
9. Ten Thousand Ways to Be Wrong (Side B)
10. Red Storm (Side B)
11. All Systems Stable (Side B)
12. Khedive (Side B)
13. The Outpost (Side B)
14. Mission to Mars (Side B)
 
Pre-order link: https://UMe.lnk.to/TheMission  
 
“Gone Gone Gone” stream or download link: https://UMe.lnk.to/GoneGoneGone
 
 
 
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Mon
24
Apr

STYX New Album 'The Mission' Press Release

Artist: 
 
STYX IS READY FOR TAKEOFF WITH THEIR FIRST STUDIO ALBUM IN 14 YEARS, ‘THE MISSION,’ DUE OUT JUNE 16 ON ALPHA DOG 2T/UMe
 
Friday, April 21 -- Welcome one and all to THE MISSION, STYX’s sonically sweet 16th studio album and its most ambitious, most challenging, and most rewarding release to date. Please take note of the official stardate, as THE MISSION has duly been set for liftoff June 16 on the band’s label, Alpha Dog 2T/UMe. Fans can pre-order the album at any of these online retail outlets and Styxworld.com.
 
The first single, “Gone Gone Gone,” was released today at radio and online retail outlets. A video premiered on Billboard.com and can be seen here.
 
“The planets truly aligned for THE MISSION, and I couldn’t be prouder,” says vocalist/guitarist Tommy Shaw, who co-wrote the album’s storyline with longtime collaborator Will Evankovich (Shaw/Blades, The Guess Who). “It’s our boldest, most emblematic album since PIECES OF EIGHT.”
 
As founding guitarist James “JY” Young continues, “In the 40th anniversary year of our release of our biggest selling album of all time, GRAND ILLUSION, it just seemed truly appropriate to save our new studio album until this year. Needless to say, I’m very excited.”
 
THE MISSION is a deep, conceptual, and cinematic epic that offers listeners a thrilling emotional journey — and all ‘cast’ with impassioned guitar parts and those textured, ‘chill-inducing’ Styx vocals. Guitarists Tommy Shaw and James Young sound like they’re energetic upstarts with something to prove, rather than members of a band with decades of history. This is a truly brilliant soundscape, as well as a tribute to the evocative power of the guitar.” — Michael Molenda, Editor-in-Chief, Guitar Player
 
“A throwback to the styles of classic Styx records like THE GRAND ILLUSION and PIECES OF EIGHTTHE MISSION is a wonderful mix of knotty, '70s-era progressive rock madness alongside the melodic power pop the band does so well. Todd Sucherman might be the baby of the group, but he’s an old soul when it comes to finding the right flavor for the new material—and he’s not shy to provide a healthy slab of blazing hand technique, elevating parts to a whole other level of excitement.”
-- Ilya Stemkovsky, Modern Drummer
 
“Styx have really delivered a welcome addition to their catalog with the arrival of THE MISSION, which wraps in all of the important elements of their much loved classic sound, with a wealth of big hooks, anthemic choruses and most importantly, an album’s worth of really good Styx music.”
--Matt Wardlaw, UltimateClassicRock.com
 
Indeed, THE MISSION is an aurally adventurous 43-minute thrill ride that chronicles the trials, tribulations, and ultimate triumphs of the first manned mission to Mars in the year 2033. From the hopeful drive of “Gone Gone Gone” to the stargazing machinations of “Locomotive” to the rough-riding blaze of glory that permeates the hard-charging “Red Storm” to the elegiac optimism of the closing track “Mission to Mars,” the album succeeds in delivering the greater good from a band that continues to fire on all cylinders, 45 years after signing its first recording contract.
 
In fact, THE MISSION--which was recorded over a two-year period at Blackbird Studios, The Shop, and 6 Studio Amontillado in Nashville--displays the best aspects of the ongoing in-harmony musical intersection of the six-man STYX team: the aforementioned guitarist/vocalist Tommy Shaw, co-founding guitarist/vocalist James “JY” Young, keyboardist/vocalist Lawrence Gowan, original bassist Chuck Panozzo, drummer/percussionist Todd Sucherman, and bassist Ricky Phillips.
 
The new music was created to reflect the viewpoint of the six-person crew enlisted for the maiden voyage of Khedive, the first entry in a new fleet of nuclear-powered interplanetary spacecraft underwritten by the Global Space Exploration Program (or GSEP, for short). The Khedive team consists of The Pilot, a fully hands-on, seat-of-the-pants born leader; a First Officer who serves as the team’s big-brother figure; an Engineer who is skeptical of every phase of the mission but remains confident in his own abilities to make the best of any technical situation; and a Top-Shelf Trio of science, astrophysics, and survivalist experts.
 
“The album feels simultaneously comfortable and new,” observes Gowan. “It’s both entertaining and charming, and a natural progression of our sound.” Concludes Panozzo, “THE MISSION is a sincere and honest representation of how STYX built upon where we were in the 20th century in order to go somewhere new in the 21st century.” And that’s the gist of THE MISSION, STYX’s bold sonic voyage into an exciting new frontier with the goal of discovering how the universe’s mysteries unfold—and then creating the perfect soundtrack to accompany it.
 
Light it up, let’s get this show on the road!
 

 
Here’s the track listing for THE MISSION:
 
CD/Digital:
1. Overture
2.  Gone Gone Gone
3.  Hundred Million Miles from Home
4.  Trouble at the Big Show
5.  Locomotive
6.  Radio Silence
7.  The Greater Good
8.  Time May Bend
9.  Ten Thousand Ways to Be Wrong
10.  Red Storm
11.  All Systems Stable
12.  Khedive
13.  The Outpost
14. Mission to Mars
 
Vinyl:
1. Overture (Side A)
2. Gone Gone Gone (Side A)
3. Hundred Million Miles from Home (Side A)
4. Trouble at the Big Show (Side A)
5. Locomotive (Side A)
6. Radio Silence (Side A)
 
7. The Greater Good (Side B)
8. Time May Bend (Side B)
9. Ten Thousand Ways to Be Wrong (Side B)
10. Red Storm (Side B)
11. All Systems Stable (Side B)
12. Khedive (Side B)
13. The Outpost (Side B)
14. Mission to Mars (Side B)
 
Pre-order link: https://UMe.lnk.to/TheMission  
 
“Gone Gone Gone” stream or download link: https://UMe.lnk.to/GoneGoneGone
 
 
 
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Fri
21
Apr

STYX Launch 'The Mission' June 16

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New STYX album 'The Mission' due June 16.
 
1             Overture
2             Gone Gone Gone
3             Hundred Million Miles From Home
4             Trouble At The Big Show
5             Locomotive
6             Radio Silence
7             The Greater Good
8             Time May Bend
9             Ten Thousand Ways
10           Red Storm
11           All Systems Stable
12           Khedive
13           The Outpost
14           Mission To Mars 
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Fri
25
Nov

HDNET Presents 'Not So Silent Nights' with TOMMY SHAW

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Los Angeles - November 17, 2016 - HDNET MOVIES gets loud this December, with seven days of music-themed films paired with critically acclaimed documentaries in the -Not So Silent Nights- marathon, presented by STYX legend Tommy Shaw from Monday, Dec. 5 through Sunday, Dec. 11 starting at 7pE each evening. The weeklong event features films highlighting a breadth of music genres from early and classic rock to reggae and modern alternative, including groundbreaking artists such as Elvis Presley, Janis Joplin, Bob Marley, Roger Waters, Dave Navarro, and The Who.
 
'I'm excited to announce that I'll be hosting HDNET MOVIES - Not So Silent Nights,' said Shaw.  'Each night, for seven nights in a row, we will pair a Rock themed feature film with a Rock-umentary. Grab your favorite concert T-shirts and suit up for the shows!'
 
'Tommy Shaw is one of the most prolific and influential figures in rock,' said HDNET MOVIES General Manager Rachael Weaver. 'He has a great deal of knowledge and respect for rock, and it was truly an honor to be able to work with him and learn from his unparalleled experiences in the industry as he presents this incredible lineup. There-s something here for everyone to enjoy, and I-m confident our viewers are going to love it.'
 
HDNET MOVIES will be celebrating the -Not So Silent Nights- stunt by giving away the ultimate Tommy Shaw prize pack. One lucky winner will receive a guitar signed by Tommy Shaw, and two tickets to Renegades in the Fast Lane at The Venetian Theatre in Las Vegas on Jan. 6 to 14, 2017.  Other prizes include signed albums and tickets to the 2017 Styx Summer Tour. Participants can enter the contest here. http://hdnetmovies.com/cinemascoop/tommy-shaw
 
In STYX news, the legendary and multi-Platinum rockers--Tommy Shaw (vocals, guitars), James -JY- Young (vocals, guitars), Lawrence Gowan (vocals, keyboards), Todd Sucherman (drums) and Ricky Phillips (bass), along with the occasional surprise appearance by original bassist Chuck Panozzo--with very special guest star Don Felder (formerly of the Eagles) will take the Las Vegas stage for an unforgettable five-night limited engagement at The Venetian Theatre inside The Venetian in Las Vegas. The show, -Styx & Don Felder: Renegades In The Fast Lane,- will be held on January 6, 7, 11, 13 and 14, 2017. Tickets are on sale now at www.Venetian.com/StyxFelder.
 
For a complete schedule of films and times, visit www.hdnetmovies.com/schedules
The Complete -Not So Silent Nights- Lineup is as Follows:
 
Mon., December 5
JINGLE BELL ROCKS! (2013) - Network Premiere - 7pE - The week of rock kicks off with a guided tour of the weird and wonderful underground world of alternative Christmas music in the network premiere of JINGLE BELL ROCKS!, featuring appearances by The Flaming Lips, Run DMC, and John Waters.
THAT THING YOU DO! (1996) - 8:40pE - Tom Hanks leads a small town rock band to super-stardom in the hit 1996 comedy THAT THING YOU DO!, with Liv Tyler and Charlize Theron.
 
Tues., December 6
THIS IS ELVIS (1981) - Network Premiere - 7pE - Take an in-depth look at the tremendous legacy of rock n- roll hero Elvis Presley with archived footage and interviews in THIS IS ELVIS.
ELVIS LIVES! (2016) - Network Premiere - 8:50pE - The King (Jonathan Nation) goes undercover to bring down a crime syndicate and save his family in the conspiracy thriller ELVIS LIVES!
 
Wed., December 7
JANIS (1974) - Network Premiere - 7pE - Consisting entirely of archival footage, the classic 1974 film documents the life and death of rock legend Janis Joplin, including iconic moments such as her 1969 Woodstock performance and her 1970 appearance on The Dick Cavett Show, along with behind the scenes footage of the singer.
GRAFFITI BRIDGE (1990) - Network Premiere - 8:40pE - Prince goes toe-to-toe with Morris Day to prove who is the best songwriter in GRAFFITI BRIDGE.
 
Thurs., December 8
MARLEY (2012) - Network Premiere - 7pE - The network premiere of MARLEY features an intimate examination of the social, musical, and political impact of reggae pioneer Bob Marley.
THE HARDER THEY COME (1972) - Network Premiere - 9:30pE - A young Jamaican battles drug dealers and corrupt music execs in the premiere of the 1972 classic THE HARDER THEY COME.
 
Fri., December 9
ROGER WATERS: THE WALL (2014) - Network Premiere - 7pE - Spend an evening with rock revolutionary Roger Waters, co-founder of Pink Floyd, as he takes viewers behind the scenes of his elaborate stage production in ROGER WATERS: THE WALL.
DETROIT ROCK CITY (1999) - 9:20pE - Four high school friends do everything they can to attend a KISS concert in Detroit in this beloved 1999 comedy.
 
Sat., December 10
MOURNING SON (2015) - Network Premiere - 7pE - Dave Navarro recalls his mother-s murder and the lasting effects it had in the premiere of MOURNING SON.
ROCK STAR (2001) - 8:50pE - Tribute band frontman Mark Whalberg is recruited to join his favorite metal act in ROCK STAR, with Jennifer Aniston.
 
Sun., December 11
THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT (1979) - 7pE - The block comes to a close as filmmaker Jeff Stein captures the wild heart and infectious spirit of The Who in THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT.
TOMMY (1975) 
8:55pE - Roger Daltrey plays a deaf, dumb, and blind savior in the 1975 rock opus TOMMY, with Elton John and Jack Nicholson.
 
ABOUT HDNET MOVIES
HDNET MOVIES showcases the best in box office hits, award-winning films and memorable movie marathons, uncut and commercial free. Launched in 2003 by visionary entrepreneur Mark Cuban, the linear TV network and VOD service programs a diverse slate of top Hollywood films in beautiful high definition. HDNET MOVIES is widely distributed by major cable, telco and satellite TV providers in the U.S. For further information, visit www.hdnetmovies.com.
  
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Thu
14
Jan

STYX Screens Fading American Dream at 'Paradise Theater' Album's 35th Anniversary

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STYX Screens Fading American Dream At Paradise Theater JY, Shaw, DeYoung, Gowan Weigh In On Albums 35th Anniversary

Dallas, TX - January 14, 2016.  North American syndicated Rock radio show and website InTheStudio: The Stories Behind Historys Greatest Rock Bands  celebrates the  35th anniversary of Styx raising the curtain on the Eighties with their best-seller ever, Paradise Theater.

From July of 1977 to the end of that decade, you would be hard pressed to find an American rock band more popular than the Chicago quintet Styx.  In that two and a half year period, Styx had three Top 10 albums selling a total of eight million copies. Then in January 1981 Styx would release Paradise Theater, an album echoing the sentiments of millions of Americans struggling with high employment, skyrocketing interest rates, urban decay and crime. Paradise Theater would go on to be Styxs biggest-selling album producing the hits Rockin the Paradise, The Best of Times, Too Much Time On My Hands and Snowblind.

InTheStudio producer and host Redbeard has assembled a show featuring classic interviews with current Styx members James JY Young, Tommy Shaw, Lawrence Gowan, and former member and co-founder Dennis DeYoung, who admitted that Styxs first #1 single, Babe the year before, proved to be a double-edged sword.

There was this concern within the band that this ballad Babe was a mistakeWe entered into Paradise Theater with this kind of cloud hanging over us.     - Dennis DeYoung

A lot of the biggest songs we play in concert, they were never attempted as pop singles, yet theyre the fabric of the fans who still come to see us. - Tommy Shaw

(Snowblind) is a negative song about drug addiction. It wasnt always perceived that way, because the lyrics were not overtly intended to say, This is bad...The tone of the song was intended to convey the message that substance abuse is a negative thing.    - James JY Young

The toughest thing for me, coming into Styx... is being part of that three voice Hydra. The power of those voices together is one of the most distinctive things about Styx.   - Lawrence Gowan

STYX Paradise Theater / InTheStudio interview is available now to STREAM at:
http://www.inthestudio.net/redbeards-blog/styx-screens-fading-american-dreams-paradise-theater/

Direct Link to InTheStudio broadcast affiliate radio station list:
HYPERLINK http://www.inthestudio.net/radio-stations/ www.inthestudio.net/radio-stations

Direct Link to STYXHYPERLINK http://www.styxworld.com
Direct Link to Dennis DeYoungHYPERLINK http://www.dennisdeyoung.com
Direct Link to InTheStudio HYPERLINK http://www.inthestudio.net

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Mon
16
Feb

STYX - In Anaheim, CA - Live Report

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STYX COMES THROUGH WITH TERRIFIC PERFORMANCE IN SOLD-OUT CALIFORNIA SHOW
By Gerry Gittelson

Melodicrock.com Los Angeles correspondent

ANAHEIM, Calif., USA -- It's been more than 15 years since Dennis DeYoung left the rock band Styx, yet the fivesome plays on -- performing a lot more shows every year than Styx did when their great founding singer was still around.
Styx made their way through Southern California just recently, including a sold-out performance Thursday, Jan. 21 at City National Grove in the shadow of Disneyland, and the capacity crowd was going crazy for all the hits like "Blue Collar Man," "Renegade" and of course "Come Sail Away."

Original guitarists Tommy Shaw and James Young remain, and both have done a good job combating the cruel realities of the calendar. At 61, Shaw, especially, still looks young and fit, and his voice was darn near perfect on "Man in The Wilderness" and "Crystal Ball."
Young took the microphone for "Miss America," proving full well that he can kick some ass, too.

Meanwhile, Canadian import Lawrence Gowan has settled in nicely as DeYoung's replacement -- no easy task -- and though the tenor of Gowan's voice sounds different, he still came through with well-executed versions of "Lady," "Come Sail Away" and "Suide Madame Blue," as all three selections proved among the evening's highlights.

For nearly two hours Styx rocked, and there was never a dull moment. The band has a keen feel for timing with a little choreography thrown in, and it never hurts to throw in a Beatles classic -- in this case, "I Am The Walrus."
Bassist Ricky Phillips from The Babys and Bad English did a fine job holding down the beat with drummer drummer Todd Sucherman, and original Styx bassic Chuck Panozzo even came out to join in for a few songs like "Fooling Yourself."
In all, a triumphant night for Styx, no question about it. The band is still among America's best, and the fact there was nothing offered that predated 1983 or so should be seen as a bonus, not a negative.

No reason to play new material when there are so many classics. It's a good position to be in. Nostalgic? Maybe. Thoroughly entertaining? You bet.
 
  
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Fri
30
Jan

The 90s First Supergroup: Damn Yankees Reflect on 'InTheStudio'

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The 90s First Supergroup: Damn Yankees - Jack Blades, Tommy Shaw, Ted Nugent Remember

Dallas, TX - January 29, 2015.  North American syndicated Rock radio show website InTheStudio: The Stories Behind Historys Greatest Rock Bands join Tommy Shaw, Jack Blades, Michael Cartellone, and Ted Nugent in recalling their excellent adventure in Damn Yankees twenty-five years ago.

The Nineties first supergroup actually lived up to the hype. The Damn Yankees self-titled debut sold a whopping two million copies off the backs of melodic rockers Coming of Age, Runaway, Come Again and the soaring # 3 hit single High Enough. But how did these guys come together in the first place?

Each frontman had a successful rock pedigree: Motor City MadmanTed Nugent, STYX singer/songwriter/ guitarist Tommy Shaw, and  Night Ranger singer/songwriter/bass player Jack Blades. InTheStudio host Redbeard gets the full story on how the group united and spent the next five years making records and touring constantly.  It was a unique musical partnership that worked both personally and professionally. 

Jack Blades : When Tommy & I first started singing, suddenly we realized that we were phrasing the same, harmonizing, coming up with the same vocal ideas. It was if we had sung together for ten years.

Tommy Shaw: The first day of recording Nugent announced that he was taking all of us to hunt bear. So the next morning we showed up barenaked.

Ted Nugent:Im from the Motor City. Were the Murder Capital of America not because were more violent. Its because were better shots.
                                                 
DAMN YANKEES/ InTheStudio interview is available now to stream at: http://www.inthestudio.net/online-only-interviews/damn-yankees-25th-annivesary-tommy-shaw-jack-blades-ted-nugent-michael-cartellone/

Direct Link to Tommy Shaw website: http://www.tommyshaw.net
Direct Link to Jack Blades website: http://www.jackblades.net
Direct Link to Ted Nugent website: http://www.tednugent.com
Direct Link to Michael Cartellone: http://www.michaelcartellone.com


 
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