Styx, an American rock band from Chicago, Illinois, was formed by Dennis DeYoung, Chuck Panozzo, John Panozzo, John Curulewski, and James Young in 1972.
For the official website, see Styx.
Dennis DeYoung, Chuck Panozzo, and John Panozzo formed the Tradewinds band in August 1961.
In 1964, Tom Nardini joined Tradewinds as guitarist.
In 1965, Tradewinds became TW4.
In 1969, Tom Nardini left TW4 and was replaced by John Curulewski.
In 1970, James Young joined TW4 as lead guitarist.
In 1972, TW4 became Styx.
In 1975, John Curulewski left Styx and was replaced by Tommy Shaw as vocalist and guitarist.
In 1983, Tommy Shaw left Styx.
In 1983, Styx disbanded.
In 1988, John Curulewski died.
In 1989, Styx reformed.
In 1995, Tommy Shaw rejoined Styx.
In 1995, John Panozzo left Styx and was replaced by Todd Sucherman on bass.
In 1996, John Panozzo died.
In 1999, Dennis De Young was forced out of Styx, due to a chronic disorder that made him sensitive to light and sound at concerts, and was replaced by Lawrence Gowan.
Here were the Styx vocalists.
1973: Styx 2
1973: The Serpent Is Rising
1974: Man Of Miracles
1976: Crystal Ball
1977: The Grand Illusion
1978: Pieces Of Eight
1981: Paradise Theatre
1983: Kilroy Was Here
1984: Caught In The Act
1990: Edge Of The Century
1997: Return To Paradise
1999: Brave New World