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What a great concert! Started with Mission to Mars and Styx sounded fantastic. Tommy Shaw's vocals and guitars never better, Lawrence Gowan ditto and funny and full of energy-great Elton John nod-and playing keyboards without looking, JY still the same rock beast on guitar, and all the band members drums, base, guitars, mandolin, unbelievable skill and experience shone thru with every song! House blew up with the classics. It was soooo refreshing and therapeutic for all in attendance after covid breaks to enjoy the concert again and I believe the band enjoyed the night too as was evident. Thank you guys for being a part of the soundtrack of our lives and many more albums and years of success!
Fernando from New York, New York
ROCKIN’ IN PARADISE!!!
Mission to Mars: first half of the show was outstanding. Although was not that familiar with the whole album, as a prog fan I enjoyed and was superbly performed.
The hits: Everything even the one for the new album was a walk through memory lane. I jumped, sang and fist pumped with the likes of Come Sail Away, Blue Collar Man and Renegade and reminisce of my younger years with the likes of Lady, Crystal Ball and Fooling Yourself.
Sound: very good
Stage: kinda simple
Musicianship: out of this planet
The best of the night: the ageless Tommy Shaw
Worth every penny!!!
Ken Palmer from Franklin, Tennessee
GREAT SHOW, SOUND, AND VENUE!
Fourth time I've seen Styx in concert. The Ryman Auditorium in Nashville was a great venue. Sound was just right. Production was great but not over the top. Performance and vocals were fantastic. As a big Tommy Shaw fan, it was fun to see him play his new banjo. They performed a few of the newer songs, which I liked.
Everything else was a classic: Blue Collar Man, Grand Illusion, Miss America, Crystal Ball, Rockin' the Paradise, Fooling Yourself, Come Sail Away, and more. The encore was Mr. Roboto and Renegade. If you've not seen Styx since Dennis DeYoung, Lawrence Gowan is outstanding--he's a fantastic pianist with great pipes! Chuck Panozzo and James Young still rock!
Wayne from Calgary, Alberta
Wow. Worth the $$. Not as old and withered as I feared. Great interaction. Lot’s of old hit’s with some cool new tunes.
MikeyZ from Washington, District of Columbia
MUDDY SOUND, GOOD 2ND HALF
Terrible sound quality- guitars and vocals not clear. The "mission" concept was interesting, but I have not followed their music in years and just did not think that the material holds up against the 70s and early 80s stuff. Loved second half with the classic songs.. New material sounded good too.
Drummer is great, but over powering on some songs.
Love the Warner, but not enough restrooms and cramped seats in the upper balcony.
Buff1montague from El Paso, Texas
WAY TOO MUCH BASS
Sound quality was awful. We left before intermission- so much bass blocked out the other instruments and lyrics. Very disappointed.
Gary Hardesty from Durham, North Carolina
To much bass which drowned our guitars and vocals. Sound man should be shot! We left after 5 songs. Hey guys did you do a sound check? Shamful,
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