The former Eagles guitarist, who’s actively promoting his latest solo album, carves out time in his schedule to play star-studded concert in Los Angeles benefiting Autism Speaks.
He revisits the earliest days of Styx, explains why he feels prog rock is dead — and the music industry isn’t far behind — and ponders if he would re-join Styx.
The Goldmine Magazine Hall of Fame’s 13th set of inductees is heavy on great male vocalists, plus a couple super groups
Want to be a rock and roll star? You can always try the road less traveled: third-chair clarinet player. It worked just fine for James “JY” Young of Styx.
Along with the classic hits, the band will be performing 1977’s “The Grand Illusion” and 1978’s “Pieces of Eight” in their entirety
If anyone had suggested to Dennis DeYoung a few years ago that he would not only have a thriving solo career, but a #1 single, too, it would have been met with extreme skepticism. But the former Styx leader’s latest solo album, 100 Years from Now, has been a bona fide smash in Canada, as the title track climbed to #1 last year.