So, this is it, the (supposed) final ever studio release by the golden voiced Dennis DeYoung, a truly awful fact to have to take in especially when the voice of DeYoung and the music of Styx has been an integral part of your life. It didn't seem quite real when it was announced that he..
Is it possible to review a Dennis DeYoung album without mentioning Styx? Obviously, it is not but, unless you are a resident of Mars, then everyone knows the story of Styx and the events leading up to DeYoung’s departure in 1999 and the ensuing fall-out. So, no history lesson needed here but we must acknowledge..