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||Date: August 20, 2004 at 8:01|
|Not being a smart-ass, for me, every rocker who has a great sense of pop should does what Dennis did, bring their own rendition upon the Tin Pan Alley songs without trying to be another Frank Sinatra or Nat King Cole. Look what Rod Stewart has done on his "Great American Song Book" album.
||Date: June 7, 2011 at 12:12|
|Genre: SHOWTUNES ?? HH ever expanding parameters does Broadway. A friend of mine in his upper 60's said he saw DeYoung recently sweating to the oldies, crooning Mr. Roboto on a PBS special. He's obviously still very proud of that concept train-wreck. On the 'Kilroy' tour DeYoung had the band doing a 10-minute theater piece before the first song even started. At one stadium tour with Triumph,Sammy Hagar,BOC, Nugent boos erupted when Styx started and fans left in droves. He's only 7 years older than Tommy Shaw, but looks twenty(64)with his Broadway metro-sexual smirk & strut. DeYoung left Styx once due to a alleged ailment that made him sensitive to stage lights,but he's cured now as long as they are bright Broadway lights. He was sued by Styx for using different touring names but came up with legally approved DeYoung - The music of Styx ,as nobody wants to hear his solo albums live. Check out this hilarious VH1 clip on the Kilroy years. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zqs1Jl0J_Js&NR=1
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