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    The original line-up comprised Dennis DeYoung, James "J.Y." Young, John "J.C." Curulewski and brothers Chuck and John Panozzo. Debuting with Styx in 1972, the band usually released an album every year throughout the 1970s. Styx II (1973) had the sleeper hit "Lady", a power ballad, which reached No. 6 in the US, helping the album make the top 20 ...

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    They later named themselves TW4, after adding their college friend John Curulewski in 1968, and the South Side hard rocker James "J.Y." Young in 1970, as guitarists, songwriters, and singers. Their debut album showcased them as a progressive-art rock/'60s garage rock act.

  3. The album marked the final appearance of original Styx guitarist John Curulewski who left the band to spend time with his family. [5] Tommy Shaw replaced him. Although Equinox stalled at number 58, it was certified Gold in 1977 shortly before the release of The Grand Illusion (1977).

  4. JohnJ.C.” Curulewski. JohnJ.C.” Curulewski was one of the original members of Styx, having joined the band in 1970. He contributed to the band’s first four albums, which includes their 1972 self-titled debut, “Styx II,” “The Serpent Is Rising,” and “Man of Miracles.” Curulewski played guitar and provided vocals, and ...

  5. 23. Jan. 2017 · DeYoung: I wrote my choruses, and from the beginning—with J.Y. Young and our original guitar player, J.C. (John Curulewski)—when the three of us sang high, it sounded like no one else. That was the most unique thing I thought of the early Styx sound, was the three of us singing. So every song I wrote, I wrote with the band in ...

  6. John "J.C." Curulewski – guitar, backing and lead vocals, additional keyboards, autoharp (1969–1975) Glen Burtnik – guitar, backing and lead vocals (1990–1992); bass, backing and lead vocals, additional guitar (1999–2003)

  7. 7. Jan. 2020 · Panozzo's brother John, the band's founding drummer, died in 1996. Guitarist John "J.C." Curulewski was replaced when he quit on the eve of a tour in late in 1975 and died in 1988.