DDY Performed his new song live on WGN

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DDY Performed his new song live on WGN

Postby SuiteMadameBlue » Tue Mar 31, 2020 7:40 am

Dennis performed his new song "To The Good Old Days" this morning live on WGN. Yes, he was singing live! Before he performed this, they filmed him live at his piano, the opening picture was his Roboto Mask with a mask on!!!

https://wgntv.com/morning-news/dennis-d ... an-lennon/

Former Styx frontman Dennis DeYoung has unveiled the details for his upcoming LP, 26 East: Volume 1.

Ten songs will comprise the album, DeYoung’s seventh solo studio effort and first in over a decade. The LP includes a previously announced guest appearance by Julian Lennon on the song “The Good Old Days.”

The collaboration with Julian Lennon came about when DeYoung wrote a verse and chorus of a song with Lennon in mind. Lennon heard the demo and said he would be honored to participate.

26 East was originally planned as DeYoung’s final album, but the singer later decided to split it into two separate volumes.

"There were so many songs written that Serafino Perugino, CEO of (record label) Frontiers, suggested dividing it into two albums,” DeYoung explained in a statement. “So be it. This is Volume 1, which sounds pretentious to me, but the marketing folks wanted you to know there are going to be two of them, so hey, kids, there are two of them. This is Volume 1.”

The title “26 East” refers to 26 E. 101st Place, the Chicago address where DeYoung grew up and from where Styx was formed. The rocker served as the group's frontman and primary songwriter over three separate stints: 1972-1984, 1990-1991 and 1995-1999. The three trains featured on 26 East’s cover art represent the three musicians who founded Styx -- DeYoung, along with brothers Chuck and John Panozzo.
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