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  • The keyboardist/vocalist of Chicago-based arena rock band, Styx, Dennis DeYoung continues to cultivate a successful solo career. Recording on his own as early as , DeYoung produced four impressive solo albums -- Desert Moon, Back to the World, and Boomchild before reuniting briefly with his former bandmates in The reunion proved to be brief, however, and Styx disbanded a second .
  • Mar 13,  · Analyzed: Dennis DeYoung / Desert Moon [ JP for USA CD] DR Peak RMS Duration Track DR13 dB dB Don't Wait For Heroes/5().
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  • May 19,  · Founder member and one of the pillars of Styx’s fame, talented singer & keyboardist DENNIS DeYOUNG started a solo career after Styx went on hiatus in the first half of the ’80s. DeYoung’s first two solo recordings “Desert Moon” and “Back To The World” have been remastered and re-issued both on one disc by BGO Records with extensive sleeve notes from Neil Daniels, along with a.
  • We left our innocence on Desert Moon We were dreamers, only dreamers On Desert Moon, on Desert Moon On Desert Moon, Desert Moon I still can hear the whisper of the summer night It echoes in the corners of my heart The night we stood and waited for the desert train All the words we meant to say All the chances swept away Still remain on the road.
  • Find Dennis DeYoung discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Adult Contemporary Contemporary Pop/Rock Album Rock. Also Known As. Dennis DeYoung. Member Of. Styx. Submit Corrections ascended to the top ten in with "Desert Moon." Read Full Biography. Overview.
  • We left our innocence on Desert Moon We were dreamers, only dreamers On Desert Moon On Desert Moon On Desert Moon Desert Moon I still can hear the whisper of the summer nights It echoes in the corners of my heart The night is true and waiting for the desert train All the words we meant to say All the chances swept away Still remain on the road.

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