All summer long, we've been following the exploits of the Soundtrack of Summer tour starring Foreigner, Styx and Don Felder.
The two groups, along with Rock to the Rescue, have thanked the Philadelphia firemen who put out the fire on their tour buses last week.
A Styx crew bus burst into flames in Philadelphia, eventually sparking a second blaze.
Styx and Foreigner will release a compilation to coincide with their upcoming tour, with some help from former Eagle Don Felder.
A reworked version of 'Hotel California' finds co-writer Don Felder employing a flamenco style similar to the Eagles' 1990s-era live version of the track -- while appearing alongside tour mates from Styx and Foreigner.
Styx were on top of the world during the early '80s, with a string of multi-platinum albums and a growing collection of hit singles to their credit -- but it was all about to come to a screeching halt.
Foreigner and Styx are hitting the road with Don Felder for the Soundtrack of Summer tour, scheduled to begin May 16 -- and they stopped by the Ultimate Classic Rock offices to talk about how it came together, what inspired their new re-recording of the Eagles classic 'Hotel California,' and what we can expect to see and hear during the tour.
He may not be a household name, but for anyone who spends time reading liner notes, Kenny Aronoff is a legend -- a prolific session drummer who's manned the kit for everyone from John Mellencamp to the Smashing Pumpkins. Recently, Aronoff's busy schedule has included the all-star Beatles tribute concert as well as a brief series of gigs with Styx.