John Panozzo
American musician
John Panozzo
John Anthony Panozzo was an American drummer best known for his work with rock band Styx. Panozzo grew up in the Roseland neighborhood, the south side of Chicago, Illinois, with his fraternal twin brother, Chuck (born 90 minutes apart). At age 7, the twins took musical lessons from their uncle in which John took an interest in drums and percussion.
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PWR Holden Rally team unveil their new Colorado's - OzRacingWrap
Google News - over 5 years
Defending champions Craig Lowndes and Kees Weel will be joined by former V8 Supercar driver Paul Weel and seasoned navigator John Panozzo to make up the two car team that will head to the Western Australian outback to take part in the grueling Safari
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LV MUSIC: Speaking with Styx: Singer Lawrence Gowan no longer 'the new guy' - Allentown Morning Call (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
No references to [deceased former drummer] John Panozzo all that overtly. I think it's just in the present day, that's all. It's not for any reason other than the band today is what we're focused on.” Fair enough. Are Tommy and JY still gung ho on the
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Yes, Styx take fans down memory lane at Starlight - Kansas City Star
Google News - over 5 years
Before several of the hits, Shaw summoned from backstage founding member/bassist Chuck Panozzo, twin brother of founding drummer, the late John Panozzo, to join in. The stage show included some gratuitous graphics and videos broadcast on a large screen
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Interview with Styx drummer Todd Sucherman (Part One) - Examiner.com
Google News - over 5 years
Todd Sucherman has been the drummer in the superstar rock group Styx since 1996, when he originally filled in for founding member John Panozzo. In the ensuing 15 years Sucherman has performed well over a thousand live concerts with the group,
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Today in Music History - July 16 - mysask.com (press release)
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In 1996, John Panozzo, drummer and founding member of the 1970's rock band "Styx," died of a gastrointestinal hemmorhage at his Chicago home. He was 47. He also suffered from cirrhosis of the liver because of chronic alcoholism
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Smooth Sailing — Lawrence Gowan says the transition to essentially fronting ... - Sault Star
Google News - over 5 years
Death (Years of heavy drinking caught up with original drummer John Panozzo in 1996.) and sickness (In 2001, original bassist Chuck Panozzo, John's twin, announced he was living with HIV.) have prompted lineup changes, with Young and Shaw remaining at
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Styx, la leggenda del rock made in Chicago ha le radici a Treschè - Il Giornale di Vicenza
Google News - over 5 years
Il fratello ancora in attività è guarito dall'Aids ed è anche impegnato nei diritti civili La band - 54 milioni di dischi venduti - fondata nel '67 dai gemelli figli di un emigrante, Chuck e John Panozzo. Quest'ultimo è morto nel 1996 "Don't let it
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STYX returning to Ribfest at Vinoy Park in St Petersburg - Examiner.com
Google News - over 5 years
The Chicago-based progressive rock group Styx was formed in 1972 by twin brothers Chuck and John Panozzo and their neighbor Dennis De Young. The band's big break came in 1974 when their consequential tune “Lady” began to get considerable airplay on
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John Panozzo, 47, 70's Rock Drummer
NYTimes - over 20 years
John Panozzo, a co-founder and drummer of the rock group Styx, was found dead of a gastrointestinal hemorrhage in his home here on Tuesday, the Cook County Medical Examiner's Office said. He also suffered from cirrhosis of the liver as a result of chronic alcoholism. He was 47. Mr. Panozzo, his brother Chuck, a bassist, and the vocalist and
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SERIOUS ISSUES UNDERLIE A NEW ALBUM FROM STYX
NYTimes - almost 34 years
''By order of the Majority for Musical Morality, this album contains secret backward messages,'' reads the sticker on the cover of the new Styx album, ''Kilroy Was Here'' (A&M SP-3734). Photos on the back and the inner sleeve of the album are taken from a 10-minute movie featuring members of the group. The film is an integral part of the
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ROCK: STYX FROM CHICAGO AT THE GARDEN
NYTimes - over 35 years
STYX, the Chicago rock quintet that appeared at Madison Square Garden on Friday, brought the arena to an emotional peak that this observer hasn't seen since Bruce Springsteen appeared there last December. The band's accomplishment was unexpected, because, to judge from its records, the only thing special about it is its puritanism. Unlike other
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ROCK 'N' RETAIL: STYX ON TOUR Sutton
NYTimes - over 35 years
Tony Scherman is a reporter for The Record in Hackensack, N.J. By Tony Scherman igh above the ocean in Hollywood, Fla., Derek Sutton paced his hotel room, energetically criticizing the members of his profession. ''The music industry,'' he said, ''has traditionally been a bunch of whores, amateurs and egomaniacs. That must change. The fat years are
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