Tommy Shaw

Born Sep 11, 1953

Tommy Roland Shaw is an American guitarist, singer, songwriter, and performer best known for his work with the rock band Styx. In between his stints with Styx, he has played with other groups including the Damn Yankees and Shaw Blades and has released several solo albums.… Read More

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  • Rocker Tommy Shaw Puts Hollywood Hills Investment Property Up For Sale
    LATimes - Apr 21, 2015
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    George Jones Tribute Concert Features Stars Aplenty
    Huffington Post - Nov 23, 2013
  • Styx's Tommy Shaw Sells Hollywood Hills Home To Dj
    LATimes - Aug 19, 2013
  • Send A Teddy Bear To Moore, Oklahoma
    Huffington Post - May 22, 2013


Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Tommy Shaw.


1953 Birth Born on September 11, 1953.


1975 21 Years Old Shaw joined Styx in December 1975. … Read More


1984 30 Years Old 1 More Event
…  After "Babe", Shaw would only be responsible for one of the next nine singles in North America until his departure in 1984, following the end of the "Kilroy was Here" tour. … Read More
1986 32 Years Old Shaw married his second wife, actress Pamela Donnelly, on February 15, 1986. Their daughter, Hannah, was born July 9, 1987. Pamela and Tommy were divorced December 22, 1993.


1995 41 Years Old 1 More Event
Shaw returned to a reunited Styx in 1995 and embarked on a subsequent tour with them in 1996. … Read More
2000 46 Years Old He married his current wife, Jeanne Mason, on December 28, 2000. … Read More


In the spring of 2007, "Shaw Blades" went on a small, often sold out tour to promote Influence. … Read More
2008 54 Years Old Tommy Shaw was inducted into the Alabama Music Hall of Fame on February 22, 2008 at their awards banquet held in Shaw's hometown of Montgomery, Alabama at the new Montgomery Convention Center, the construction of which was completed just prior to the ceremony.
2011 57 Years Old Shaw made his bluegrass debut on at the Grand Ole Opry on March 26, 2011 after the March 22 release of his bluegrass album "The Great Divide."
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