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September 30, 2013 - 06:59 PM
michael rowles from australia
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  Dear Chuck
I have just seen the video for the song "heavy metal poisoning" is that you and john that dances with james (as dr righteous) during the instrumental bit? Also did you ever tour Australia?All the best.
 
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September 29, 2013 - 10:32 AM
Greg Wujek from USA
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  Chuck,
I'm sure you remember I lived across the street from your mother in South Holland.
I was recently watching a recorded Styx concert from 2010 in which you made an appearance. So glad to see your doing well !

Greg
 
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September 28, 2013 - 03:40 PM
Denise from Charleston,SC
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  Hi Chuck,
Just want to say hi and thanks for the wonderful music you gave to me in my high school years back in the 70's. You guys were awesome. I just happened upon this website of yours after listening to a Styx song on a Facebook which then made we want to see where you guys are now. Hope you're continuing your artwork. I too am an artist. I don't paint a lot...just when I'm inspired. I'd love to see some of your work. I hope you're doing well these days health wise. Thank you for being an inspiration for not just the gay community but for everyone. Take care!!!
Denise
 
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September 20, 2013 - 01:57 AM
Ron from Chicago/South Side
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  Great story Chuck. I remember going to Mendel and Mt.Carmel Socials and listening to you guys. Styx great then and will always be a mainstay in my music library. It is always nice to see a South Sider/Roselander making it....and you , John and Dennis sure made it. Congrats.
 
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September 20, 2013 - 01:17 AM
Bob from Benicia, California
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  Happy birthday Chuck to both you and your late brother John. I am sure there is a day that does not go by that you miss him.
Living with HIV must be challenging. I was diagnosed last year with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia. Like you have said, ONE day at a time. Stay strong!!!
 
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September 17, 2013 - 03:32 PM
sonja from canada
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  I loved Styx music when I was growing up. I admire your honesty and compassion. I wish you well, and nothing but the best in your life, your future and cause. God bless.
 
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September 04, 2013 - 07:59 AM
Miriam G Nemer from Sunnyvale,TX. USA
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  Keep the the faith and Keep On Keeping On
your life is filled with wisdom and meaning Take Care & God Bless Ya

Peace :)
Miriam
 
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September 03, 2013 - 04:44 AM
Erik English from Jacksonville Florida
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  (continued from last message).
Chuck, your bass playing is the pulse of Styx…I’ve been looking at places near where I live to start taking bass lessons and I plan on using the music of Styx to learn from. I can only hope to achieve your level of skill and as I said before, to meet any of the Rockers from Styx would be a dream come true.
Thanks for being the best!
 
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September 03, 2013 - 04:41 AM
Erik English from Jacksonville Florida
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  We all have a dream in life that we would give anything to have it come true. A dream that is so special that we cannot describe the joy we would experience if it DID come true. As a 44 year old still on Active Duty in the Military after 23 years, I don’t know if my dream will ever come true, so I’m posting here.
Throughout my life, my heroes have been those people that create music and songs. Through music & songs, we can escape to a level that lets us feel safe and free, where our spirits know no boundaries. I have never known any group to have a more positive impact on music than Styx has. My dream is to meet the members of Styx and just to be able to say “Thank you for giving the world the best Rock-n-Roll ever”. If I could even just get some response from a letter or a post like this from the guys at Styx, I don’t know what I would do.
On 17 January 1991, I was working in a military hospital. I would be getting married in 3 months and was stationed 800 miles away from my fiancée. As I watched the news report announcing the Kuwaiti invasion, I began to wonder…What role would I play in this war?....Would I ever be able to marry this woman and spend my life with her? I was alone, afraid and looking for answers. Shortly after the news report, the song “Show Me the Way” came on the radio. As I listened to it, my fears began to disappear and I thought “I’m going to get through this, no matter what happens”. That song gave myself and countless other military members hope and guidance; thank you Styx for giving us the strength to get through that time in our lives.
The Grand Illusion…this song tells the common man that “Nobody is better than anyone else. Just because someone’s got more money doesn’t make them a better person than the next guy”. “Miss America” portrays the political world of the beauty pageants…..”Man In the Wilderness” lets us reflect on our lives and evaluate how we feel about ourselves.
I could go on & on……
Chuck, your bass playin...
 
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August 24, 2013 - 12:10 PM
Earl Thibadeau from Middle Grove New York
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  The first influence in my young bass playing years was Mel Schacher of Grand Funk! The "blown speaker" sound was it at the time!!! You know, Jack Bruce, Felix Pappalardi, Moby Grape!

Then, one day, I heard "Born For Adventure"!!! Two weeks later, I had two Ricks and 1000 watts of Sunn amps and made my bones in this area playing covers of all kinds of stuff.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR TALENTS AND YOUR TONE!

Be happy, be gay and keep up the play...
 
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