Click here to sign Chuck's guestbook Contact webmaster
May 07, 2017 - 08:38 PM
David from United States
David's email

  I took my high school sweetheart to the Styx concert at the Anaheim convention center in 1978 with the Fabulous Thunderbirds opening. Our first concert together (at ages 18 & 16) and we are still married doing 37 to life today. Your inspiring concert helped us encourage our boys to be musically involved and we have taken them to numerous concerts over their developing years. We want you to know how much the lyrics of your many songs made deep emotional sense to us allowing us to make internal peace and keep it together yet one more day believing it WOULD get better. And we still believe it. Thank you and Styx for your lifelong encouragement to us and our family. God bless you and yours.
May 06, 2017 - 06:49 PM
Erik Lievano from Huntington Beach United States
Erik Lievano's email

  Chuck. I'm a longtime fan and just reading for the 1st time about your disease. I'm a straight male but I admire your openness and your honesty. It's inspiring to read. I'm sure you're helping many people that are struggling with this disease and don't know what to do... I wish you all the best my friend.... keep on rocking and keep on inspiring!
April 29, 2017 - 03:21 AM
Rhonda from Loxahatchee, FL. USA
Rhonda's email

  Back in 1981 in Ft. Laud, FL, a teenage girl went to her first (and only) concert, Styx Paradise Theatre. What I saw, enjoyed and reveled in was a group of young men who were amazing, who captivated the audience and who were exceptional musicians. Throughout the years, I always kept Styx close to my heart. I've rediscovered the music after 30+ years and the excitement is there there. Finding out you lI've in Wilton Manors was unbelievable. I grew up there! Just wanted to stop by, leave you some fond memories of a shy teenage girl who fell in love with amazing music and, to this day, would give anything (well, almost ) to see the men who left such a lasting impression. All the best to you. God bless you for your dedication to helping young men and women realize they are who they are and that's nothing to be ashamed of or hide from
April 12, 2017 - 11:44 AM
Geir Myklebust from Trondheim, Norway
Geir Myklebust's email Geir Myklebust's homepage

  Listening to the "Lady" album and its wonderful music on LP and decided to check what`s happening with you. I must say that you look better and stronger than ever and I am so glad that you have recovered! The only thing missing now is a full blown European tour for Styx. You have many fans that want to see you in Europe. Styx rules! :-)
March 29, 2017 - 03:08 PM
Bill Flynn from Sioux City
Bill Flynn's email Bill Flynn's homepage

  Just saw Styx tonight, and you guys rocked. I was really hoping you would show. I told my wife that I hope you play, because to me, something would be missing if you didn't! It was great seeing you out there performing, and you are an inspiration to many people! You looked healthy and you played well. Great you are still out there doing your thing! Take care, and God speed!!
March 26, 2017 - 11:09 AM
Stephen Grotto from Savannah, GA United States
Stephen Grotto's email

  Dear Chuck,
My name is Stephen Grotto and I hail from Savannah, GA and I saw you and the rest of the STYX Gang perform on March 10th 2016. I know you are from Southside, Chicago. My grandmother married a Marine from Roseland-117th Street to be exact. His name was Eugene Grotto and his mother's maiden name was Marino. My grandparents lived there 7 years before returning to Georgia and when I mentioned your name she recalled a Panozzo Funeral Home which my family utilized. I was wondering if this is a business owned by your family. My grandparents were married in St. Anthony's Church right down the street. Y'all were amazing and I enjoyed the show fervently. I have not been able to stop listening to STYX since that day.
March 23, 2017 - 12:05 PM
Lenny mohr from Holgate ohio
Lenny mohr's email

  Hey Chuck,I saw that Styx will dte theater on July 25 this year. Are you gonna attend this show? If you are, I would get the VIP tickets. I would love to have you sign your book before me I have been a huge fan of yours for 20years. If not there, I'll buy lawn seats. You're worth the extra money to see. Hope to see you there.lenny your biggest fan
March 08, 2017 - 11:00 AM
Sally Broadhurst from Midlothian, IL
Sally Broadhurst's email

  Dear Chuck,
I don't know if you will remember me but I used to follow you and TW4 for years in the late 60's, early 70's. I remember always getting a Christmas card from your manager Vince DePaul and the group before you guys changed the band name to Styx and went to LA. I still have pictures I took of you guys at venues like the Holiday Ballroom and others. I even remember helping you guys move your equipment after a couple of gigs. I am so glad to see you are playing after all these years and so glad to read that you finally came out. I always knew, even back in the 60's and hoped you would stay safe and well. I am sorry you contracted HIV and hope you are doing well. I was so sorry when I heard that John passed away. You both were always so kind to me.. I know that Dennis still does concerts because he uses musicians from some of the bands I perform with. Just wanted to know if you will ever be around the Chicago area in the summer because I would like to show you the pics I kept of TW4 and maybe give or send a copy of them to you. The reason I ask about the summer is that I hope to be moving my belongings back to IL from AZ where I lived for two years until I had to return for health issues. Please contact me if you have a chance and I will give you my phone number. So happy that you are still playing and touring. I never forgot you guys!
A true friend,
Sally Broadhurst
November 30, 2016 - 04:56 AM
Dawn-Marie OReilly from Tucson, Az
Dawn-Marie OReilly's email

  Greetings Chuck!
First and formost I want to thank you for all the therapudic music you have givin me through my whole life. About 9 years give or take we gave you guys t-shirts, characters of the band...I cant even remember what they looked like its been so long! Im beside myself that I have been so busy I havent seen Styx in almost 10 years!!
Recently I became disabled where its effected all my senses. After being home in Boston for about 5 years I also lived in STYX COUNTRY in ILLINois and finially got back home to Tucson 2 years ago. I wanted to share with you that my daughter 22 years came out as well. She wasnt quite sure how to approach me, Im much more of a free spirit then my x-husband. She wasnt sure how to tell me she was having a tough time as she thought I was going to JUDGE her.I asked her kindly and I said "Holly Im in no way shape or form could I possibly judge her, I made of crazy choices in my life...We all have but to have someone reveal something so personal after she told me she felt she was a girl stuck in a mans body since around5-6 years of age.She cried in relief of happyness and unsure of my reply. I told her "Sweetheart dont cry its ok. And she was quiet a moment and said "Your not upset or angry are you?" I had tears in my eyes because I had realized how difficult it was for her to tell me. Id love for her to get involved with something...Ill have to look up your pages and see what she might like to join. Honestly Chuck I just wanted to hold her she was crying so hard. I just told her "Baby I love and support you no matter what!" I've been a huge JY fan since my single digets, Im nearing 50 now. And you guys were family names in my house when I was growing up.I saw Styx when I was 14 with all my Styxer Chicks we all loved a member of the band...It was a riot. You made such a mark in my life with the songs, the music and many history lessons as well. I met JY shortly after John passed away...Us girls were crushed you all were like our bi...
November 29, 2016 - 03:37 AM
Ginger Arthur from United States
Ginger Arthur's email

your story is everything.... inspirational, heart-wrenching, and I am at a loss for more adjectives.... I will admit, I know you from Styx, as I have been a VERY long time fan. I did see you a few years back in Holmdel, NJ (PNC Arts Center) where you came on to stage for a "guest appearance". I remember the deafening, standing ovation you received. I do not personally know anyone who has had to deal with what you are dealing with, but will always keep your page open.
Not sure how this may sound, but I am very aware of AIDS/HIV, as I was/am a massive Queen fanatic as well, and somehow still feel the pain of Freddie Mercury's passing.
You, dear sir, are an amazing man and an inspiration to us all.
You have my undying love, respect, and healing winds coming your way with love and light.
The best to you and yours, always and forever...
Ginger Arthur
[Top] Page # ... 5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  ... of 30 [Bottom]