Two legendary artists in very different genres will be in Cincinnati soon.
Progressive Rock band Styx and R&B/Gospel/Pop queen Patti LaBelle will hit the Hard Rock Casino in Pendleton next month as the venue builds out its winter music calendar. Styx will take the stage Saturday, Nov. 6, while LaBelle will perform Friday, Nov. 26.
For nearly 50 years, Styx has been a fixture on Classic Rock stations and film soundtracks everywhere. The band has spawned mega-hits like "Mr. Roboto," "Too Much Time on My Hands" and "Renegade" and found new audiences through television shows like That '70s Show and Freaks and Geeks. Recently, Styx announced that it would pair up with Heart guitarist Nancy Wilson for a residency in Las Vegas in January and February.
LaBelle has been dazzling audiences with her powerful voice since the 1960s. Moving with ease among Gospel, Pop, Rock, Soul, Dance and R&B, LaBelle found major fame in 1974 with "Lady Marmalade. She continued her success in the 1980s with "New Attitude," plus a duet with ex-Doobie Brother Michael McDonald "On My Own." She has appeared in films and series like A Different World and American Horror Story, and has built a culinary empire on her famous sweet potato pies.
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