Multi platinum rockers, Styx, delivered all their hits to a packed house and prove they have aged gracefully and show no signs of slowing down.

Without an opening act, fans were treated to not one, but two sets from Styx. Highlights included “The Grand Illusion,” “Too Much Time on My Hands,” “Fooling Yourself” (with original bass player Chuck Panozzo), and “Come Sail Away.” The band also knocked out covers of “I Am the Walrus,” “Bohemian Rhapsody,” and “Live and Let Die,” before closing their show with “Rockin the Paradise,” and “Renegade.”

National Rock Review photographer Raymond Ahner was on hand for the show.

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Raymond Ahner is a professional freelance photographer residing in San Francisco, California. Growing up in the Bay Area, Raymond was lucky enough to witness both the Punk and Thrash Metal scene of the 1980's explode literally right in front of his eyes. It was a pretty special time in his life, and is what instilled his love for live music. Over the years Raymond has been fortunate enough to combine his passion for live music with his love of photography. And although he will always love shooting the big arena Rock show, it is in a tiny, packed to the rafters club were he his most at home with his gear.

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