As a part of appearing on the World of Rock radio show hosted by Scott Muni, artists had to play DJ, introducing songs (either their own or their influences') to be aired. While the focus here is on DeYoung's 1989 solo effort, Boomchild, he also provides some great stories behind Styx classics such as "Beneath the Moon," "Come Sail Away," and "Lady." Also included here is a recounting of the original meeting between DeYoung and the Panozzo brothers.
00:00 - Introduction by Scott Muni
00:20 - Confirming that Dennis is at the piano
00:43 - Meaning of the album and track title Boomchild
02:26 - First time Styx members met
03:24 - The Beatles on Ed Sullivan
03:57 - Writing songs influenced by The Beatles
04:31 - "Boomchild"
04:45 - "Beneath the Moon" / Roseland (not the ballroom)
05:34 - "Harry's Hands"
06:40 - "Come Sail Away"
07:50 - Styx reunion rumors / the right reasons
09:26 - Touring in support of Boomchild
10:55 - "The Best Of Times"
12:23 - "Lady"
13:53 - Outro