Bringing you classics such as "Mr. Roboto" and "Babe," the rock band Styx is bringing their unique concert experience to The Pearl Theater inside the Palms Casino Resort. Leaving a stamp on the heart of rock 'n' roll in their heyday, this progressive rock band is still alive and well to give their fans one hell of a performance with music from their two most legendary albums, "The Grand Illusion" and "Pieces of Eight."Composed of Tommy Shaw, James "J.Y." Young, Lawrence Gowan, Todd Sucherman and Ricky Phillips (along with the occasional surprise appearance by original bassist Chuck Panozzo), the group has performed more live since 1999 than all of the previous years of the group's combined career.If you grew up in the '70s, you can probably name quite a few Styx songs...or you might have done everything in your power to block out "Kilroy." Regardless, the band was one of the most popular in the United States during the '70s and early '80s.The band rose to mega-fame when their song "Lady" from "Styx II" caught nationwide attention. Shortly after their recognition, they released "The Grand Illusion" in 1977, which featured another huge hit, "Come Sail Away," as well as another radio staple, "Fooling Yourself."One of the band's best known and most memorable songs, "Babe," came from 1979's "Cornerstone."Styx's hits kept coming during the '80s and it wasn't long before the band became one of the most popular live acts around with, for example, their 1981 hit "Paradise Theatre," which was yet another triple-platinum success, reaching No. 1 on the strength of Top 10 hits such as "Best of Times" and "Too Much Time on My Hands."Two years later Styx returned with "Kilroy Was Here," which featured the hits "Mr. Roboto" and "Don't Let It End."The band broke up in 1984 while many band members pursued successful solo careers. Styx reformed in 1990 and released "Edge of the Century," which spawned a No. 3 hit, "Show Me the Way," and have since continued to keep the music coming.