Tommy Shaw began his professional career as a musician at the tender age of 14 years old when he formed the band The Vagabonds. Only a few short years later, did this young rocker find himself as a member the band STYX. During his years with STYX, Shaw provided his guitar skills as well as writing a number of classics including "Fooling Yourself," "Too Much Time on My Hands" and "Blue Collar Man." After leaving STYX, Shaw went on to form Damn Yankees with fellow rocker Ted Nugent, as well as release a number of successful solo projects. Now in 2011, Shaw is at it again only this time with a blue grass feel. His album "The Great Divide" is available now.

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