First up: this should be the end of the oddball uploads. The show itself is completely migrated, and I've gotten a few personal issues out of the way, so I should be back to Sunday night releases beginning next week.
Are we good now? OK.
This week's show is a little bit on the short side, largely because there wasn't as much story to tell as I thought there'd be, but I'm definitely going to wind up making up for it with next week's show. At any rate: Styx's attempt at a rock opera kind of concept was both very successful and very confusing to a big chunk of their fan base, who stayed away in droves. It managed to fracture the band at the end of the tour, and for thirty-five years they refused to play it in concert.
For those of you who are interested, here's a picture of the original Kilroy from the World War Two era:
This image, in fact, can be found etched into the World War II memorial in Washington, DC, and it's a pretty typical version of the image. Sometimes the words appeared below the line, or at another point, but you get the idea. And Kilroy does have dots for eyes; they're kind of tough to see here because of the granite surface.
Click here for a transcript of this show.