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Lawrence Gowan
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    (November 22, 1956- )
    Born in Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
    Raised in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada
    Performed under the stage name Gowan
    Lead vocalist and keyboardist for Styx (1999- )
    Notable singles include 'Moonlight Desires,' 'You're A Strange Animal,' 'Victory,' 'Give In,' 'Keep Up the Fight,' 'A Criminal Mind,' 'Guerilla Soldier,' 'Cosmetics,' 'Dedication,' 'Lost Brotherhood,' 'All the Lovers in the World,' 'Out of a Deeper Hunger,' 'Healing Waters,' 'When There's Time for Love,' 'Soul's Road' and 'Dancing on My Own Ground'
    Notable albums include 'Gowan' (1982), 'Strange Animal' (1985), 'Great Dirty World' (1987), 'Lost Brotherhood' (1990), '...but you can call me Larry' (1993) and 'The Good Catches Up' (1995)
    He goes by the stage names Gowan and Larry Gowan.
    His music style is considered bland and generic.
    Despite recording numerous tracks, many casual music fans only remember his song 'Criminal Mind.'
    He was gradually phased in as the front man for Styx, after the band was in a dispute with Dennis DeYoung.
    He was a student at the Royal Conservatory of Music.
    He emigrated to Canada at the age of 2.
    His song 'Healing Waters' was a tribute to Princess Diana .
    He received the SOCAN National Achievement Award (1998).

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