Styx guitarist Tommy Shaw says he really liked his time in the supergroup "Damn Yankees" he put together with Ted Nugent, Night Ranger bassist and vocalist Jack Blades, and current Lynyrd Skynyrd drummer Michael Cartellone, but the chance of even a reunion show or tour is very slim, if it exists at all. The guys originally got together back in 1989, and according to Tommy: "it was a fantastic run. It was just wild and wooly." Damn Yankees recorded two very successful albums, before, as Shaw puts it, "it was probably time to go back to your regular job." When asked in an interview last week if there was a chance Damn Yankees would reunite for a show or tour, he said everybody's too busy, with Cartellone touring everywhere with Skynyrd and Styx doing 90 to 120 shows a year, "you have to go home sometime." As for Damn Yankees songs being played live in concert, you can still hear several of those as Jack Blades performs them during Night Ranger concerts. Here's more from Tommy Shaw, including how excited he is to work with Styx on retooling their songs so they sound like they were intended when they were first recorded.