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Yes will team with Asia, John Lodge of The Moody Blues and Carl Palmer’s ELP Legacy for “The Royal Affair Tour” of North America this summer.
Recent Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame inductees Yes will celebrate their 50th anniversary this summer.
On the eve of their Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame induction, prog-rockers YES confirmed an upcoming Summer Tour.
SiriusXM’s Volume will air a live event hosted by David Fricke featuring an interview with YES and acoustic performances.
Co-founding member Jon Anderson will reunite with Yes at the upcoming Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction ceremony.
Late Yes bassist Chris Squire is remembered on what would have been his birthday with a career-spanning, officially curated Spotify Playlist.
Latest Yes Setlist
Yes at The Mountain Winery
- The Firebird Suite
- No Opportunity Necessary, No Experience Needed
- Tempus Fugit
- Going for the One
- I've Seen All Good People
- Second Initial
- Siberian Khatru
- The Gates of Delirium
- Starship Trooper
Yes are an English progressive rock band that formed in London in 1968. Their music uses complex arrangements, unusual time signatures, virtuoso musicianship, dramatic dynamic and metrical changes, a blend of musical styles, vocal harmonies, and a unique lyrical style. Despite the many changes to its lineup, the band has continued for nearly 40 years and retains a strong international following.
Tedeschi Trucks Band busted out a Cowboy cover during their acoustic set at the Warner Theatre in Washington D.C.
Joe Russo’s Almost Dead dusted off a Radiohead cover and welcomed Scott Metzger’s “future wife” violinist Katie Jacoby for a Bob Dylan tune at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York.
Phish Riviera Maya 2020 continued in Mexico with night two featuring bust outs, impressive segues, rarities, memorable jams and more.
To celebrate Grateful Dead keyboardist Vince Welnick’s birthday, watch him lead the band on The Who’s “Baba O’Riley” and The Beatles’ “Tomorrow Never Knows” from MSG in 1993.
In honor of Faces’ recent reunion, this week’s Full Show Friday features 44 glorious minutes of pro-shot video from the band’s 1973 show at Edmonton Sundown in London.