Over a 45-year career, countless line‑up changes and famous bust-ups, Yes show no signs of slowing down as they prepare to release album number 21. We meet the godfathers of prog to get the inside story on the eagerly anticipated […]
The new issue of PROG is out today! And they are 40 issues old, hooray!
PROG’s cover stars are YES, with a 10-page feature on the making of their seminal album Close To The Edge, plus Roger Dean shares his cover art sketches. PROG also catches up with […]
by Dale Jr., 9 April 2013, New England Music News
Progressive rock took center stage Saturday night when one of the corner stones of the genre, Yes, returned to the Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom for the venue’s opening weekend. For someone […]
by Gary Graff, 9 April 2013, The Oakland Press
Playing a landmark album in its entirety has become a regular rock ’n’ roll concert occurrence in recent years.
But playing three albums front to back certainly stands out. And that’s just what […]
by Matt Wardlaw, 8 April 2013, Ultimate Classic Rock
This summer, renowned Yes guitarist Steve Howe will host the first Cross Styles Music Retreat, which is happening at the Full Moon Resort in New York’s Catskill Mountains August 19 through August 23.
The retreat will […]
Guitarist Steve Howe says band doing three entire discs on tour
by John J. Moser, 6 April 2013, The Morning Call
Guitar wizard Steve Howe is a Yes man.
Howe even recently gave up his slot in the seven-year-old reunion of 1980s prog […]
by Howard Whitman, 7 April 2013, Technology Tell
In recent years, the legendary progressive rock band Yes has stuck with a greatest-hits approach in live shows, typically playing the most recognizable, radio-played songs in its formidable catalog.
Fair enough, but for longtime […]
by George Lenker, 3 April 2013, MassLive.com
Outside of certain musical circles, Alan White may not be the most famous drummer in the world, but he probably should be.
Along with serving as the main drummer for Yes after original drummer Bill Bruford’s departure […]
Yes co-founder Chris Squire forecasts the band’s future — even 100 years from now.
by Robert Kaye, 1 April 2013, FolioWeekly.com
They’re back! Yes’ performance next week at The Florida Theatre marks the first time in the band’s 45-year career that it […]
by Josh Campbell, 26 March, 2013, Unsung Melody
On the 17th of March, nothing could have prepared me for what was in store that evening. As I stepped into the front doors of the Louisville Palace, I was in awe. The exquisite Spanish […]