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A Journey To The Heart Of The Sunrise

10:01 AM Monday 12/7/09 |   |

Yes returns to the U.S. for a string of Feb. tour dates beginning in New Hampshire.

  • Steve Howe of Yes

    Paramount Theatre, Denver, Colo.
    July 12, 2009

    (Rod Tanaka / TanakaPhoto.net)

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These days the first thing a Yes fan probably asks when hearing about a tour is, “Who’s in the band this time?” The legendary prog rockers have had more than their share of personnel changes over the year and lately have been touring without the band’s singer / co-founder Jon Anderson.

Respiratory problems forced Anderson to bow out of a 2008 tour. Since then Canadian Benoît David has been subbing for the Yes-man, displaying a voice so similar to Anderson’s that it’s scary. But then, he had plenty of practice before taking Anderson’s place, mostly as the lead singer of Canadian Yes tribute band Close To The Edge.

Other than David, the current Yes lineup features co-founder Chris Squire, Steve Howe and Alan White with Rick Wakeman’s son, Oliver, playing keyboards.

The tour begins Feb. 4 in Concord, N.H., at the Capitol Center For The Arts. From there the band heads to Jim Thorpe, Pa., for a gig at Penn’s Peak, and plays Washington, D.C., at Warner Theatre Feb. 6.

Other cities on the schedule include Atlantic City (Feb. 12), New York (Feb. 13-14), Cleveland (Feb. 17), Houston (Feb. 24), Orlando (Feb. 27) and Boca Raton (Feb. 28).

The official Web site promises premium meet-and-greet packages to be announced soon. For more information, please click here for YesWorld.com.


Comments

  1. srvrules wrote:

    05:46 PM, Dec 10, 2009

    Of course.  What is YES without Jon.  I have been looking forward to seeing YES, but I will not see them without Jon.

  2. Studebaker Hawk wrote:

    08:26 PM, Dec 09, 2009

     We want Jon!



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