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Yes Announces U.K. Run

04:01 PM Monday 12/6/10 | |

It’s never too early to think about your next Yes show and in this case you have 11 months to ponder a moment’s answer to the dream, as the prog band announces United Kingdom shows scheduled for November 2011.

Who’s in Yes these days? Original bassist Chris Squire is still in the group as is guitarist Steve Howe and drummer Alan White. There’s also a Wakeman on keyboards but his name isn’t Rick. Instead, it’s son Oliver who has been playing with the pioneer prog-rock band during the last couple of years.

Also in the band is Benoit David, the Canadian singer tapped in 2008 to fill in for a then-ailing Jon Anderson. David will appear, along with Wakeman, on the first new Yes album in 10 years, scheduled to be released on Italian-based Frontiers Records in summer 2011.

The 2011 U.K. tour begins in Cambridge at the Corn Exchange Nov. 8, plays Sheffield City Hall Nov. 9 and stops at Birmingham’s Symphony Hall Nov. 11. Also on the schedule is the Brighton Dome Nov. 15, and Bristol’s Colston Hall Nov. 16 before ending the journey in London at the HMV Hammersmith Apollo Nov. 17.

Tickets are available now via the Ticket Factory. For everything in the world of Yes, click here to visit the band’s website.


Comments

  1. YesLover wrote:

    08:05 PM, Dec 06, 2010

    This is sad and pathetic.  Jon Anderson just finished up a tour of the UK and also the USA.  Why YES continuies to tour and now write an album with such a poor immitation of Jon and really, not such a good singer anyways.  So sad that the band continuies to ignore Jon.  Check out Jon's performance with the Cleveland Youth Orchestra recently...very powerful voice, with all the magic of Jon.  All that could have improved it was Chris, Steve & Alan playing alongside him.  Agree with Estreet above, Benoit is nothing but a karaoke singer and a bad one at that.  I can never see YES in their current form...they are at best a cover band as they are now, and a bad one at that.

  2. Estreet wrote:

    07:10 PM, Dec 06, 2010

    It is not and never will be YES without Jon Anderson. It's now just a cover band with a karaoke singer leading the way. It's amazing what so called musicians will do to get an extra buck in their pockets. Buggles anyone???



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