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ARW Reveals Band Lineup

02:01 PM Friday 7/8/16 | |

Anderson, Rabin & Wakeman (ARW) has filled out its touring band with a bassist, drummer and multi-instrumentalist.  On board for the adventure beginning in October are Lee Pomeroy, Louis Molino III and Gary Cambra.

The group’s name represents decades of Yes history.  Jon Anderson co-founded the pioneering progressive band with Chris Squire during the late ’60s, and the group welcomed keyboardist Rick Wakeman to the fold just as the sessions for the groundbreaking Fragile album were about to begin.  Guitarist/singer Trevor Rabin entered the picture during mid 1980s when Squire, Yes drummer Alan White and original Yes keyboardist Tony Kaye were planning to launch Cinema, a project that turned into a brand new Yes when Anderson joined the group, and resulted in the album 90125 along with the hit single “Owner Of A Lonely Heart.”

Having announced the tour in May, Anderson, Rabin & Wakeman revealed this week who will be helping the three former Yes-men during the fall tour.

First up is bassist Lee Pomeroy, who has recorded, toured and performed with many acts, including Jeff Lynne’s ELO, Take That, Genesis vet Steve Hackett and Wakeman, who calls him one of the best three bassists he’s ever played with, the other two being Chris Squire and John Entwistle.

Playing drums on the tour will be Louis Molino III. An original member of Cock Robin, Molino has recorded and/or toured with Trevor Rabin, Julian Lennon, Kim Mitchell, Kenny Loggins, Roger Hodgson and The Tubes.  His music can be found on the soundtracks of such films as “Training Day,” “Con Air,” “Armageddon” and “Gone In Sixty Seconds” as well as on TV shows like “Zero Hour” and “12 Monkeys.”

Gary Cambra brings his multi-instrumentalist skills to the tour.  Cambra’s musical resume includes 20 years of producing The Tubes as well as playing keyboards and guitars for that band.  He has also toured as a session musician for Stephen Bishop, Jefferson Starship and others.

So far, ARWs touring plans cover North America this year and the U.K. in 2017.  The band’s itinerary also includes a couple of stops on the European continent.  Here are the dates:

Oct. 4 – Orlando, Fla., Hard Rock Cafe / Hard Rock Live
Oct. 6 – Hollywood, Fla., Seminole Casino Hollywood
Oct. 7 – Clearwater, Fla., Ruth Eckerd Hall
Oct. 9 – Durham, N.C., Durham Performing Arts Center
Oct. 10 – Atlanta, Ga., Fox Theatre
Oct. 12 – Pittsburgh, Pa., Heinz Hall For The Performing Arts
Oct. 15 – Glenside, Pa., Keswick Theatre
Oct. 16 – Glenside, Pa., Keswick Theatre
Oct. 19 – Boston, Mass., Wang Theatre - Citi Performing Arts Center
Oct. 21 – Wallingford, Conn., Toyota Oakdale Theatre
Oct. 22 – Huntington, N.Y., The Paramount
Oct. 24 – Montclair, N.J., The Wellmont Theater
Oct. 26 – Red Bank, N.J., Count Basie Theatre
Oct. 28 – Atlantic City, N.J., Borgata Hotel, Casino & Spa / Event Ctr.
Oct. 29 – Akron, Ohio, Goodyear Theater
Nov. 1 – New York, N.Y., Beacon Theatre
Nov. 2 – Buffalo, N.YU., UB Center For The Arts Mainstage
Nov. 4 – New Buffalo, Mich., Four Winds Casino
Nov. 5 – Chicago, Ill., Chicago Theatre
Nov. 7 – Nashville, Tenn., Schermerhorn Symphony Center
Nov. 9 – St. Louis, Mo., Fabulous Fox Theatre
Nov. 11 – New Orleans, La., Saenger Theatre
Nov. 12 – San Antonio, Texas, Majestic Theatre
Nov. 14 – Austin, Texas, Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater
Nov. 16 – Denver, Colo., Paramount Theatre
Nov. 17 – Salt Lake City, Utah, Capitol Theatre
Nov. 19 – Las Vegas, Nev., Pearl Concert Theater
Nov. 20 – Phoenix, Ariz., Celebrity Theatre
Nov. 22 – Los Angeles, Calif., Orpheum Theatre
Nov. 25 – San Francisco, Calif., SF Masonic
Nov. 27 – San Jose, Calif., City National Civic
Nov. 29 – Portland, Ore., Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
March 12 – Cardiff, Wales, Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
March 13 – Birmingham, England, Symphony Hall
March 15 – Brighton, England,  Brighton Dome
March 16 – Bournemouth, England, Bournemouth International Centre
March 19 – London, England, Eventim Apollo
March 21 – Nottingham, England, Royal Concert Hall
March 22 – Edinburgh, Scotland, Usher Hall
March 24 – Glasgow, Scotland, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
March 25 – Manchester, England, O2 Apollo Manchester
March 27 – Brussels, Belgium, Cirque Royal
March 28 – Utrecht, Netherlands, TiovliVredenburg

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