The legendary prog-rockers YES took the stage at the Tavistock in Tavistock, England yesterday on 6/13/22. The 400-capacity venue was treated to an intimate performance by the band, featuring the
Since the release of Yes’ last album in 2014 Heaven and Earth, quite a lot has changed with the iconic prog band – mainly the passing of bassist Chris Squire
Michael Yellin goes long on Yes’ most controversial LP: “If prognerds were a rougher bunch, there would be a lot of busted noses over ‘Tales From Topographic Oceans.'”
Regardless of whether or not Yes care about the award, they still deserve it. Here are five reasons why.
Feast your eyes (if you dare)…
The album features a who’s who of prog giants…and one William Shatner.
With some amazing new line-up additions, CTTE 2014 basically features the Prog Rock Hallf of Fame.
With a new tour recently kicking off in the States, Squire, guitarist Steve Howe, drummer Alan White, keyboardist Geoff Downes and vocalist Jon Davison are bringing to life three of their most important albums of the seventies, playing them live in their entirety for the first time: The Yes Album, Close To The Edge and Going For The One.
Thao & The Get Down Stay Down announce a North American tour and more tour date announcements.
Fly From Here is arguably the band's finest work since the '70s, due in large part to the resilient six-string elegance of guitar wizard Steve Howe. Glide recently caught up with the world's busiest guitarist as Yes (now with another new lead singer, Jon Davidson) were preparing for a highly-anticipated North American tour.