Prog legends YES will be finally inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for the Class of 2017.
The induction follows two previous nominations, and will precede the iconic band’s 50th anniversary in 2018.
Trevor Horn has confirmed he will delight fans with a rare guest appearance during the band’s London show at Royal Albert Hall on 10th May. Trevor will also join YES on stage in Oxford on the 9th; this will be the first opportunity to see YES live with Trevor since the original Drama tour 36 […]
YES have announced an extensive UK and European tour in which they’ll perform seminal albums, Fragile and Drama in their entirety.
The tour is set to begin in the UK at the end of April to end in June in Rome, Italy.
After the recent release of their whole YES catalogue mastered For iTunes, Warner will re-release Drama on Vinyl LP on 22nd April with Fragile following shortly after.
The release will coincide with the start of YES UK/European tour, where the prog pioneers will be performing both albums in their entirety.
Prog legends YES have announced a 10 date UK tour followed by 15 European shows.
The band will be performing their seminal albums ‘Fragile’ and ‘Drama’ in their entirety plus other major YES tracks from 27th April.
There is an excellent tribute in the current issue of PROG Magazine to Chris Squire, bass player with YES who sadly passed away on 27th June after a short illness. PROG is out now, make sure you read it!
Seminal prog legends YES have announced the release of their 21st studio album.
Heaven and Earth will be available from stores and to download from July 21st on Frontiers Records.
Prog legends YES’ European tour is set to start in the UK on 29th April.
The award-winning icons will be performing three seminal albums in their entirety: The Yes Album (1971), Close to the Edge (1972) and Going For The One (1977).
Prog legends YES announce European tour set to start in Spring 2014.
The award-winning rock luminaries will be performing songs from three of rock’ seminal albums: “The Yes Album”, “Close to the Edge” and “Going for the One”
Prog rock band YES have been forced to cancel the last 3 shows on their European tour due to illness. Benoit David, lead singer with the group, has been hit by an extreme case of laryngitis together with an ear infection and high fever and was advised by doctors not to speak, sing or travel until the infection is under control.