Jon Anderson on His New Album, Anderson Rabin Wakeman and Yes
YES Announce Summer Tour DatesThe tour will feature the 1980 album Drama performed in its entirety and sides one and four of 1973's double album Tales From Topographic Oceans, plus a selection of their greatest hits.
7 Things We Hope to See at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame InductionFrom N.W.A. with Kendrick Lamar to Chicago reuniting with Peter Cetera, this year's list of nominees has a lot of possibilities for great moments at the induction ceremony next April.
Yes, Deep Purple, the Cars Lead Rock and Roll Hall of Fame NomineesChicago, Chic, Cheap Trick and the Steve Miller Band also are on the ballot.
Chris Squire, RememberedYes's music is not for everybody, and that's what makes fans love it more. We pay tribute to the band's legendary bassist and cofounder.
Longtime Yes Bassist Chris Squire Succumbs to Leukemia
Chris Squire of Yes to Undergo Leukemia Treatment"This will be the first time since the band formed in 1968 that Yes will have performed live without me," Squire said.
The Los Angeles Summer 2014 Concert Guide For Classic Rock Acts Check out our ultimate guide to which classic acts are rolling through SoCal this summer!
Not Fade Away: Four Sides, Four Songs - 'Tales From Topographic Oceans' by YesThe shortest song was eighteen and a half minutes.
Chris Squire of Yes Talks Rock Hall, Jon Anderson and Jimmy Page"Yes is now in its 45th year, and we've obviously done a lot of work over that period of time. The albums are all like children really. I don't really favor one over the other, they've all got little gems of musicality and lyrics, it's hard to single out any particular one." - Chris Squire discussing the new Yes box set
Yes To Release Massive Box Set On ChristmasThe collection features the band’s first 12 albums over a course of 13 CDs, including The Yes Album, Fragile, Close to the Edge, Relayer, Going for the One and the double album Tales from Topographic Oceans, all of which were originally released through Atlantic Records.
Roger Hodgson On Yes, Ringo And Supertramp: 'The Time For A Reunion Has Passed'It's been three decades since he left Supertramp, and thirteen since his last album. We thought it was time to have a talk with Roger Hodgson.