The Yes legend uncouples from the mothership to drift through shifting landscapes on his first solo album in 9 years
The prog icon discusses his diverse career, love of vintage guitars and why Yes sought to decommercialize their music
Steve Howe will perform with both bands on the tour, which will also include John Lodge of The Moody Blues and Carl Palmer's ELP Legacy.
Yes have cancelled the remaining dates of their Yestival tour following the sudden death of Steve Howe's younger son, Virgil.
Yes—with a lineup of Steve Howe, Alan White, Geoff Downes, Jon Davison and Billy Sherwood—have announced a 50th anniversary tour that will take them through Europe next March.
Yes fans across the globe greeted the band’s recent induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with a collective response: “It’s about time!”
This past Friday night, vocalistJon Anderson performed with Yes—his formerband—at the the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY.
As Yes take their classic Fragile and Close to the Edge albums on the road, guitar virtuoso Steve Howe sits down for a talk about the making of those groundbreaking prog productions.