Jon Anderson has gotten into the spirit of the just-started Olympics, releasing a new song that combines the anthematic echoes of “Chariots of Fire” with his patented hope-streaked lyrics.
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Jon Anderson, having just completed a lengthy American solo tour and with more shows to come in South America, is creating a similarly brisk pace — four years after he split with Yes
Ian Anderson, Jon Anderson, Kate Bush, Peter Gabriel, Steve Hillage, Rick Wakeman and Roger Waters will vie for the title of ‘Prog God’ in the first annual Progressive Music Awards, to be held this September in London.
In the past, introducing a new voice into the ever-changing Yes dynamic often started the band on a series of quickly realized new directions. 1997′s Open Your Eyes, it once seemed, was the exception.
Trevor Rabin, set to be honored by ASCAP today for his work in film, takes over our One Track Mind feature, offering new insights into his solo work and key moments with Yes.
It’s not like Trevor Rabin has disappeared since leaving Yes, not with dozens of movie scores to his name in the intervening years. Still, Rabin hadn’t released a solo project under his own name since 1989
Jon Anderson remains hopeful that he’ll some day return to the band he co-founded, but in the meantime he’s been developing new projects with fellow former members Rick Wakeman and Trevor Rabin.
Ask cofounding member Jon Anderson why Yes is not yet a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and you get a blunt answer: “It’s very simple,” Anderson says. “They don’t feel like Yes is important.”
Former Yes vocalist and songwriter Jon Anderson has teamed up with Italian composer/conductor Marco Sabiu to produce the digitally released track “Limitless Lives.” Hear an excerpt here!
It has been, quite literally, the best of times and the worst of times for fans of Yes.