Classic Rock Almanac May 18, 2017Yes keyboardist Rick Wakeman celebrates his 68th birthday today. Wakeman got a lot of press for his acceptance speech when he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with Yes last month. Which one of these subjects did he cover in that speech?
The Daily Cut: Yes "l've Seen All Good People" (including "Your Move")Original Yes drummer Bill Bruford says that while a lot of attention was paid to Jon Anderson's chess-centered lyrics.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Reveals 2018 PlansThe Rock Hall is currently hosting a special exhibit dedicated to this year’s inductees in Cleveland that will run through winter 2018.
Rick Wakeman On Funny Rock Hall SpeechRick Wakeman of Yes is not only the best keyboard player in rock, but he's a damn funny guy. After his acclaimed Rock Hall Induction speech the whole world knows just how funny.
A Plethora Of YesmenTwo bands laying claim to the name Yes are coming to the north coast this summer. Can I tell you which members are playing at each location? Yes!!!
Yes Say 'No' to a ReunionThere are now two bands using the name "Yes," and both are touring this year. It's confusing. Let us help.
CONCERT ANNOUNCEMENT: Yes at Goodyear TheaterSeptember 15th featuring Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin and Rick Wakeman.
CONCERT ANNOUNCEMENT: Yestival starring Yes, Todd Rundgren & Carl Palmer's ELP LegacyAugust 20th at Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica
Pearl Jam, Yes, Journey, Joan Baez, Tupac Tribute Highlight Rock Hall InductionPolitical statements, funny stories and one-off collaborations dominated the night. Catch HBO's edited broadcast on 4/29.
Yes Blow Minds with Jamming, Tales of Prostate Exams and Sexual ExperiencesIt turns out that former keyboardist Rick Wakeman is pretty hilarious.
Trevor Rabin: "Playing Yes Songs without Jon Anderson Isn't Relevant to Me"He also discusses the future of the ad hoc Yes reunion band, Anderson Rabin Wakeman.
YEStival Is ComingCelebrating their induction into the Rock Hall, Yes will be hitting the road as headliners of YEStival, along with Todd Rundgren, & Carl Palmer's ELP Legacy show.