The band's first album soared to US sales alone in excess of four million.
The British progressive rock band founded by Jon Anderson, Chris Squire, Peter Banks, Tony Kaye, and Bill Bruford are beloved worldwide.
Anderson Rabin Wakeman have announced that with immediate effect, their new name will be Yes Featuring Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin, Rick Wakeman.
In the final part of our interview with Rick Wakeman, he tells us why he's going to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame after all, plus more on Piano Portraits.
Jon Anderson was guest of honour at last night's (1 September) Progressive Music Awards 2016, where he was named Prog God.
Steve Hackett picks his top 11 prog albums for uDiscover and curates an exclusive top prog playlist.
Tony Banks and the late Chris Squire are to receive special recognition at Prog Magazine’s Orange Amplification presents Progressive Music Awards this week.
Yes began their first concert without Chris Squire with an emotional tribute to him, at their August 7 concert in Mashantucket, Connecticut.
We’re sad to report that the death has just been confirmed of Chris Squire, the widely-respected bass player best known for his work with Yes.