Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum welcomes progressive rock pioneers YES for Legends Series
Considered one of the greatest rock bands in history, members of the group YES will be interviewed at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Tuesday, August 6 at 7:00 p.m. on the Museums Main Stage as part of the Legends Series.
The Rock Hall’s Director of Education will conduct the interview with members of the band: Jon Davison, Singer; Chris Squire, Bassist; Steve Howe, Guitarist; Alan White, Drummer and Geoff Downes, Keyboardist. Following the interview, the floor will be open for questions from the audience.
The event is free with a reservation, however all RSVPs have been taken. To be put on the waiting list you can still go to the Rock Hall website at https://tickets.rockhall.com.
Considered by many to be the pioneers of progressive rock, YES has been together for 45 years and have released 20 studio albums. Founded in 1968, they have overcome the fleeting tastes of the listening public as well as the departure of key members.
Throughout their career, YES has been known for its expansive songs, esoteric lyrics, elaborate album art and live stage sets. YES are currently on a World Tour, playing 3 albums of their classic albums The Yes Album, Close To The Edge and Going For The One in their entirety. They will be performing on August 7th, 2013 at Cain Park. For more information about tickets for this show go to: http://usedview.com/article/cain-park-announces-line-up-for-75th-sea…
For more information on this and other Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum education and public programs, visit rockhall.com.
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