YES & Alan Parsons Live Project – 2020 U.S. Spring Tour

YES have announced a run of spring U.S. headline tour dates March 19-25 leading into their annual Cruise to the Edge (March 27–April 1) sailing out of Miami. At four shows in Florida and one in South Carolina, the band will perform their classic hits and be joined by the Alan Parsons Live Project. Tickets for these dates – a precursor to the band’s North American fall tour, to be announced in the months ahead – go on sale to the public on Friday, January 24 at 10:00am ET.

“We can’t think of a better way to lead into our ‘Cruise To The Edge’ than with five shows in the Southeast.”Steve Howe.

“Florida and South Carolina in the spring sounds absolutely perfect for a British band like us. We look forward to seeing everyone for a night of YES music.”Alan White

YES continues to deliver dynamic and unforgettable performances full of passion and musical virtuosity, with songs that expanded the boundaries of rock.

Tickets go on sale Friday, 24 January at 10:00am ET
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2020 U.S. Spring Tour

With support from The Alan Parsons Live Project

Date Venue
19 March 2020   North Charleston Performing Arts Center – (YES Only)   North Charleston, SC     TICKETS
21 March 2020   Bayside Stadium – (Concert included with in-park admission)  SeaWorld Orlando, FL     TICKETS
22 March 2020   Ruth Eckerd Hall   Clearwater, FL     TICKETS
24 March 2020   Florida Theatre   Jacksonville, FL     TICKETS
25 March 2020   Broward Center for The Performing Arts   Ft. Lauderdale, FL     TICKETS
27 March 2020   Cruise To The Edge   Miami, FL     TICKETS


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YES to tour Relayer plus Classic Cuts

YES will take The Album Series 2020 Tour across Europe over 32 dates (see full list here). The tour will feature their 1974 Relayer album in its entirety together with a selection of other classic YES favourites.

This tour follows their 2018 highly successful #YES50 Anniversary tour and again features the line-up of Steve Howe (guitars), Alan White (drums), Geoff Downes (keyboards), Billy Sherwood (bass guitar and backing vocals), Jon Davison (vocals) and Jay Schellen (additional drums and percussion).

Steve Howe: “We are really looking forward to playing ALL of the Relayer album. Having premiered The Gates Of Delirium this year, we continue by expanding our Album Series with all the tracks: The Gates Of Delirium, Sound Chaser and To Be Over. During the first half of the evening we’ll be performing a refined selection from YES‘ enormous 50 year + repertoire. See you there!”

Alan White: “I always enjoy coming home to England so I’m especially looking forward to YES‘ upcoming ‘Album Series 2020’ tour. ‘Relayer’ I believe, is one of the most creative and interesting musical compilations in the bands repertoire. Challenging and extremely enjoyable to play, I’m happy to be bringing this music back to live stages throughout Europe. I hope all who attend our shows will enjoy these cuts as much as we like performing them for our audiences.”

The Album Series 2020

Relayer and classic YES favourites

Date Venue
24 April 2020   Campo Pequeno   Lisbon, Portugal     TICKETS
25 April 2020   Box Vistalegre   Madrid, Spain     TICKETS
26 April 2020   Razzmatazz 1   Barcelona, Spain     TICKETS
28 April 2020   Teatro Dal Verme   Milan, Italy     TICKETS
29 April 2020   Teatro della Conciliazione   Rome, Italy     TICKETS
30 April 2020   Gran Teatro Geox   Padova, Italy     TICKETS
02 May 2020   Komplex 457   Zurich, Switzerland     TICKETS
04 May 2020   Arena   Vienna, Austria     TICKETS
05 May 2020   Forum Karlín   Prague, Czech Republic     TICKETS
07 May 2020   Steintor-Varieté   Halle (Saale), Germany     TICKETS
08 May 2020   Theatre am Potsdamer Platz   Berlin, Germany     TICKETS
09 May 2020   Narodow Forum Muzyki   Wrocław, Poland     TICKETS
11 May 2020   Alexela Concert Hall   Tallinn, Estonia     TICKETS
12 May 2020   The Circus   Helsinki, Finland     TICKETS
14 May 2020   Cirkus   Stockholm, Sweden     TICKETS
15 May 2020   Sentrum Scene   Oslo, Norway     TICKETS
16 May 2020   Kulturværftet   Helsingør, Denmark     TICKETS
18 May 2020   Train   Aarhus, Denmark     TICKETS
19 May 2020   Red Box   Mönchengladbach, Germany     TICKETS
20 May 2020   Rockhal   Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg     TICKETS
22 May 2020   L’Olympia   Paris, France     TICKETS
23 May 2020   TivoliVredenburg   Utrecht, Netherlands     TICKETS
24 May 2020   Het Depot   Leuven, Belgium     TICKETS
26 May 2020   Philharmonic Hall   Liverpool, UK     TICKETS
27 May 2020   Royal Concert Hall   Nottingham, UK     TICKETS
29 May 2020   Barbican   York, UK     TICKETS
30 May 2020   The Sage   Gateshead, UK     TICKETS
31 May 2020   Royal Concert Hall   Glasgow, UK     TICKETS
02 June 2020   Symphony Hall   Birmingham, UK     TICKETS
03 June 2020   Bridgewater Hall   Manchester, UK     TICKETS
05 June 2020   Royal Albert Hall   London, UK     TICKETS
07 June 2020   Vicar Street   Dublin, Ireland     TICKETS


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Roger Dean will attend every show on the UK and European dates, and will have an exhibition of his iconic art, will be available to chat with fans front of house and sign merch, plus will be in the VIP meet and greets.

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Cruise To The Edge 2020

The World’s Greatest Progressive Rock Experience, is pleased to announce the details of our 2020 Journey to the Western Caribbean. You can expect a fresh and exciting lineup, featuring the return of your favorites along with several new Bands and Artists, as we make another memorable sojourn into the world of Progressive Rock!

Get ready! Cruise to the Edge sails from Miami, March 27 – April 1, 2020, visiting Harvest Caye, Belize and Roatan, Honduras, plus…two music filled days at sea!

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New Live Album Highlights The Legendary Band’s 50th Anniversary Tour, which featured founder member Tony Kaye on all shows, and Patrick Moraz in Philadelphia, where 10 Current And Former Members Were On Stage Together for the encore, Starship Trooper.




YES – FROM A PAGE – New Box Set & vinyl OUT NOW

4 unreleased studio tracks: ‘To The Moment’, ‘Words On A Page’, ‘From The Turn Of A Card’, ‘The Gift Of Love’
+ In The Present Live From Lyon 2CD
+ ‘Second Initial’ (live)



YES has returned to the recordings made in late 2010 to mix the four completed tracks as new content for a miniature five piece box set of recordings from that era.

The box features two booklets and three discs containing the four studio tracks and Live From Lyon 2009, all of which were recorded by the line-up of Chris Squire, Steve Howe, Alan White, Benoit David and Oliver Wakeman:

1. To The Moment (6:09)
2. Words on a Page (6:18)
3. From the Turn of a Card (3:24)
4. The Gift of Love (9:52)

Oliver Wakeman has personally overseen the preparation of the previously unreleased recordings which were mixed by Karl Groom and mastered by Mike Pietrini.

The box and one of the booklets features new artwork by Roger Dean, and the graphic design was undertaken by Oliver Wakeman, plus the set also includes his newly written liner notes about his time in the band.

The double CD album Live From Lyon was first released in 2010 and this edition restores “Second Initial” which was previously a Japanese only bonus track. The booklet for Live From Lyon has been re-designed and expanded.

Steve Howe described the project as “Good music never goes away or lays down to the commercial pressures that exist. Oliver’s compositions, “To the Moment”, “Words on a Page” and “From the Turn of a Card” demonstrate his musicality and talents, while working together on its arrangement “The Gift of Love” explores the collaborative essence of YES, pooling ideas and then working together on its arrangement, whilst utilising all of its many themes and variations. Karl Groom and Roger Dean both contributed their skills towards making this a worthy further ‘page’ in YES‘ long and diverse musical adventures.”

Oliver Wakeman says: “Following Chris Squire’s passing, I felt that the new music we’d created, but not released, should be heard and not sit unfinished on a shelf. And with Steve, Alan and Benoit’s enthusiasm for the project, I am proud to know that this music will get to see the light of day and, hopefully, be enjoyed by YES fans as a piece of previously hidden Yes history.”

Alan White added: “I’m pleased to see a gem of YES history coming to fruition in the form of this mini box set. New songs from the past and I’m hoping we can find even more music in the archives for future releases.”

The set is IN STOCK NOW and exclusively available from the band’s own Burning Shed store and it cannot be bought in the shops or on Amazon.

The mini-box set and a vinyl release of the new songs are exclusively available here:


To The Moment – new video

YES – To The Moment
New lyric video (2019) edited by Oliver Wakeman.


“As always, YES put on a magical show and took the crowd on a journey through their hits.” – Alex Kluft, Music Connection, 8/5/19

YES closed out the evening with a brilliant set filled with energetic deep cuts…they focused on material that played to the group’s strengths, and gave guitarists Steve Howe a chance to shine. Vocally, Jon Davison has come into his own… He also looks like he is having a great time and is able to work the stage with ease. The YES set closed with the 20 minute-plus ‘Gates of Delirium,’ from their Relayer album. It was an ambitious undertaking, but they nailed it. The evening closed with a moving version of ‘Imagine,’ a song that YES drummer Alan White played on Lennon’s studio version of, and ‘Roundabout.’” – Thom Jennings, Niagra Gazette (Niagra Falls, NY), 6/26/19

“The four and a half hour concert, with YES playing two of them, ended too soon, but the crowd was spent after the emotion of the evening.”Amps and Green Screens

YES, meanwhile, celebrated the 50th anniversary of its first album with a kind of kitchen-sink setlist, tossing plenty of rarities, and oddities, into its hour and 50 minutes on stage – opening with its rocking take of Richie Havens’ ‘No Opportunity Necessary…’ from its 1970 album Time and A Word and then tearing through ‘Tempus Fugit.’ The marquee moment was its longest, however – the 22-minute epic ‘Gates of Delirium’ from 1974’s Relayer album, performed for the first time in 18 years, whose lengthy instrumental passage was delivered with a virtuosic precision that held up to the original. YES sent everyone home with more favorites – ‘Roundabout’ and ‘Starship Trooper,’ …Nostalgia reigned in this Royal Affair, but it was a glorious kind of past that fully merited the celebration.” – Gary Graff The Oakland Press (Oakland, MI), 7/4/19

“…YES came on and kicked off with their version of ‘No Opportunity Necessary, No Experience Needed’ before jumping into a wide mix of material from ‘Tempus Fugit’ and ‘Going For the One’ to ‘I’ve Seen All Good People’ and ‘Siberian Khatru.’ They have decided to mix things up more on this tour and the fans surely seemed thrilled by the choices. Following a rousing rendition of ‘America’ the band closed the main set with ‘The Gates of Delirium’ from Relayer.

The band sounded great and had brilliant visuals to accompany the songs. Sherwood’s bass playing is perfectly suited to capture the essence of the late Chris Squire while Geoff Downes and Steve Howe are still at the top of their games. Vocalist Jon Davison has definitely settled into to his role and looks extremely comfortable on stage, hitting each note with ease. Meanwhile, Drummer Jay Schellen swapped drum duties with Alan White throughout the set. The band returned for the encore to perform John Lennon’s ‘Imagine’ on which Alan White originally played the drums. It was a wonderful version. Of course, they then closed with ‘Roundabout’ and ‘Starship Trooper.’” – Roie Avin, The Prog Report, 7/15/19

“This is prog-rock heaven!”Booneville Democrat

“…[the]revved-up crowd went wild when the members of YES came out to close the night of historic prog…Davison does an incredible job of duplicating the alto tenor range of original band vocalist Jon Anderson. The other musicians played with such precision that it was almost like hearing the studio albums again. Howe was particularly impressive playing various electric guitars, a steel guitar and a lute. His solo acoustic guitar performance of ‘Clap’ from The Yes Album nearly stole the show.” – Andy Gordon, Glide Magazine, 7/30/19

“The marquee moment was its longest, however — the 22-minute epic “Gates of Delirium” from 1974’s “Relayer” album, performed for the first time in 18 years, whose lengthy instrumental passage was delivered with a virtuosic precision that held up to the original.”The Oakland Press

“…wild applause from the crowd…unique night of rock music history that has endured for half a century.” – L. Paul Mann, Grateful Web, 8/6/19

“…YES proved again that they are, after all these years, still the kings of progressive rock.” – Carlie Steffens, Vintage Rock, 8/5/19

“For more than 45 years, YES has been writing and performing multi-faceted songs that are intricate, graceful and always technically savvy. No matter the decade, the concert experience has never been about loud distortion or pent up aggression. Rather, the arcane lyrics and sounds take fans on an aggrandized musical journey into the surreal. Though the band has gone through several personnel changes in their 20 album career, one things has always remained the same — a commitment to excellence by every member who has played an instrument or sang into a microphone. Along for the ride was singer Jon Davison, guitarist Steve Howe, drummer Alan White, keyboardist Geoff Downes and bassist Billy Sherwood with drummer Jay Schellen.”Big Shot Concerts, 7/25/19

YES’s 12-song, hour-and-45-minute set was more of a departure than YES has shown in recent years. Kicking off with the opening track from 1970’s Time and A Word album, ‘No Opportunity Necessary, No Experience Needed,’ was welcomed with open arms by long time fans of the iconic band. The six-minute ‘Tempus Fugit’ followed and was an absolute treat…Howe, now 72, seemed especially invigorated – while playing his 1971 solo piece ‘Clap,’ he lifted a leg, then kicked it, and shook his head and body as the crowd gleefully cheered him on… An 11-minute ‘Siberian Khatru’ may have received a standing ovation, but the audience was truly rewarded when classic YES drummer Alan White joined the band for an especially stellar version of Simon & Garfunkel’s ‘America.’” – Robert Locke, Shinding Music, 7/23/19

YES perform John Lennon’s ‘Imagine’, Rogers, AR, July 21 2019, (Photo by Aenimate Media Productions for Shindig Music)


Steve Howe, Meadow Brook Amphitheatre, Rochester Hills, July 3, (Photo by Joshua Tufts for The Oakland Press)


Alan White, FivePoint Amphitheatre, Irvine, CA, July 27 2019, (Photo by Charlie Steffens for Vintage Rock


Geoff Downes, FivePoint Amphitheatre, Irvine, CA, July 27 (Photo by Andy J. Gordon for Glide Magazine)

Jon Davison, Seminole Hard Rock and Casino, Hollywood, FL July 13th, 2019 (Photo by Larry Marano Photography for The Prog Report)


Billy Sherwood, Smart Financial Center, Sugar Land, TX, July 16 2019, (Photo by Texasrocknblues)


The ultimate official Top 100 YES Spotify playlist.
As voted by YESfans on Facebook.



Target Audience Magazine – “It’s a rare opportunity to see all of these great bands in one place.”
Broward Palm Beach New Times – Alan White Is the Most Famous Drummer You’ve Never Heard Of
Sonic Perspectives – Interview with Billy Sherwood
Niagara Gazette – Yes, Asia, ELP make for a ‘Royal Affair’ at Artpark
Biff Bam Bop – Yes Proves Itself Again As Rock Royalty on the Royal Affair Tour in Toronto
The Morning Call – Yes’s 12-song, hour-and-45-minute set certainly included all of the prog touchstones fans would want from the band and a couple of surprises.
Rolling Stone – “Giants of Seventies and Eighties prog are joining forces this summer, and they’re bringing along former Guns N’ Roses guitarist Ron ‘Bumblefoot’ Thal”
Rock Cellar Magazine – “This summer will be one to cherish for prog-rock fans.”
IHEART Radio – “Each night will be busy for the guitar great Howe, who is also set to perform with main support act Asia, a group he co-founded in 1981.”
PiercingMetal – “This is going to be a tour for the record books if there ever was one.”
The River – “Alan White appears at Beatles Fest 2019.
Rolling Stone – “I’m starting to play more and more. It’s pretty good right now and I feel good every day. I’m moving forward.” Interview with Alan White
“Utterly dazzling from start to finish”
scores a perfect 10/10 in Classic Rock Magazine
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Pop Culture Beast – “A perfect evening of YES playing as good in 2018 as they did in 1968… actually maybe even better.” Concert Review: YES Live at The Ford Theatre Los Angeles, CA 6/19/18



FROM A PAGE – Four previously unreleased 2010 recordings, personally overseen by ex-member Oliver Wakeman. Available exclusively at

YES 50 LIVE – New Live Album Highlights YES50th Anniversary Tour, which featured founder member Tony Kaye on all shows, and Patrick Moraz in Philadelphia, where 10 Current And Former Members Were On Stage Together for the encore, Starship Trooper. Available in 2CD, 4LP and digital formats. Order NOW!

YES: THE STEVEN WILSON REMIXES – Steven Wilsons remix series of 5 albums collected in a 6LP Boxset

FLY FROM HERE – RETURN TRIP – The remixed version of Fly From Here feat. new vocals from Trevor Horn and an additional song.

TOPOGRAPHIC DRAMA LIVE ACROSS THE USA – Drama and Tale From Topographic Oceans live. Recorded during YES‘ Summer 2016 USA Tour.


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