After nearly 50 years on the stage.
British progressive and symphonic rock group Yes, formed in London in 1968, brings a treat for faithful fans to Milan’s Barclays Teatro Nazionale in Via Giordano Rota on Saturday 28 May.
The gigs will include the whole of two of their albums of greatest acclaim, Fragile and Drama, although Howe said it will be “like the first time”, because many of the tracks haven’t been played for 30 years now.
Since Yes chalked up its first successes, the lineup has been completely recycled, one member at a time, while still preserving their inimitable style. The current personnel is led by singer singer Jon Davison, with guitarist Steve Howe (photo), bass guitarist Billy Sherwood, keyboardist Geoff Downes, and drummer Alan White.
Over the decades, their millions of disks sold have included such all-time classics as Roundabout, Close to the Edge, I've Seen All Good People and Owner of a Lonely Heart.
Tickets available from the Barclays Teatro Nazionale box office.