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This was their last show of this tour, and man did they do a fine job....
The sound was great! The musicians were phenomenal- Jon is 72 and sounded like
he was much younger....
They had videos that reflected their playing, especially on solos....
Great introductions by Jon... They played a version of And You and I that was
tremendous! Played lots of 80's material. Rick did a great solo introducing Awaken.
Glad I got to see the show, may never see these guys ever again... I think this Yes is
better than Steve Howe's Yes.
The Rose was very organized... They will scan you so don't bring any pocket knives or
any excess baggage. I smelled pot at one point so careful bringing you kids or mom.
John from Boston, Massachusetts
UNLIKE MANY OF THESE REVIEWS I WAS ACTUALLY THERE FOR BOSTON
So, how about this: I was actually AT the
Boston show, unlike most of these
reviewers/trolls. Almost full house (10-15
balcony seats left) and great view/sound.
I can't help but notice this band actually
PUSHES itself. Howe finds new ways to play
old material. Sherwood clearly learned a
thing or two about carrying a song from
Squire, and overall the band was clearly
having fun. I saw them a year ago, and if you
don't count the encores they only repeated
two songs in the setlist from the prior tour -
A phenomenal treat to any fan, and much
unlike other bands who just play the same
hits over and over...including the Anderson
I understand why this band had Squire's
blessing. I brought friends who'd never seen
them - They loved it.
A minor detail: Sherwood & Howe definitely
had a grittier tone this time around. Most
welcome, especially on Close to the Edge,
Awaken, and Parallels.
And - good to see Alan White for 4 songs, he
played well. Shame if it's his last round.
Jeff from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
I'm blown away at the negative reviews
(Steve Howe yes)i that it was fantastic. But
that's just me. When I saw ARW I thought
Anderson and wakeman we're very strong
but with so much of the show 70s yes Rabin
just not right on the steve Howe stuff. Bass
and drummer felt very much like sidemen.
Billy Sherwood was in such a zone! Great. Jay
schellen awesome. Anyone agree with me?
Niuck browning from west milton ohio
Anderson still hits the notes with flawless delivery wakeman is flawless bass player extraordinaire great drummer Rabin i knew was great but god he is an absolute monster guitar player exceeded expectations after all he is replacing the great steve howe he is more of a rocker to howes more ethereal sound but i have to say i felt lucky to see this rare talent playing his tail off first time seeing him as part of yes nice touch when wakeman and rabin walked the aisles playing concert was pure joy with some magical pinch me moments stage was a bit bare by past yes shows but who cares?
Bdbc from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
YES - PITTSBURGH
We thought the Jon Anderson concert in Pittsburgh was great. Very entertaining and great mix of old and new songs. Jon's voice is still great and he obviously has a great time on stage.
Andy E. from Houston, Texas
YES AT THE ARENA THEATER
Awesome 2800 seat in the round venue.
Sound and visuals were first class.
Don't believe the nay sayers! Yes was tight and sounded like the real deal. If you are a Yes fan I would highly recommend you see them.
Mister Danger from Los Angeles, California
YES WAS BETTER THAN EVER!!
This latest incarnation of YES was really quite good. Of course no Chris Squire or Alan White but the players who have taken over their respective spots were really good.
Steve Howe, at his advanced age, is at the top of his game. He was better than he has ever been and that is saying a lot.
Jon Davison, the replacement for Jon Anderson, has a better range and voice that Anderson. Davison's voice is rich with overtones and a pleasure to hear.
All in all, it was really a great 2 hours.
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