Infinite Menus, Copyright 2006, OpenCube Inc. All Rights Reserved.

YES Insights

NOTEWORTHY Dates

  7 06 2010 High winds destroy tent and stage before Oklahoma Yes concert (story)
  4 28 1998 Beyond & Before: BBC Recordings 1969-70 released
  1 14 1998 Jon Anderson releases "The Mark You Know"
  5 12 1997 Yes cancel '97 tour when Rick Wakeman says "No"
  3     1994 Talk released
  5     1991 Union released
  6     1989 Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman & Howe released
         1989 Rick Wakeman & Jon Anderson rejoin
  9     1987 Big Generator released
11     1983  90125 released
  8     1980 Drama released
  5 18 1980 Trevor Horn & Geoff Downs replace Jon Anderson & Rick Wakeman
  9     1978 Tormato released
  7     1977 Going For The One released
11     1975  Relayer released
  8 17 1974 Patrick Moraz - replaces Rick Wakeman
  6 08 1974 Rick Wakeman quits
12     1973  Tales From Topographic Oceans released
11     1972  Fragile released
  9     1972  Close To The Edge released
  8 01 1972  Bill Bruford quits to join King Crimson
  3     1971  The Yes Album released
  6     1970 Yes releases "Time And A Word"
  1 13 1955 Trevor Rabin born (joins 9/82)
  7 15 1949 Trevor Horn born (joins 3/80 with Geoff Downes
  6 14 1949 Alan White (drums) born (joins 8/72, replacing Bill Bruford)
  5 18 1949 Rick Wakeman (keyboards) born, joins 8/71, replacing Tony Kaye, leaves 6/74, replaced
                by Patrick Moraz, rejoins 12/76, requits 3/80, rejoins 89)
 6 24 1948 Yes' (Moody Blues) Patrick Moraz born (joins 8/74, leaves 76)
  5 17 1948 Bill Bruford born (leaves 8/72, replaced by Alan White)
  3 04 1948 Chris Squire born London
  4 08 1947 Steve Howe born, London
  1 11 1946 Tony Kaye (keyboards) born (leaves 8/71, replaced by Rick Wakeman)
10 24 1944  Jon Anderson born (leaves 3/80, rejoins 89)
 

LinkedUpRadio Envisionwise Web Services