Most likely depending on your age, Yes is either everything that was wrong with music or the savior of the 1970s. If you've never heard the UK prog group, picture extended (okay, very extended) synth-heavy instrumental passages that split the difference between orchestral rock and slightly sugary pop all backing a heavily falsettoed Jon Anderson. These days the band has moved on from Anderson, with former tribute frontman Benoit David stepping in. Original keyboardist Rick Wakeman was also replaced by his son Oliver for this round of reunion-ish shows.
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