Tag Archives: Billy Sherwood

Tributes To YES and Chris Squire Are Ready For Release

September 22, 2018

This year marks the 50th anniversary of YES but, sadly, the ensemble’s stalwart didn’t live to celebrate it, having passed away in 2015. Both the band and the man deserve paying homage to, and although the collective have seen a … Continue reading

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November 3, 2017

John Vehadija 2017 Lucid and entertaining, yet hardly transcendental trip into alternative existence. Singer-songwriter John Vehadija plays a dangerous game by pretending he’s not as well-versed in art-rock as one may assume, and the Canadian’s debut record can’t fail at … Continue reading

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LEON ALVARADO – The Future Left Behind

December 22, 2016

Melodic Revolution 2016 Beyond event horizon, American multi-instrumentalist casts a glance at dark ages of another era, with YES associates checking in. There’s a curious contradiction at play in this album’s attempt to harmoniously harness the possibilities of what lies … Continue reading

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August 5, 2016

Cherry Red 2016 From the first to the last, former and future YES members revisit their memories to report from the road. For all their studio rapport, watching one classic band’s original keyboard player and bassist-to-be on stage is a … Continue reading

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Billy Sherwood & Tony Kaye: Not A Quixotic Way

March 23, 2016

Outside of the YES circle or close to its edge, there’s no stopping for Billy Sherwood and Tony Kaye’s collaboration. Last heard together on the former’s solo album and, before that, on a Marcello Paganini’s , this year the two are … Continue reading

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