Every year when we do our Holiday Gift Guide we make sure to throw some prog rock into the mix. This year is no exception.
Every Yes show I see is different. And I’ve seen a lot of them. Eighteen, to be exact. And last night’s performance as part of The Royal Affair tour at Toronto’s Budweiser Stage was no different.
“Songs in the Key of X’ takes you back to 1971, a weird transition year between psychedelia and three-minute-long pop wonders. Get ready for the gamut!
This Blu-ray version of the classic Yessongs is pretty much as good as it gets when it comes to this film, and chronicling this era of Yes.
Yes Featuring ARW has put out Live At The Apollo, which finds Anderson, Rabin, and Wakeman delivering a spectacular show that feels fresh and reinvigorated.
In an exclusive interview with Biff Bam Pop!’s Andy Burns, Yes singer Jon Davison discusses his role in the band, his feelings on performing on the band’s 50th anniversary tour, and much more.
Talking to Yes’ Billy Sherwood about the new live album, celebrating the music and memory of Squire, the 20th anniversary of ‘Open Your Eyes,’ his first album as a band member, and much more.
Biff Bam Pop’s Andy Burns talks to Yes keyboardist Geoff Downes about the band’s current tour.
Every year I try to highlight some cool progressive rock offerings for our readers, and this year is no exception. For those of us that love the genre, 2015 was … Continue reading Holiday Gift Guide 2015: For The Prog Rock Fans
As longtime Biff Bam Pop readers are aware, I’m a huge Yes fan. Over the years we’ve had reviews of the various recordings from the group, along with multiple interviews … Continue reading Biff Bam Pop Exclusive: Andy Burns talks to Jon Anderson about Yes, the Anderson Ponty Band, Chris Squire and more
1997, outside Massey Hall, upon meeting Chris Squire of Yes for the first time: Me: You’re the whole reason I play bass guitar. Chris: Well, that’s a bloody good reason, isn’t … Continue reading In memory of Chris Squire of Yes
A new album from a classic group can often be problematic – nobody sells albums anymore, especially bands of an older ilk who are faced with an aging fan base … Continue reading Yes Move Heaven and Earth And Create A Beautiful Album