Yes
Formed 1968
London England

Original Members:
Jon Anderson
Peter Banks
Tony Kaye
Chris Squire
Bill Bruford

Steve Howe:
1970-1971,
Guitarist Steve Howe
joined Yes.

Rick Wakeman:
In 1971, Tony Kaye
left to form Badger
(he later joined
Detective and then
Badfinger.
He was replaced by
Rick Wakeman

Alan White:
In 1972, Bill Bruford
left to join
King Crimson.
His replacement
was sessionman
Alan White, who
had played in
John Lennon's
Plastic Ono Band

Success:
Yes was one of the
most successful
progressive rock
bands of the 70's.
They were known for
their elaborate
concert light show  

Songs:
I've Seen All
Good People
You And I
Owner Of A
Lonely Heart
Roundabout

Their (edited) song
"Roundabout" was
released as a single,
& went to #13 in 1972

Early 70's:
In the early 1970s,
Yes played a
concert at the
Municipal Auditorium,
with opening acts
Poco and Jim Croce.

Yes Roots:
Yes was formed after
Jon Anderson met
Chris Squire at a
London music
Industry Bar in 1968
Yes
Late 1970's Nashville Tennessee
* Municipal Auditorium *
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