Anderson Rabin Wakeman Really A 5-Piece Not A Trio

Anderson Rabin Wakeman

(Prog) Rick Wakeman has described Yes offshoot Anderson Rabin Wakeman as a five-piece band rather than a trio with sideman, after completing their first rehearsal sessions in the US.

The band last month confirmed that bassist Lee Pomeroy and drummer Louis Molino III would be part of the lineup for their world tour. They spent last week rehearsing a mix of classic Yes tracks and new material - and the keyboardist has professed himself "so enthused" with the results.

Wakeman says in a blog post: "Trevor, Jon and myself have been spending the last few months preparing ideas for the concerts. I arrived in Los Angeles on August 7, and for the next seven days ARW rehearsed solidly, with ideas constantly changing, and for the better.

"One thing that became abundantly clear was that Lee and Lou are much more than 'sidemen.' Their contributions to all that went on were immense. ARW is truly a five-piece band of tremendous potential." Read more here.

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