Anderson Rabin Wakeman 'Going To Be Quite A Trip' For Yes Fans

Anderson Rabin Wakeman

(Prog) Jon Anderson has described his upcoming reunion with Rick Wakeman and Trevor Rabin as "the next understanding of Yes that I hear." And despite keyboardist Wakeman's caution over recording an album in tandem with their US tour in October, the vocalist says he's feeling positive about their progress.

ARW last month confirmed they'd begun a collaboration for the first time since the Yes Union tour of 1991, after Chris Squire's death inspired them to turn conversation into action.

Anderson tells The Prog Report:"We've been recording some ideas over the past couple of months. We're going to get into it next week. Trevor's starting this week. Rick's going to be involved through the internet.

"We've got a musical design to aim for. I think we might have it all tied up by August then we'll start rehearsing for the tour. We really feel quite comfortable about where we're heading - it's going to be quite a trip." Read more here.

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