Jon Anderson Believes Yes Members Would Reunite For Rock Hall

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(Prog) Original vocalist Jon Anderson says it would be fun to share the stage with his former Yes bandmates if they're ever inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame.

Yes have been eligible for more than 20 years but have still to be given the nod, despite their name being included on two previous ballots. But Anderson says he's confident he won't have to wait too long until the Hall opens its doors.

He tells Rolling Stone: "It's gotten happen at some point. Rick Wakeman used to joke that we'd all come out in wheelchairs. My mantra always is, 'It'll happen when it happens.' You can't presuppose that you're supposed to be in the Hall Of Fame. It's not something that I lose any sleep about."

When asked if all surviving members of the band past and present could play together on the occasion, Anderson adds: "The other day I said, 'There will be 20 of us. It'll be fun.' There won't be much room, but it will be fun." Read more here.

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