Jon Anderson's health woes continue, as he reveals a new issue that will require surgery.
Yes will embark on their third annual Cruise to the Edge next fall, and they're taking some friends along for the voyage.
Accompanying this morning's announcement of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 2015 induction class was the usual head shaking and open-mouthed disbelief that some of classic rock's oldest and most worthy bands were passed up once again.
One of Yes' most admirable qualities is its malleability -- a crucial element of 1974's 'Relayer,' released 40 years ago this week in the U.S.
Fans will get their first take-home opportunity to hear Yes in concert with current lead singer Jon Davison on the forthcoming 'Like It Is: Yes at the Bristol Hippodrome.'
Yes has released enough concert DVDs to fill a broom closet, and most of them offer the same basic experience: classic prog-rock performed skillfully, and faithfully to the original recordings.
A U.S. district judge in New York has ruled that filmmaker James Cameron's mountains can come out of the sky and stand there, even if they resemble Roger Dean's famous album covers.
Jon Anderson parted ways with Yes in 2008, when health concerns kept him from committing to a tour.
Yes released their debut album on July 25, 1969.
Long-time members Chris Squire and Steve Howe talk about the influence frontman Jon Davison had on Yes' new album, 'Heaven and Earth.'