While he continues his six-year (and counting) journey to complete the upcoming sequel to his 1976 debut album, former Yes vocalist Jon Anderson is already on to his next project: A new band with violinist Jean-Luc Ponty.
Former Yes singer and front man Jon Anderson is taking his time with the upcoming sequel to his landmark first solo album, 'Olias of Sunhillow.' The project has so far been six years in the making, and in a new interview, the diminutive singer likens the work to a slow-baking cake. "It’s not ready yet," Anderson tells Noise11.com. "I have all the ingredients but I haven’t put it in the oven yet."
After a few difficult years, original Yes vocalist Jon Anderson is back touring and has booked a trip to South America for shows in September. In addition, when he goes, he'll be bringing a special new song that he's penned for perhaps the world's biggest sporting event.
Over the past year, Yes fans have been looking forward to a proposed project from former vocalist Jon Anderson that would reunite him with his ‘90125’ Yes-mate Trevor Rabin and famed former Yes keyboard legend Rick Wakeman. Unfortunately, as Anderson tells Ultimate Classic Rock, the grouping has been put on hold.
Former Yes vocalist Jon Anderson is embarking on a solo tour next month that will keep the prolific singer on the road for about six weeks. The trek will kick off Feb. 2 in Mesa, Ariz., and is scheduled to run through a March 17 gig in Fall River, Mass.
Former Yes vocalist Jon Anderson is getting even more direct and critical when asked about his former band. On the topic of a possible return to the group, the singer sarcastically says that he’ll be back “when they wake up.”
In our recently published exclusive interview with original Yes singer Jon Anderson, the musician took his former bandmates to task by suggesting that they didn't have patience for him to recover from a lengthy illness.
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