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Yes Reviews

ConcertsIndie & Rock

Average customer review: 3.0 star rating (2.8 Stars)

Number of reviews: 22



2.0 star rating So from San Jose, California


1st half was a long and poor quality of sounds with absolutely no way of hearing the lyrics. 2nd half slightly better with return of 2 original members that quieted things down & gave you a sense of music rather than muddied loud noise. Sorry Yes. I was really looking forward to this.

1.0 star rating Philly Pete from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


This band (in the name of Yes) needs to stop touring. This was worse than going to see a tribute band. At least with a tribute band, everyone understands /accepts what their getting. With the exception of Steve Howe, the rest of the band members had nothing to do with the creation, development, and influence over the music this band is credited for in the 60s, 70s and early 80s. A complete rip-off.

1.0 star rating Baxter from Detroit, Michigan


performance was a disgrace. So bad we left at intermission. The band should have refunded the ticket price. Should have known when I saw 3000 unsold tickets the day of the concert on ticketmaster.

1.0 star rating Chris from Detroit, Michigan


This is not yes, very poor performance and wast of time. and money. What a joke obviously on me for paying to see this fiasco,

1.0 star rating RAB from Temecula, California


This was not Yes. This was Steve Howe playing what he wanted to play regardless of what the paying customer would likely want to hear. Sound mix was extremely poor. Bass and keyboard players were both good. But frankly I have heard a few bar bands play Yes better. Obviously, these were older players that have lost more than a step. Disappointing as I have seen a number of 70s bands that were as good or better they were back when. I suspect this tour was economically motivated because it sure wasn't for the art.

1.0 star rating KMD from Seattle, Washington


Really disappointing - Off beat, out of tune and a bit sad. Love to attend 4+ concerts at the winery each season and always have a good time - regardless of the "music."

1.0 star rating Mark from Seattle, Washington


No, Jon Anderson is no longer with them and has not been for years. Jon Davison is an average replacement, at best; no Alan until the end (Jay Schellen is primary drummer), no Rabin/Wakeman - this is Howe/Downes and Billy Sherwood. Replacement-level band.


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