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In this circa 1979 photo, Chris Squire plays bass during a Yes concert in Champaign, Ill.
June 28, 2015 Chris Squire, the bassist and co-founder of the progressive rock band Yes who recently announced he had leukemia, has died, according to a statement from his band members on Sunday. He was 67.
In the fall of 1972, Yes' tour took the band from Canada to North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee and New York.
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June 15, 2015 Let this previously unreleased recording from Yes' 1972 tour take you back to when the band meshed jazz and rock in fresh, loud, exciting ways.
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June 2, 2004 The U.K. progressive rock band Yes is celebrating 35 years together. Members have come and gone and come again, but the band has a signature sound, full of time changes, electronic keyboards and a tight mix of guitar bass and drums. Music writer Tom Terrell says the white band from Britain had a strange attraction for black kids — like him — from New Jersey.
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