Why Yes, Anderson, Rabin, Wakeman Are Adding More Dates

Three lucky states are getting additional shows from the newly rebranded Yes feat. Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin, Rick Wakeman.
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Hard Rock International
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Hard Rock Live, Hollywood, Fla.
California gets one new show, New York has two new gigs, and Florida nets three more plays. Also, the show in Milwaukee has moved from Sept. 7 to Sept. 8.
Here’s how the North American routing looks now, with the new stops and change in bold:
Aug. 26 – Stockton, Calif., Bob Hope Theatre      
Aug. 28 – Saratoga, Calif., The Mountain Winery
Aug. 29 – Friant, Calif., Table Mountain Casino
Aug. 31 – Las Vegas, Nev., The Smith Center For The Performing Arts
Sep. 2 – Layton, Utah, Kenley Amphitheatre
Sep. 3 – Littleton, Colo., Hudson Gardens
Sep. 5 – Kansas City, Mo., Kauffman Center For The Performing Arts
Sep. 8 – Milwaukee, Wisc., Riverside Theatre
Sep. 9 – Hammond, Ind., The Venue At Horseshoe Casino
Sep. 12 – Kettering, Ohio, Fraze Pavilion For The Perf. Arts
Sep. 13 – Vienna, Va., Filene Center At Wolf Trap
Sep. 15 – Akron, Ohio, Goodyear Theater
Sep. 16 – Toronto, Ontario, Massey Hall
Sep. 18 – Quebec City, Quebec, Grand Theatre
Sep. 19 – Montreal, Quebec, St. Denis Theatre 1
Sep. 21 – Port Chester, N.Y., The Capitol Theatre
Sep. 23 – Wallingford, Conn., Toyota Oakdale Theatre
Sep. 24 – Brookville, N.Y., Tilles Center For The Perf. Arts
Sep. 27 – Newark, N.J., Prudential Hall
Sep. 29 – Reading, Pa., Santander Performing Arts Center
Sep. 30 – Trenton, N.J., Patriots Theater At The War Memorial
Oct. 1 – Philadelphia, Pa., Verizon Hall
Oct. 4 – Boston, Mass., Orpheum Theatre
Oct. 5 – Albany, N.Y., Palace Theatre
Oct. 7 – Niagara Falls, N.Y., Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino
Oct. 8 – Red Bank, N.J., Count Basie Theatre
Oct. 10 – Melbourne, Fla., King Center For Performing Arts
Oct. 11 – Clearwater, Fla., Ruth Eckerd Hall
Oct. 13 – West Palm Beach, Fla., Kravis Center
Oct. 14 – Miami, Fla., The Adrienne Arsht Center For The Performing Arts Of Miami-Dade County
The new moniker on what was formerly Anderson, Rabin and Wakeman has been a long time coming, as Jon Anderson co-founded Yes in 1968 with Chris Squire and has some of the rights to the name.
Yes feat. ARW is not to be confused with Yes, which we wrote about last week, and features Billy Sherwood, Jon Davison, Steve Howe, Alan White, and Geoff Downes.
About the name change, Anderson said “It’s very simple. … The fans want it, we want it and it’s our right to use the name. Yes music is in our DNA!”
The trio is reportedly recording a new album through the summer, and a DVD of the final show of their European tour at
The next place the band plays is Japan, in a national run lasting April 17-24. Yes feat. ARW also plays Rock Legends Festival in Slupsk, Poland, July 13 and there is one more European stop planned,
Onsale dates vary pretty widely, so the best bet is to check with the venue. The band’s new website is YesFeaturingARW.com.