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"We are proud to present the American public with forward-looking albums from the past," says guitarist Steve Howe of the iconic and influential band. "Promoting 'Drama' at Madison Square Garden on multi-nights was a career milestone in 1980, and we are especially looking forward to performing both the opening and closing sides to 'Topographic Oceans.'"
Keyboardist Geoff Downes: "One minute, Trevor Horn and I were in The Buggles, the next we joined Yes, then we were in Madison Square Garden playing 'Drama.'"
Drummer Alan White: "We really hit the ground running with 'Topographic Oceans,' my first recorded album with Yes. It pushed boundaries of music and went to number 1 in the UK."
The band's annual summer outing will take them throughout the U.S. from late July through early September, beginning July 27 in Columbus, OH. YES will then stop in such cities as Atlantic City, Wallingford, Westbury, Staten Island, Morristown, Washington, DC, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Chicago, Milwaukee, Denver, Las Vegas, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, Saratoga and Reno before wrapping September 4 in San Diego.