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Thursday, 27 February 2014

An acoustic evening with Jon Anderson at Houston’s Dosey Doe Big Barn

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There’s something very special to look forward to on Mon., Feb. 24: an acoustic evening with legendary singer/songwriterJon Anderson will come to the Big Barn of the Dosey Doe. On Feb. 21, music producer and artist representative, William James, shared what audiences could expect from the 2014-version of Jon Anderson's concerts. James said, “In addition to music from Jon’s solo and band career, he’ll be sharing a lot of humorous and enlightening stories. You won’t want to miss it.”
That’s good news for everyone who was in high school and college in the 1970s. If you can name all the members of the first version of the band “Yes,” chances are good that you were in school, probably working a part-time job that allowed money for few, if any extras. If you had extra money and couldn't get to the concerts then, chances are good that, of the vinyl records you bought, “Yes” albums with their 10-minute tracks and entire theme works were on your portable stereo player.

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