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Sunday, 9 August 2015

Yes Play First Show Since Chris Squire's Passing

Jon Davison
Yes performed their first show without late bassist-cofounder Chris Squire on Friday at Foxwoods. Leslie dela Vega

Weeks in advance, well before the venerable British progressive-rock band Yes took to the stage last night, members of the group had told the media that their show would include a tribute to Chris Squire, the late bassist, singer and songwriter without whom they had never performed since convening in 1968. What shape that salute might take when the lights in the Grand Theater at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut, went down on Friday, was a subject for passionate speculation among fans.

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