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Thursday, 20 August 2015

Yes, Toto turn back the clock at Pier Six Pavilion

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Classic rock both crunchy and trippy poured out at Pier Six Pavilion on Wednesday as two of the genre’s legends – Toto and Yes – shared the bill in a two-for-one gig on a gorgeous summer night in Baltimore.

The scene was bittersweet as both bands have moved on from recent losses of band members. Toto bassist Michael Porcaro, brother of bandmates Jeff, who died in 1992, and Steve Porcaro, who was with the band from 1982-2007, died in March from ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease).

Yes co-founder and bassist Chris Squire lost his battle with leukemia on June 27. This was just the fifth show in the band’s history without Squire, the other four shows being the previous dates on the current tour.

Both bands paid tribute to their fallen mates.Read on...

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