Wednesday, 19 August 2015

Yes Honor Chris Squire During First Concert Since His Death


Chris Squire (Photo : Daniel Knighton / Getty)
At the Grand Theater at the Foxwoods Casino, Yes regrouped and returned to the stage with a tribute to its recently deceased bassist and constant bandmate, Chris Squire. The first post-Squire concert began with all the lights shut off except for one beaming spotlight on a white Rickenbacker bass—an instrument that screams Squire—where the musician once stood.


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