Where are they now? - Yes and its members
Where are they now?
Current news on Yes, Yes members and others associated with the band

Site last updated: 17 Aug 22

Check local advice on COVID-19 before attending live shows.

These pages provide coverage of the current activities of Yes and of Yes members outside of the band and of the many people who have been associated with the band. External links are only given to official sites, occasional exceptions aside.

How you can help the site...


Much of the news I cover comes from you, the readers, telling me about interviews or social media updates you've seen, conversations you've had through chance meetings, or just spotting where corrections are needed on the site. The best way to help is to keep doing this: send me an e-mail with any news (or let me know via Twitter or the blog).

If you are an artist and your work is covered here, or you think it should be, let me know. The same applies if you represent an artist as their management, promoter, record company etc. I am happy to receive press releases and respect embargoes. I'm happy to conduct interviews by e-mail.
How this site works

This site is not a blog, with distinct updates. Rather, it seeks to be an up-to-date, all-in-one description of what's currently happening. Like a wiki that only I can edit!

New material is added, and is in red, then I put it to black after a period. Old information is sporadically excised. I tweet about significant updates at @bondegezou. The Wayback Machine helpfully archives older versions of pages.

I run this site out of love, not for money, but the site has web hosting costs. One way I cover these is with adverts, the various Amazon links you see. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. You can also support the site more directly by donating through PayPal:

If you have a burning desire to support the site through donations away from PayPal, with gifts of CDs or whatever, drop me a line.

If you have a CD or DVD that should be covered by the site, I'd be happy to receive a copy and review it. Contact me by e-mail and I'll let you know how to send it.

(This is not a general reviews site: if you have a CD that doesn't have some sort of Yes connection, then, if you want, you can send it to me: if I like it, I'll say nice things about it, but I make no promises of coverage.)

The Table below summarises recent collaborations involving multiple Yesmen and/or some other regular collaborators:

Project Billy Sherwood Tony Kaye Alan White Geoff Downes Steve Howe Dylan Howe
Jon Davison
Patrick Moraz
Jay Schellen
Chris Squire
Oliver Wakeman
Jon Anderson Trevor Rabin Tom Brislin
Roger Dean
notable others

live + additional percussion on The Quest

Curtis Schwartz, Paul K Joyce
The Buggles

Trevor Horn
Downes Braide Association


guested live on Royal Affair tour

John Wetton's An Extraordinary Life
re-released material
re-released material
re-released material

Arc of Life

Dave Kerzner, Jimmy Haun
Lobate Scarp's You Have It All


In Continuum


co-written material

Prog Collective's Songs We were Taught


guests guests

Animals Reimagined – A Tribute to Pink Floyd guests

guests guests


Synthesizer Classics




Tony Kaye's End of Innocence



Edison's Lab
uses previously released material with uses previously released material with

working with


Scott Walton


Dave Kerzner's All Star Prog Band

More Sonic Elements/Dave Kerzner projects

guested live


co-written material

Hackett, Dunnery,
Kerzner, Levin

Jon Anderson's 1000 Hands



Jon Anderson's Sunlight

Haun, Jonathan Elias
Colin Scot, Remastered & Expanded Edition

guests guests

A Gallery of the Imagination

Lee Pomeroy
Rick Wakeman's Unreleased Demos Volume 1


Adam Wakeman

Any additions/corrections, please e-mail Henry Potts.
unique visits to the Bondegezou domain since 25 Oct 2005
View My Stats