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If you're reading this page, you already love Yes and know how influential they have been. But, for years, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame have ignored the band. Voices for Yes is a new, fan-led campaign and there is a real chance of seeing Yes inducted in 2014.
Please support the campaign. This is not about what you think of the Hall of Fame, or of a particular incarnation of Yes: it's about recognition of Yes's legacy, for the fans to celebrate.
Update: Yes have been nominated! The process to select the final inductees now includes a public poll. You can vote for Yes at the three sites involved: at the Hall of Fame's own site, through Rolling Stone, and through USA Today. Yes are currently fourth out of the 16 nominees: a good showing here will help and you can vote at all three sites at least once a day, so please keep voting!
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|Project||Billy Sherwood||Tony Kaye||Alan White||Geoff Downes||Steve Howe||Chris Squire||Rick Wakeman||Jon Anderson||Peter Banks †||Trevor Horn
||John Wetton||Steve Hackett
Fly from Here
||Jon Davison, Tim Weidner|
|Anderson Wakeman Rabin
||guests||Anderson also working with Kerzner
||Dave Kerzner, Francis Dunnery; uses
samples of Bill Bruford,
|Tony Kaye & Billy Sherwood|
|The Fusion Syndicate||guests||guests||Mel
(The Prog Collective)
||guests||guests||guests||guests||guests||guests||guests||M Collins, Steve Hillage, Roye
|Songs of the Century: An All-Star Tribute to Supertramp||guests||
||Steve Porcaro, Kerzner
an Eagle: An All-Star Tribute to Steve Miller Band
||guests||guests||guests||guests||guests||Nektar, Hillage, Jordan Rudess
Who tribute album
||guests||guests||guests||Nektar, David Cross, Jürgen Engler & Chris Lietz|
Rudess, Roye Albrighton
the Mystery (William Shatner)
Progmantics (Sarastro Blake)
||guests||guests||Dave Lawson, Richard Sinclair
Extremis (Days Between Stations)
||Billy Sherwood||Tony Kaye||Alan White||Geoff Downes||Steve Howe||Chris Squire||Rick Wakeman||Jon Anderson||Peter Banks †||Trevor Horn||Patrick Moraz||Tony Levin||John Wetton||Steve Hackett||notable others|
the Edge 2014
||Howe, Squire, White, Downes &
Davison present as Yes; others on board include Roger Dean, Marillion,
of Everything (Ayreon)
|Spoonful of Time (Nektar)
||M Collins, Cross, Engler & Lietz; Sherwood
also worked with Nektar on another
Wakeman, Gordon Giltrap, Benoît