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|Project||Billy Sherwood||Tony Kaye||Alan White||Geoff Downes||Steve Howe||Jon Davison
||Rick Wakeman||Jon Anderson||Trevor Rabin||Trevor
live & on forthcoming alternate version of Fly
|New Steve Howe
uses material by
Association 3rd album
Moves People United album
Sherwood's Chris Squire tribute album
||guests||Tribute to Chris Squire|
||uses previously released material with
Elements + other Dave Kerzner projects
also worked with Kerzner
||Francis Dunnery, Glass Hammer|
The Future Left Behind
|Rodney Matthews' Trinity||probably guesting||John Payne
Progressive Fraternity's Loss and Hope
||was to be
|Anderson/Stolt's The Invention of Knowledge||Tom Brislin|
|Yes feat. Anderson Rabin Wakeman||Lou Molino
of Fame induction
||inductee; did not attend
||in audience||inductee; performed||in audience||inductee; performed||inductee; performed||inductee; performed||inductee; attended, did not perform
||performed with ELO
Squire inducted posthumously; Geddy Lee performed
with the band