Yesshows was founded in 2016 during a progressive rock night in de Boerderij in Zoetermeer (the Netherlands).
The band consists of five top musicians who bring the music of Yes from the Yessongs era with the same passion and energy as Yes did in the 70s. The comments from the worldwide Yes fans are very positive. Some even talk about Yesshows as one of the best Yes tribute bands in the world.
If you want to feel that energy and passion, then you should not miss this.
We perform the songs with the same energy and intensity as Yessongs.
How about Close to the Edge and And you and I ?
How about Roundabout and Heart of the sunrise ?
How about Perpetual change and Starship trooper ?
How about that beautiful Relayer song called Soon ?
How about Wonderous stories and masterpiece Awaken ?
Meet the Band
Ebert was born in 1963 and is Yes fan since 1979. He plays progressive rock since 1999. Before that Ebert played several styles like Pop, Soul and Jazzrock/Fusion. Yessongs was Eberts 2nd album he ever bought and now he has the opportunity to keep Wakemans parts alive!
Enzo was born 1971, the release year of Fragile. At the age of 13 Enzo started playing in bands, playing New wave to Progressive rock. Now he has the chance to seriously play the Yes repertoire. A good occasion to dive into Steve Howe parts.
Katinka sang here whole life, but didn't find the stage until the 21st century. At first in a coverband with her father and from 2013 as a singer in Infloyd and Ayreon. Now as the lead vocalist in Yesshows, an offer she couldn't resist.
Lex was born in 1988. He is a multi instrumentalist, playing drums, piano and guitar. Diagnosed with Gilles de la tourette syndrome, he now is famous for playing the piano in the Tourette band. Besides Yesshows Lex plays in Genesis Project, Mangrove and his solo project Deflexion.
Martin was born in 1962. At age of 12 he was enthusiastic about the sound of the Rickenbacker bass and Moog Synthesizers. As an autodidact he started to play the music of Yes, ELP, Rush and Genesis. Now he plays the Chris Squire limited edtion of the Rickenbacker 4001 and the Moog taurus 1 bass pedals.