Former Yes guitarist Trevor Rabin revealed that his collaboration with band co-founder Jon Anderson and keyboardist Rick Wakeman is now in the past. The trio had played a string of critically acclaimed tours as ARW before adopting the Yes moniker for its concert billing. It is definitely over. We had a splendid time and it was a lot of fun, but now it's over. The problem is that we all live in different places around the world, so logistically it's so hard to carry on this on. I was working on several ideas for the proposed album, and I know Rick had a few thoughts of his own for it. The problem was that every time we tried to get into the studio to take them further, we'd get another offer for a tour, and we enjoyed doing these so much that the album kept being put to the back of our minds.
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Yes guitarist Steve Howe says that a Yes reunion is "completely unthinkable," even though singer Jon Anderson is pushing for it. Yes fans have spent the past 15 years hoping that the surviving members of the group will put aside their differences for a reunion tour, but guitarist Steve Howe tells Rolling Stone that that is a very unlikely proposition. To be in a band together or even to do another tour like Union is completely unthinkable.
Credit: Rob Ayling In March, Trevor Rabin released a CD box set called Changes that delved deeply into his solo career, and now the ex- Yes guitarist says he's focusing on a new collection of original solo material. Rabin tells ABC Audio that he's been working on the new album, a follow-up to 's mostly instrumental Jacaranda , for several years. He notes that he was halfway done with it when he got sidetracked putting together the box set, as well as taking part in multiple tours with the Yes Featuring Anderson, Rabin and Wakeman project in , and