I was a huge fan of Yes at the time of this show and followed closely club and concert announcements. There was absolutely no mention of these two shows at the wiskey in the local papers. I got a call from my brother the afternoon of the show saying that he had happened to drive by the whiskey as Yes were unloading their equipment and had met the band and was calling from Jon Anderson's room at the Hyatt on sunset blvd. I was completely blown away. My brother is Christopher North the founding keyboard player of the best American prog band Ambrosia. I raced up to Hollywood and saw the show both nights. It was great to finally see and hear Yes live. They did two complete sets each night. Most of the songs were from The Yes Album. I also was able to meet the band and the road crew which was the begining of a friendship that would lead to going to some of the recording sessions for Close To The Edge and Tales Of Topographic Oceans, but most importantly it led to one of my best friends, Genaro Rippo, getting a job with Yes and becoming Eddie Offord's personal assistant.