THE 1st time they had ben to N.O.La ever sice I can Remember .My frend cryed when Hearts was payed.Thanks for comming back!!!!
New Orleans Times-Picayune August 5, 1994
Yes, this is the band that refuses to die, despite countless personnel changes and a new, grungey musical hierarchy that casts aspersions on sweeping, majestic (some would say pompous) prog-rock. Jon, Trevor, Tony, Chris and Alan--the team responsible for 90125, the most successful disc in the Yes catalog--reconvened for the new Talk album and current concert trek, which stops at the Lakefront Arena tonight. Young disciples of grunge may have little use for Yes opuses like Heart of the Sunrise, but as long as someone wants to see lasers light up an arena, Yes will have a reason for being.