On Sunday, October 2, 2022, members of YES and WHITE will come together at the Paramount Theater in Seattle, Washington to celebrate the musical life of legendary drummer, Alan White. The bands will be joined by special guests and will play selections from Alanís seven-decade career, including music from John Lennon and George Harrison, YES, and more! Hosted by Alanís longtime friend, Bob Rivers, proceeds the show will benefit WhyHunger.
The set included: "Machine Messiah" ('White'), "Owner of a Lonely Heart" ('White', T. Rabin, R. Rabin), "Changes" ('White', T. Rabin), "Mighty Love" ('White', Schellen), "In the Presence of" ('White'), "Gimme Some Lovin'" (Davison, Perdomo), "Spring - Song of Innocence" (Davison, Perdomo), "Whitefish" (Sherwood, Schellen), "Ritual" excerpt, "Soon" (Davison, Rudess), "To Ascend" (Davison, Downes, Perdomo, choir), "I've Seen All Good People" (Downes, Davison, Sherwood, Schellen, Haug), "Wonderous Stories" (Downes, Davison, Sherwood, Schellen, Perdomo), "Roundabout" (Downes, Davison, Sherwood, Schellen, Perdomo, Haug), "Power to the People" ('White Sox'), "Blue Suede Shoes" ('White Sox', Soto), "Give Me Money", "Jealous Guy", "Stand by Me", "My Sweet Lord", "Instant Karma" (Fisher, Derosier, Fossen et al.), "Imagine" (Davison, Rudess, Schellen, T. Rabin, Downes, Boyce, Sherwood), "All Things Must Pass" ('White').
The show also included videos, including performances of "Turn of the Century" from Steve Howe and from Jon Anderson, and "And You and I" from Rick Wakeman.