Yes plot tour with summer tour with new singer

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Yes have revealed plans to return the road this summer. The London-based progressive rock veterans will cross the pond for a stateside tour featuring new lead singer Jon Davison. Joined by special guests Procol Harum, Yes will will perform at Boston’s Bank of America Pavilion on Saturday, July 21. Tickets for the show, which range in price from $20 to $65, are now on sale through Live Nation.

Davison replaces Benoit David, who has left the band due to a respiratory illness. Like David, who had replaced original frontman Jon Anderson in 2008, Davison was discovered via YouTube as the singer for a Yes tribute band.

Yes continue to tour in support of their most recent album, 2011’s Fly from Here. Released last June, the band’s 20th studio effort is their first since 2001’s Magnification. The album takes its name from its main track, “Fly from Here”, a 25-minute song split up into six parts.

Procol Harum’s last offering of all new material was 2003’s The Well’s on Fire.

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