19793Re: [ProgAndOther] Re: Yes Confirms 35th Anniversary Tour
- Feb 2, 2004In a message dated 2/2/2004 5:53:21 AM Eastern Standard Time, kdude420@... writes:
> A lot of famous people went to Interlochen actually, like Mike WallaceYes, Interlochen has produced many many great artists over the years.
> from 60 Minutes (even though he's forever old lol) & actress Meredith
> Baxter. I can't think of any more off hand but there have been others.<<
>> You have to audition to goThey have a lot of rock now, albiet of the more gentile variety (no metal, rap or grunge). They also do country and blues as well.
> there. That would have been SO amazing to see Yes at Interlochen! Interlochen kind of discouraged rock 'n' roll when I went
> there. They figured you got enough exposure to that already when you
> weren't there. Then they started getting some rock bands after I went
>>es wasIt was good, but I have seen them when they were better IMO. The Union tour is still the highlight of the 9 times I have seen Yes.
> 'cause they actually toured with a symphony three years ago. (one of
> their best tours ever!)<<
>>Detroit is only about three & a half, four hoursYes, Alstate Arena is the old Rosemont.
> from here. Grand Rapids sounds about as far from here as Chicago.
> Chicago is the second closest they're playing to here. They're playing
> All State Arena which I THINK is the old Rosemont Horizon,
> if so, I saw
> Pink Floyd there about sixteen years ago.<<
(NP - Tab Benoit - The Sea Saint Sessions)
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