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Legendary prog-rockers Yes, elected into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2017, will kick off their 50th anniversary tour of their album Close to the Edge at the Keswick theater in Glenside, PA on Friday, Oct. 7 and Saturday, Oct. 8.

To honor the legendary performances of Yes, 102.9 WMGK will be playing the songs you know and love, and giving away tickets for these shows at the Keswick.

Yes will play the entirely of Close to the Edge and a selection of their classic cuts from their heyday in the 1970s. The three-track album begins with the 18-minute title track, followed by “And You and I” and Siberian Khatru. The band’s guitarist Steve Howe spoke with Guitar Player magazine in August about the impact of Close to the Edge.

“Concerts come and go, but a record is forever. I think we all had a sense that whatever we did next, it had to feel like some sort of definitive statement. A record like this was destined to be made, and we wanted to be the ones making it.”

Yes drummer Alan White spoke with Andre Gardner about Yes’s progressive style ahead of their show at the Fillmore in 2018. White also shared stories from the incredible winding turns of his music career.

Listen throughout the weekend for your chance to win a pair of tickets to see Yes.

Tickets for both weekend anniversary shows are on sale now.

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