They have lived in many, many incarnations from their formation in the late 1960s to today. But, Yes, one of the pioneers of Progressive Rock still packs a punch over four decades into their career, as evidenced Sunday night at the .
It was the first visit to Morristown for Yes, which currently comprises longtime members Chris Squire (bass), Steve Howe (guitar) and Alan White (drums), as well as keyboardist Geoff Downes and new lead singer Jon Davison, who replaced Benoit David, the singer for the band's long-awaited newest album, 2011's "Fly from Here." That was only the second album in the band's history to not include longtime singer Jon Anderson, who has not been with Yes since 2008.
Yes played a range of tracks, from hit standards like "I've Seen All Good People" and "Starship Trooper," to rarities like their cover of Simon & Garfunkel's "America" and "Tempest Fugit," off 1980's Drama (the other album without Anderson on vocals). They even performed newer material, like the title track from last year's release.
Fellow longtime prog rockers Procol Harum opened for the band.