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British prog rockers Yes going for three next year

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Pioneering progressive-rock act Yes is bringing its mammoth triple-header live show to the Pantages Playhouse on March 26.

The iconic British band will be performing three of its classic albums -- 1971's The Yes Album, 1972's Close to the Edge and 1977's Going for the One -- in their entirety. The quintet features original bassist Chris Squire and longtime members Steve Howe (guitar) and Alan White (drums) along with keyboardist Geoff Downes and vocalist/guitarist Jon Davison.

Tickets go on sale Monday for $45-$85 at Ticketmaster.

 

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The Winnipeg Folk Festival is bringing fest faves the Head and the Heart back to the 'Peg in the spring. The Seattle indie-folk outfit plays the Burton Cummings Theatre on April 7. Tickets go on sale Friday for $30 to $34.50 at Ticketmaster.

The Head and the Heart is touring in support of its recently released sophomore album, Let's Be Still. Opening the evening is Toronto singer-songwriter Basia Bulat, who is also supporting an acclaimed new album, Tall Tall Shadow.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition December 11, 2013 C2

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