As a member of one of the great progressive rock bands Yes, Steve Howe enjoyed great success and at the age of 66 he’s still loving life in the industry.
The famous guitarist is arriving in Berwick tomorrow night as part of the Steve Howe Trio, which also features Ross Stanley on organ and bass and son Dylan on drums.
Steve is still very much in the Yes fold, with the band set to grace the Royal Albert Hall next year, but he said it was key for a musicians longevity to experiment with different types of music and share the stage with a variety of musicians.
“No act can ever stay absolutely static; we realised that with Yes; a large following is always enough.
“I immensely enjoy putting a different spin on some of the older tracks from my career.
Music has the ability to move forward and be re-interpreted; I recorded a Bach song for my last solo album.
“My own music can make those jumps and it’s great to perform with my son. Rather than hinder it, I’d say that being in the band has made our father and son bond even stronger.”