Musical artists similar to or like Jon Anderson

English-American singer and songwriter best known as the former lead singer of the progressive rock band Yes, which he formed in 1968 with bassist Chris Squire. Wikipedia

  • The discography of English-born singer-songwriter and musician Jon Anderson. Notes: Wikipedia

  • Yes (band)

    English progressive rock band formed in London in 1968 by singer Jon Anderson, bassist Chris Squire, guitarist Peter Banks, keyboardist Tony Kaye, and drummer Bill Bruford. The band has undergone numerous formations throughout its history; nineteen musicians have been full-time members. Wikipedia

  • Chris Squire

    English musician, singer and songwriter best known as the bassist, backing vocalist and a founding member of the progressive rock band Yes. The longest-serving original member, having remained in the band until his death and appearing on every studio album released from 1969 to 2014. Wikipedia

  • Steve Howe

    English musician, songwriter and producer, best known as the guitarist in the progressive rock band Yes across three stints since 1970. Interest in the guitar and began to learn the instrument himself at age 12. Wikipedia

  • Rick Wakeman

    English keyboardist, songwriter, producer, television and radio presenter, actor and author. Best known for being in the progressive rock band Yes across five tenures between 1971 and 2004 and for his solo albums released in the 1970s. Wikipedia

  • Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe

    Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe were a progressive rock band active from 1988 to 1990 that comprised four past members of the English progressive rock band Yes. Singer Jon Anderson left Yes as he felt increasingly constrained by their commercial and pop-oriented direction in the 1980s. Wikipedia

  • Progressive rock band founded by Chris Squire (then bassist in Yes) and Billy Sherwood (formerly and subsequently of Yes). The band released two albums: Conspiracy (2000) and The Unknown (2003), and a live DVD (2006). Wikipedia

  • Alan White (Yes drummer)

    English drummer and songwriter best known for his tenure in the progressive rock band Yes, which he joined in 1972. In 1969, he joined the Plastic Ono Band after John Lennon invited him to play at the Toronto Rock and Roll Revival festival. Wikipedia

  • Trevor Rabin

    South African musician, singer-songwriter, producer, and film composer. Early age and became a session musician, playing and producing with a variety of artists. Wikipedia

  • Bill Bruford

    English retired drummer, composer, producer, record label owner and musicologist who first gained prominence as a founding member of the progressive rock band Yes. After his departure from Yes, Bruford spent the rest of the 1970s playing in King Crimson (1972-1974) and touring with Genesis (1976) and U.K. (1978). Wikipedia

  • Yes Featuring Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin, Rick Wakeman

    Offshoot of the band. The three had previously worked together in Yes for the 1991–1992 Union Tour. Wikipedia

  • Olias of Sunhillow

    First studio album by English singer-songwriter and musician Jon Anderson, released in July 1976 on Atlantic Records. Concept album which tells the story of an alien race and their journey to a new world following a volcanic catastrophe on their home planet. Wikipedia

  • Steve Hackett

    English musician, songwriter, singer, and producer who gained prominence as the lead guitarist of the progressive rock band Genesis from 1971 to 1977. Hackett contributed to six Genesis studio albums, three live albums, seven singles and one EP before he left to pursue a solo career. Wikipedia

  • List of Yes band members

    The following list details musicians who have been and are members of the English progressive rock band Yes since its formation in 1968. Split up between 1981 and 1983. Wikipedia

  • Fish Out of Water (Chris Squire album)

    Debut studio album by English bassist and songwriter Chris Squire, released in November 1975 by Atlantic Records. Recorded during a period in which each band member of Yes had taken down time to produce a solo album. Wikipedia

  • Timeline of artists, albums, and events in progressive rock and its subgenres. This article contains the timeline for the period 1990 - 1999. Wikipedia

  • John Wetton

    English singer, bassist, guitarist, and songwriter. Born in Willington, Derbyshire, and grew up in Bournemouth, Dorset. Wikipedia

  • Patrick Moraz

    Swiss musician, film composer and songwriter best known for his tenures as keyboardist in the rock bands Yes and The Moody Blues. Born into a musical family, Moraz learned music at a young age and studied at the Lausanne Conservatory. Wikipedia

  • Renaissance (band)

    English progressive rock band, best known for their 1978 UK top 10 hit "Northern Lights" and progressive rock classics like "Carpet of the Sun", "Mother Russia", and "Ashes Are Burning". They developed a unique sound, combining a female lead vocal with a fusion of classical, folk, rock, and jazz influences. Wikipedia

  • Roger Hodgson

    English musician, singer and songwriter, best known as the former co-frontman and founding member of progressive rock band Supertramp. Hodgson composed and sang the majority of the band’s hits such as "Dreamer", "Give a Little Bit", "Take the Long Way Home", "The Logical Song", "It's Raining Again", and "Breakfast in America". Wikipedia

  • It Bites

    English progressive rock and pop fusion band, formed in Egremont, Cumbria, England, in 1982 and best known for their 1986 single "Calling All the Heroes", which gained them a Top 10 UK Singles Chart hit. Initially fronted by Francis Dunnery, the band split in 1990, eventually returning in 2006 with new frontman John Mitchell. Wikipedia

  • Trey Anastasio

    American guitarist, singer, songwriter, and composer best known as the lead vocalist of the rock band Phish, which he co-founded in 1983. Credited by name as composer of 152 Phish original songs, 141 of them as a solo credit, in addition to 41 credits attributed to the band as a whole. Wikipedia

  • The Flower Kings

    The Flower Kings are a Swedish progressive rock band formed in 1994 by guitarist and singer-songwriter Roine Stolt. The group began as Stolt's touring band to support his third solo album The Flower King. Wikipedia

  • King Crimson

    English progressive rock band formed in London in 1968. They have exerted a strong influence both on the early 1970s progressive rock movement and on more recent rock and experimental artists. Wikipedia

  • Jon Davison

    American singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist musician, who has been the lead vocalist of progressive rock band Yes since 2012. Also known as the former lead singer of progressive rock band Glass Hammer from 2009 to 2014, and the former bass guitarist of Sky Cries Mary from 1993 to 2016, in which he was credited under his nickname of "Juano" Davison. Wikipedia

  • Phil Collins

    English drummer, singer, songwriter, and record producer, best known as the drummer/singer of the rock band Genesis and for his solo career. Between 1982 and 1990, Collins scored three UK and seven US number-one singles in his solo career. Wikipedia

  • Animation (Jon Anderson album)

    Third solo album by Jon Anderson, a founder-member and former lead singer of Yes. Released in 1982. Wikipedia

  • Freddie Mercury

    British singer, songwriter, record producer, and lead vocalist of the rock band Queen. Known for his flamboyant stage persona and four-octave vocal range. Wikipedia

  • Rush (band)

    Canadian rock band formed in Toronto in 1968, consisting of Geddy Lee , Alex Lifeson (guitars, composer), and Neil Peart (drums, percussion, lyricist). After its formation in 1968, the band went through several configurations before arriving at its classic lineup with the addition of Peart in 1974, just after the release of their eponymous debut album, which contained their first highly-regarded song, "Working Man". Wikipedia

  • Keys to Ascension 2

    Fifth live and sixteenth studio album by the English progressive rock band Yes. Released as a double album in November 1997 by Essential Records as the successor to the previous live/studio album Keys to Ascension. Wikipedia


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  • Barrie introduced Squire to singer Jon Anderson, a worker at the bar in La Chasse, who found they shared interests in Simon & Garfunkel and harmony singing.Yes (band)-Wikipedia
  • Pevar has a solo record, From the Core, which was improvised and recorded in the Oregon Caves and features the vocalist from Yes, Jon Anderson.David Crosby-Wikipedia
  • He would release a series of electronic albums for RCA until 1979; the first, Heaven and Hell, features the English Chamber Choir and Yes singer Jon Anderson.Vangelis-Wikipedia
  • Jon Anderson of Yes was also brought in to sing the first part of the album's title track, "Prince Rupert Awakes", which Fripp and Sinfield considered to be outside Haskell's range and style.King Crimson-Wikipedia
  • In January 2016, Trevor Rabin announced he planned to perform with Wakeman and Jon Anderson as Anderson, Rabin and Wakeman (ARW), later in the year.Rick Wakeman-Wikipedia
  • According to Jon Anderson, "They took the riff and made it funky for 'Billie Jean' ... So that's kinda cool, that cross-pollination in music."Billie Jean-Wikipedia

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