Steve Howe

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About Steve Howe

After stints in the R&B band the Syndicats and psychedelic rockers Tomorrow, Steve Howe replaced Peter Banks in Yes in March 1970. His adventurous playing -- drawing on his love of jazz, ragtime, and rock & roll -- was perfectly suited to their elaborately arranged, quasi-symphonic epics. When Yes temporarily folded in 1981, Howe helped form Asia, a supergroup that proved remarkably successful, particularly in America, where their debut Asia was number one for nine weeks and "Heat of the Moment" stormed the Top Ten. Alongside numerous solo albums and side projects including GTR, Howe has performed and recorded with his sons, first Dylan and Ross Stanley as the Steve Howe Trio and later Virgil for the 2017 album Nexus, released after Virgil's death that year. Following the 2020 solo release Love Is, Howe completed Lunar Mist, a second duo album with his late son, out of previously unreleased material.

London, England
April 8, 1947
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