Steve Howey Picks The ‘Defining Voice’ Of Yes

Steve Howe

Steve Howey is not an original member of the band, he is the most iconic one. For more than 50 years, the popular band Yes has attracted millions of fans with its captivating vocalist and guitarist. He is a musician popular as a guitarist and backing vocalist. He joined the band in April 1970 as a guitarist. His net worth is around 2 million dollars.

Howe participated in the Guitar Player cast on the 50th anniversary of ‘Tales From Topographic Oceans.’. He explained his fresh take on Tomorrow’s first album, ‘Permanent Dream’.

During the discussion about the band’s latest album, ‘Mirror To The Sky’, Howey was asked whether or not his guitar gives the defining sound for the band Yes. While he confirmed this, he recognized that he is not the only contributor to giving Yes the defining sound. He emphasized that all members contribute equally to the success of the band Yes.

In a conversation with Guitar, Steve Howey said, “Yeah, I guess I’d have to admit that maybe I’ve always believed that, but not any less than Jon Anderson’s voice was an integral part of Yes – at a time, an essential part.”.

Even though he is no longer a member of the band, he decided to keep in touch with the band. He explained, “But I have had this great opportunity to continue that path, if you like, of working out how to develop it. It’s very flattering to consider that, but I won’t dwell on it too much. I just think it’s what I do”.

The band changed many of its members over its career. Although Jon Davison is the current vocalist, Howe favors Anderson as he was the main singer most of the time. He explained that being in Yes is a shared belief and also provided tips on staying positive. Steve Howey even expressed that no one can replace Jon Anderson and Chris Squire.

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