Tony Kaye was a founding member of the legendary progressive rock group Yes, playing with the group on its first three albums including its breakthrough, 'The Yes Album'. After his departure from Yes, Kaye played with groups such as Flash and Badger before joining Badfinger. In the early Eighties Kaye re-joined Yes in a revamped lineup for '90125', its most commercially successful album, which featured the #1 hit "Owner of a Lonely Heart". He played with the band subsequently through the Eighties and into the Nineties before again departing. In more recent years Kaye has performed in a band called Circa, and now he has formed a new group called Yoso with Billy Sherwood and former Toto singer Bobby Kimball. Tony Kaye joins us to talk about Yoso, his long career, and take some listener calls!
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