Did you hear the thing about me playing a capsule of an antidepressant on YES AND ALSO YES? It happens to be true. Here’s a video of me holding the little tiny capsule up to a mic and shaking it percussively on some tunes:
Now, the tour curves into the Mighty Midwest, and I’m stoked. The band sounds RIDICULOUSLY tight. I kind of used James Brown’s “Love Power Peace” 1972 live album as a model for this show–it’s like a fully realized, cohesive, propulsive set sequence of songs–like a truck with wings and a rocket engine.
Chicago on Saturday!
Cleveland on Sunday!
Midwesterners have made for fantastic crowds, for me, for a long time, so I have very high hopes for fun-ness. Hope to see you thar.
Signed, Your Man on I-94,
Nov. 11 – Minneapolis, MN (First Avenue) http://bit.ly/yes-minneapolis
Nov. 12 – Chicago, IL (House of Blues) http://bit.ly/yes-chicago
Nov. 13 – Cleveland, OH (Beachland Ballroom) http://bit.ly/yes-cleveland
Nov. 15 – Boston, MA (Paradise Rock Club) http://bit.ly/yes-boston
Nov. 16 – Philadelphia, PA (Theatre of Living Arts) http://bit.ly/yes-philadelphia
Nov. 17 – Washington, DC (9:30 Club) http://bit.ly/yes-washington-dc
Nov. 18 – Brooklyn, NY (Brooklyn Bowl) http://ticketf.ly/doughty-brooklyn-bowl
Nov. 19 – New York, NY (Bowery Ballroom) http://bit.ly/yes-nyc