Yes, Jon Anderson's Musical Adventure Isn't Over

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Summary: <p>Many words can be used to describe singer-songwriter Jon Anderson; cautious is not one of them. Born in England in 1944, he began singing on his brother’s daily route as a milkman before falling head first for rock n’ roll. After meeting bassist Chris Squire in the late 1960s, he joined a rock group called Mabel Greer’s Toy Shop—and the two left to form a band that was later renamed Yes. Now 72, he’s sold more than 50 million albums worldwide. But for the adventurous Anderson—whose rendition of <em>Goldfinger</em> earned him the nickname "The Shirley Bassey of Rock and Roll," it’s still all about the music.</p>