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17 April 2020

Available Now: All My Yesterdays

Steve’s long-awaited autobiography, “All My Yesterdays” is now available on Amazon in Kindle and paperback formats.


3 Responses

  1. Mark in Atlanta

    Growing up in oppressive Albany, Georgia (U.S.) in the 1970s, there were generally three pathways of escape for teenagers such as myself: Join the military, fundamentalist Christianity or hard drugs. Two of my best friends took the last route and ended up in prison or dead. I was fortunate to avoid any of those three pathways in part due to my discovery of the music of Yes. After reading the members of the band were vegetarian I became one too. This led me to realize that lifestyle boundaries were not only acceptable, but crucial to being a fulfilled human. In addition, the music and lyrics of Yes offers a vision of hope and change that got me through those difficult years. Forty years later, the oppression, intolerance and hate that characterized much of South Georgia has seemed to spread throughout the world. Yes’ message is needed now more than ever. I will order a copy and look forward to reading this book.

  2. Brien Comerford

    There will never be another Steve Howe. He’s inimitable ! Great karma resonates from his fretboard.

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