14/6/49 drums. Since '72 in Yes.
After the dissolution of Yes begin '81, Alan and Chris Squire almost formed a band with Jimmy Page - to have been called XYZ. But instead they teamed up with Trevor Rabin. They all reverted to Yes when Jon Anderson and Tony Kaye re-joined ('83).
Made a solo album called Ramshackled in 1975.
His latest musical project is the group White ('06), a brand-new vehicle for cutting-edge, progressive modern music
performed with a world-class band.
Kevin Currie provides soulful, touching lyrics delivered with the gravitas of Peter Gabriel and Don Henley;
Steve Boyce holds down the bottom end with a dance-inducing groove and soaring vocal support;
Karl Haug truly is a master guitarist, equally comfortable on delicate acoustic, driving electric and searing electric
Geoff Downes, founding member of the Buggles & Asia (as well as time in Yes ), ties the resulting soundscape
together with punchy Hammond organ work, exhilarating orchestrations, and scorching solos.
Steeped in sonic variety, White evokes an emotional response from its audience certain to build a strong word-of-mouth
buzz.... according to Alan's website.
CIRCA ( a new project (2007):
BILLY SHERWOOD- Lead Vocals & Basses
TONY KAYE- Hammond & Keyboards
ALAN WHITE- Drums, Percussion & Vocals
JIMMY HAUN- Electric & Acoustic Guitars & Vocals
Have a look at their my space page:
The Downbeats later The Bluechips ('64 - '66),
The Gamblers ('66),
Happy Magazine ('67 - '68),
The Alan Price Set ('67 - '68),
The Paul Williams Set ('68),
Griffin (1969) Johnny Almond's Music Machine (mid - late '69),
The Plastic Ono Band/ John Lennon,('69-71; Imagine / Shaved Fish & live),
Ginger Bakers Airforce,
Denny Laine and the Balls ('71- 72),
Terry Reid ('72)(The Driver; '92),
Claire Hamill (October '72,
George Harrison (All Things Must Pass '72),
Johnny Harris (All To Bring You Morning with Steve Howe, Jon Anderson and Chris Spedding '73),
Yes (7/72 - 12/80 - mid 83 present),
Joe Cocker ('72),
Sky (Don't Hold Back),
Gary Wright ('70/'71/'79),
Rick Wakeman (The Six Wives Of Henry VIII
with Rick Wakeman, Steve Howe, Chris Squire and Bill Bruford),
Steve Howe ('75),
Manfred Mann (Nightingales and Bombers; honorable mention),
Wetton - Manzanera ('87),
Trevor Rabin (Can't Look Away '87 with Bob Ezrin),
The Chris Squire Experiment ('92),
Updated April 2007 by Nick.