Yes' Trevor Rabin on Rock Hall Induction: 'Timing Couldn't Be More Eerie'
If the only thing guitarist Trevor Rabin did with his life was write "Owner of a Lonely Heart," he'd go down in rock history as the man who brought Yes back from the dead in 1983 and launched a whole new era of their career. But after spending a decade in the group, he switched gears in the mid-1990s and began scoring
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