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Voice of Yes postpones show

Former Yes singer Jon Anderson’s Saturday show at Boulder Station has been postponed until Jan. 17.

Station Casinos said laryngitis forced postponement of the solo acoustic show by the 70-year-old singer.

Previously purchased tickets will be honored in January, or they can be refunded at the point of purchase. New tickets are on sale for the new date as well, with prices before taxes and fees ranging from $19 to $45.

Anderson was sideline from Yes in 2008 by severe asthma and a blocked bile duct requiring multiple surgeries. The band replaced him with a younger singer, and Anderson has since played in the Las Vegas area twice as a solo act and last year as a guest star in “Raiding the Rock Vault.”

Contact reporter Mike Weatherford at mweatherford@reviewjournal.com or 702-383-0288.

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