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The seventy-sixth episode of the Yes Music Podcast featuring an interview with Tom Brislin who played keyboards on the Symphonic Tour in 2001.
Listen and learn all about Tom, his time with Yes and his own new solo album. Please contact me and keep the dialogue going via any of the different routes on the right hand side or by leaving a comment below!
- Follow Tom Brislin on Twitter – http://twitter.com/tombrislin
- Tom’s website – http://www.tombrislin.com
- How did Tom get the most important keyboard gig in the world?
- What was working with the band like?
- What’s the story behind why Tom plays Trevor Rabin’s guitar solo in Owner of a Lonely Heart on the keyboard? (Thanks, Ben Craven!)
Feedback for this episode
@yesmusicpodcast @tombrislin That was such a great interview.Thanks Tom.Thanks Kevin.
— Ken Fuller (@AwaKen_Fuller) March 15, 2013
@sharman62 @yesmusicpodcast thanks! I had fun too.
— Tom Brislin (@TomBrislin) March 17, 2013
@yesmusicpodcast @tombrislin Great interview! Loved every minute of it. #inspired #progrock
— m.j. murphy (@mjmurphy61) March 19, 2013
@yesmusicpodcast Great podcast! I only realised, too late, that @tombrislin also played in The Syn, post Banks and Squire.
— Ben Craven (@CravenBen) March 20, 2013
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