Jon Anderson

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Jon Anderson (born John Roy Anderson[1] on 25 October 1944[1]) is an English musician best known as the former lead singer of the progressive rock band Yes.[1] He is also an accomplished solo artist and has collaborated with artists such as the Greek musician Vangelis, among others.

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Biography

Early life and childhood

Jon Anderson was born John Roy Anderson in Accrington, Lancashire, England, to Albert and Kathleen Anderson, who were of Irish ancestry.[1] Anderson dropped the "h" from his first name in 1970.[1]

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