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  1. Anthony John Selvidge (born 11 January 1945), known professionally as Tony Kaye, is an English keyboardist, best known as a founding member of the progressive rock band Yes. Born into a musical family, Kaye was classically trained and intended to become a concert pianist before he developed an interest in jazz and contemporary rock and pop music.

  2. Anthony John Selvidge, más conocido por su nombre artístico Tony Kaye, es un tecladista británico, famoso principalmente por su participación en el grupo Yes. Kaye fue el tecladista original de Yes, entre los años 1968 y 1971, y posteriormente participó en la banda entre los años 1983 y 1995. Luego de su partida de Yes en 1971, colaboró con el proyecto del exguitarrista de Yes, Peter Banks, Flash, para luego formar su propia banda, llamada Badger. Frecuentemente toca con ...

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  3. Anthony John Selvidge (born 11 January 1945), known professionally as Tony Kaye, is an English keyboardist, best known as a founding member of the progressive rock band Yes. Born into a musical family, Kaye was classically trained and intended to become a concert pianist before he developed an interest in jazz and contemporary rock and pop music.

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    • Career
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    Kaye was born on 11 Jan­u­ary 1945 in Leices­ter to Winifred and Norman.He grew up in a work­ing-class fam­ily in north Lon­don, with four brothers. His grand­mother was a con­cert pi­anist and his grand­fa­ther a jazz sax­o­phon­ist; upon her death she left Kaye her grand piano which he played on when he was little. At age four, Kaye began for­mal...

    1963–1968: Early bands

    By the early 1960s, Kaye had aban­doned his clas­si­cal back­ground in favour of pop and rock music. He had moved to Lon­don, and vis­ited The Mar­quee club to watch bands play, in­clud­ing key­boardist Gra­ham Bond whose style be­came a strong influence. Kaye had ac­quired a Vox Con­ti­nen­tal, a tran­sis­tor-based combo organ, while in the big band and until see­ing Bond, had played it "like a piano". Kaye landed a po­si­tion in The Fed­er­als through an ad­ver­tise­ment in Melody Maker and...

    1968–1971: Yes

    In 1968, Kaye was in­vited to at­tend re­hearsals with mem­bers of Mabel Greer's Toyshop, a Lon­don-based psy­che­delic rock band who were form­ing a new, full-time group. He was ap­proached by bassist Chris Squire after singer Jon An­der­son had met Kaye some time be­fore and sug­gested him. After a suc­cess­ful au­di­tion, they re­named them­selves Yes and began tour­ing na­tion­wide from Au­gust 1968. By the end of the year, the band had earned enough money to pur­chase a Ham­mond organ fo...

    1971–1982: Flash, Badger, Detective, and Badfinger

    Kaye joined sev­eral groups for the re­main­der of the decade. He played on the self-ti­tled debut album by Flash, a band founded by ex-Yes gui­tarist Peter Banks but de­clined their offer to be­come a full-time mem­ber. Kaye then formed Bad­ger with bassist David Fos­ter, a friend of Jon An­der­son's who also co-wrote some early Yes songs. They re­leased One Live Badger (1973), recorded in con­cert with Jon An­der­son pro­duc­ing, and White Lady (1974), recorded in New Or­leans with pro­duce...

    Kaye is known for his more sim­ple, more sup­port­ive style of play­ing and avoids long and im­pro­vised solos. Yes bi­og­ra­pher Tim Morse named Kaye a "'gen­tle­man of rock' for his po­lite de­meanour and his dis­tin­guished looks". Long­time Yes pro­ducer and mixer Eddy Of­ford named Kaye as one of the best Ham­mond organists. Gui­tarist Steve H...

    In 1974, Kaye left Eng­land and moved to Los An­ge­les, Cal­i­for­nia. He has not ac­quired Amer­i­can citizenship. In 2011, he stated Sher­man Oaks as his place of residence. In 2019, Kaye re­lo­cated to Sara­sota, Florida. Kaye has tin­ni­tus in his left ear.He was once en­gaged to Squire's step­daugh­ter Car­men, but he later mar­ried ac­tress a...

    Solo

    1. End of Innocence(10 September 2021)

    As band member

    with The Federals 1. "Boot Hill"/"Keep on Dancing with Me" (1963) 2. "Brazil"/"In a Persian Market" (1963) 3. "Marlena"/"Please Believe Me" (1964) 4. "Twilight Time"/"Lost and Alone" (1964) 5. "A Bucketful of Love"/"Leah" (1965) 6. "What I'd Say" (1966) 7. "Dance with a Dolly"/"The Climb" (1967) with Win­ston's Fumbs 1. "Real Crazy Apartment"/"Snow White" – (1967; released on Nuggets II – Original Artyfacts from the British Empire and Beyond 1964–1969(2001)) with Yes-Stu­dio al­bums : 1. Yes(...

    As sideman

    1. Topo D. Bil – "Witchi Tai To" (Charisma, 1969), 7" single; also released as "Witchitaito"; later included on Refugees: A Charisma Records Anthology 1969–1978 (2009) and as a bonus track on the 2007 re-release of the Bonzo Dog Band's Keynsham 2. Bonzo Dog Band – Let's Make Up and Be Friendly(1972) 3. Eddie Harris – E.H. in the U.K. (Atlantic, 1974) – Moog on I Waited For You & Conversations Of Everything And Nothing with Chris Squire, Alan White, Steve Winwood, Albert Lee. 4. Murray Head –...

    Books 1. Matovina, Dan (2000). Without You: The Tragic Story of Badfinger. Frances Glover Books. ISBN 978-0-9657122-2-4. 2. Morse, Tim (1996). Yesstories: "Yes" in Their Own Words. St Martin's Press. ISBN 978-0-312-14453-1. 3. Tobler, John (1992). NME Rock 'N' Roll Years (1st ed.). Reed International Books Ltd. ISBN 978-0-600-57602-0. 4. Welch, Chr...

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Tony_KayeTony Kaye - Wikipedia

    Tony Kaye is the name of: Tony Kaye (musician) (born 1946), keyboardist with the bands Yes, Badger, Detective and Badfinger Tony Kaye (director) (born 1952), director of American History X and Lake of Fire See also [ edit] Tony Kay, footballer Antony Kay, Barnsley footballer This disambiguation page lists articles about people with the same name.

  5. Anthony John Selvidge, dit Tony Kaye, né le 11 janvier 1945 à Leicester, est un claviériste britannique ayant fait partie du groupe Yes à deux reprises, à ses débuts de 1968 à 1971 et lors de la renaissance du groupe de 1983 à 1994 avec le guitariste sud-africain Trevor Rabin.

  6. Anthony John Selvidge (born 11 January 1945), known professionally as Tony Kaye, is an English keyboardist, best known as a founding member of the progressive rock band Yes. Born into a musical family, Kaye was classically trained and intended to become a concert pianist before he developed an interest in jazz and contemporary rock and pop music.