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Founded in Los Angeles, California, USA in 2016

YYNOT is guitar/songwriter/producer Billy ALEXANDER (John WHITE, FEEL, RON BLAIR, TOM PETTY) and bassist Tim STARACE. The two dis some videos online of Rush classics that have reached 2 million views. If the band is known for playing covers of Rush catalog, they have released original material of hard rock/progressive music with a self-titled album in June 2018. This album is heavily Rush influenced "2112" period.

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3.87 | 4 ratings

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3.87 | 4 ratings

YYNOT Heavy Prog

Review by rdtprog
Special Collaborator RPI / Symphonic Prog Team

4 stars Here's the closest Rush inspired band you can find, after that it's David Barrett Trio. It's no stranger that this band is a Rush tribute band because the overall sound is very similar to our Canadian band. The main composer and guitar player Billy Alexander is an experienced musician that has worked with others band in the past. The vocal duty is taken by a female vocalist which goes very well with the music. If the musicianship is of a high quality including some impressive drumming of Joel Stevenett, you can't expect the songwriting to be in the same level of Rush. Some will be put off and others will love the plagiarism of "Kingdome Come" with the album "2112" especially with that almost same Alex Lifeson guitar solo. So every instrument bass/drums/guitar is sounding almost like the Canadian band, and it will be interesting if they stay on the same path for the next release. If they can write some epic song in the future, I will be very happy! I think it's a good hard rock Progressive Rock album that I will give a high rating because I can't get enough Rush.
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