Steve Howe (musician) Birthday, Date of Birth

Steve Howe (musician)

Stephen James Howe (born 8 April 1947) is an English musician, songwriter and producer, best known as the guitarist in the progressive rock band Yes across three stints since 1970. Born in Holloway, North London, Howe developed an interest in the guitar and began to learn the instrument himself at age 12. He embarked on a music career in 1964, first playing in several London-based blues, covers, and psychedelic rock bands for six years, including the Syndicats, Tomorrow, and Bodast.

Upon joining Yes in 1970, Howe helped to change the band's musical direction, leading to more commercial and critical success. Many of their best-known songs were co-written by Howe, who remained with the band until they briefly disbanded in 1981. Howe returned to the group in 1990 for two years and has remained a full-time member since 1995.

Howe achieved further success in the 1980s and beyond as a member of the rock bands Asia, GTR, and Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe. He also has a prolific solo career, releasing 20 solo albums that reached varied levels of success and collaborated with artists such as Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Martin Taylor, and Queen. He continues to perform with Yes, as a member of his jazz group, the Steve Howe Trio, and as a solo act. In April 2017, Howe was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Yes.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Tuesday, April 8, 1947
Place of Birth
London
Age
74
Star Sign

The April 8, 1947 was a Tuesday under the star sign of . It was the 97 day of the year. President of the United States was Harry S. Truman.

If you were born on this day, you are 74 years old. Your last birthday was on the Thursday, April 8, 2021, 4 days ago. Your next birthday is on Friday, April 8, 2022, in 360 days. You have lived for 27,033 days, or about 648,809 hours, or about 38,928,580 minutes, or about seconds.

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8th of April 1947 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on April 8, 1947

TRUSTEE UNIT CURB ON PRESS IS ASKED; Iraq Would Regulate Flow of News--Council Won't Count Abstentions in Voting

Date: 09 April 1947

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News Men Protest Raid

Date: 09 April 1947

Athens newsmen and printers strike in protest

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FOX AND PARAMOUNT JOIN ON 16MM FILMS

Date: 09 April 1947

Forming new 16mm film distribution co

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BROOKLYN COLLEGE TOPS FORDHAM, 14-8

Date: 09 April 1947

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STRIKE'S EFFECTS FELT IN SUBURBS; With Dial Phones Operating Near Normal, City Continues to Take Events in Stride BUSINESS HOLDS UP WELL Western Union Traffic Rises 38% Here and 50% in Country Generally

Date: 09 April 1947

Western Union repts business up because of phone strike

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Telephone Strike Discussed; Workers Want Elimination of Industry- Wide Inequities, It Is Stated

Date: 09 April 1947

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U.S. Tells Vienna of Views

Date: 09 April 1947

By ALBION ROSSSpecial to THE NEW YORK TIMES

deputies end confs still deadlocked on major issues; US Mil Govt, Vienna, to inform Austrians on Moscow conf progress; Austrians still hope for completion of treaty in Moscow

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LATE SELLING WAVE PULLS STOCKS DOWN; LATE SELLING WAVE PULLS STOCKS DOWN Prices Break 1 to 3 Points in Broadest Market in Month and 1,020,000 Turnover TICKER LAGS 18 MINUTES Strikes and Price Situation Are Held to Blame--1,032 Issues Traded; 752 Fall, 111 Rise

Date: 09 April 1947

late selling wave breaks prices

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Advertising News and Notes; Will Direct Advertising Of McGraw-Hill Books

Date: 09 April 1947

Meeting plans; E S Thomas named pres

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Statue of Liberty Again Marked by Lipstick; Bobby-Soxers Also Leave Phone Numbers

Date: 09 April 1947

teen-age visitors deface walls and stairs

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