From 1969’s Yes to 1972’s Close to the Edge, Yes challenged King Crimson and Gentle Giant for prog-rock supremacy. Most may know Yes for their fluke, Trevor Horn–produced 1983 hit “Owner of a Lonely Heart,” but the music they created in their first years is a far superior canon of tart, florid melodies and breathtakingly grandiose and complex dynamics . Even with only three peak-era members (vocalist Jon Davison’s replaced Jon Anderson), Yes have enough instrumental virtuosity and stunning songs to thrill. (Tulalip Resort Casino Amphitheatre, 10400 Quil Ceda Blvd, Marysville,, 7 pm, $30–$70, 21+)