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Possible Answers: SYN.
Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 8 Apr 2018, Sunday
Random information on the term “SYN”:
The Syn are an English band that were active from 1965 to 1967, and then reunited as a progressive rock band in 2004. The band was founded by Steve Nardelli, Chris Squire, Andrew Pryce Jackman, Martyn Adelman and John Painter. Chris Welch, in his book, Close to the Edge: The Story of Yes wrote, “The Syn were very similar to Yes in fact. It was very much a precursor of Yes.”
The roots of The Syn are in an earlier north London R&B band called High Court including Steve Nardelli on guitar and his school friend George Arzimanow on vocals. The band evolved over time and, in 1965, with Nardelli now handling lead vocals and John Painter on guitar, they changed their name to The Syn.
Shortly after, however, The Syn merged with another local band, The Selfs, so Nardelli and Painter were joined by Chris Squire (bass), Andrew Jackman (keys) and Martyn Adelman (drums). The band’s first gig, at Nardelli’s school, Kingsbury County Grammar School, included covers of “Heat Wave” and The Marvelettes’ “I’ll Keep On Holding On”. Paul Korda produced his composition “Merry-go-round” as a demonstration record for the band.