Born in Birmingham,
Alabama, he is a musician and vocalist
who plays rhythm guitar and keyboards, and is the younger brother of the
guitarist/singer Jerry Yester.
He was a former member of the Modern Folk Quartet and joined the
group The Association in 1965 after having been recruited by Jules
Alexander. He received a
Grammy nomination for his music for the film Goodbye Columbus.
He left The Association in 1983 after returning to them in 1979
after their hiatus. In the
1990s he joined his brother in the reunited Lovin' Spoonful, and later
joined up with two other artists to form YBS who call themselves "the
three tenors of rock".
The Association Recordings
Never My Love (Don
& Dick Addrisi)