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John Lodge at Thousand Oaks, CA in Fred Kavli Theatre - Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza 2023
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Fan Reviews

David
August 3rd 2023
John remains enthusiastic through his l-o-n-g career! Thanks for bringing me such tremendous musical joy for decades. The cellist was awesome. Well, the whole band is awesome. Would really like to have had a real flute and not a synthesized version. Now if we could get Justin, Mike, & Denny on stage with John Lodge at the same time in my lifetime... Can't find a better venue for Any concert than Wildey Theater in Edwardsville, MO
Edwardsville, IL@
Wildey Theatre
Debra
July 31st 2023
Wonderful show. Lodge is in fine voice and has all the energy he needs to rock out. (He's 78, but you wouldn't know it.) It was nice to have Graeme Edge's voice doing spoken word parts from Nights in White Satin, and the tribute to Ray Thomas was appreciated. John's stories were a perfect addition to the song choices. I was pleased to hear Saved by the Music from Blue Jays, the record he made with Justin Hayward in 1975. I saw the Moodies in 2018, just before Graeme passed. I understand why Justin doesn't want to tour as the Moody Blues with only two left, but from a fan's POV, nobody else sounds right singing Tuesday Afternoon and Nights in White Satin. Not even Jon Davison (currently singing Jon Anderson's parts in Yes). Missed having a flautist, too. But I would go again. The Moody Blues have a special place in my heart. My gateway drug to prog rock, and it never got indulgent. The Kavli Theater is a lovely small venue with excellent acoustics, even in the balcony. I'll be back to see Tower of Power (current lineup) this fall.
Thousand Oaks, CA@
Fred Kavli Theatre - Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza
John
July 30th 2023
It was a great show. Also the sound was excellent. Would go to this theatre again thou it’s a 2 hour drive each way.
Thousand Oaks, CA@
Fred Kavli Theatre - Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza
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About John Lodge

John Lodge, legendary bass player, songwriter and vocalist of The Moody Blues, and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, will be back on tour in February and March 2024 in the USA! Following the critically acclaimed and sold out shows this year, John is continuing in his celebration of ‘The Moody Blues’ music, and the iconic album ‘Days of Future Passed’.

‘Performs Days of Future Passed’ encompasses a first set of electric Moodies classics featuring all the fan favourites such as ‘Isn’t Life Strange’, ‘Legend of a Mind’, ‘I’m Just a Singer (in a Rock and Roll Band)’, ‘Ride my See-Saw’, and so much more. The second set will see John and his band perform the iconic album ‘Days of Future Passed’ in its entirety, and in full symphonic sound. There are exciting changes from the original show, with new classic songs and deep cuts, enhanced video and dazzling lighting, all coming together to make a very special evening of great music and Moodies memories…. Come take a journey back in time with John and his 10,000 Light Years Band as they create audio alchemy for your listening and visual pleasure!

As Beneath a Desert Sky said, 'a must see show if you love classic progressive rock music or The Moody Blues music'

The show also features a special video and recording by Graeme Edge of his poems ‘Morning Glory’ and ‘Late Lament’. Jon Davison of YES also joins John on stage to perform the classic songs, “Nights in White Satin” and ‘Tuesday Afternoon’.

‘Days of Future Passed’ was released 56 years ago, and was arguably the start of progressive rock. These songs began the long standing cross-over between rock and classical music, and the Moody Blues shows were always known for recreating this incredible sound, and for the wonderful atmosphere.
John has surrounded himself with a band that are equally passionate, who put simply, love performing together, and who appreciate and respect the legacy of the music.

The electrifying show will also be in support of John’s album ‘Days of Future Passed – My Sojourn’, available now on CD and all streaming services, with a limited edition 180g Red Gold vinyl album available from Nov 24th.

https://slinky.to/DaysOfFuturePassed

Watch John’s video for Peak Hour from the album
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r37cPogF23U

Joining John on stage is his ‘10,000 Light Years Band’, long term collaborator Alan Hewitt (Music Director and Keyboards) and Billy Ashbaugh (Drums) from the Moody Blues touring band, together with Duffy King (Guitars) and Jason Charboneau (Cello). Jon Davison of YES will also be joining him for his special renditions of ‘Nights in White Satin’ and ‘Tuesday Afternoon’, plus the magical voice of Graeme Edge.
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Genres:
Progressive Rock, Classic Rock, Pyschedelic Rock

No upcoming shows in your city
Send a request to John Lodge to play in your city
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Live Photos of John Lodge

John Lodge at Thousand Oaks, CA in Fred Kavli Theatre - Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza 2023
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John Lodge's tour

Fan Reviews

David
August 3rd 2023
John remains enthusiastic through his l-o-n-g career! Thanks for bringing me such tremendous musical joy for decades. The cellist was awesome. Well, the whole band is awesome. Would really like to have had a real flute and not a synthesized version. Now if we could get Justin, Mike, & Denny on stage with John Lodge at the same time in my lifetime... Can't find a better venue for Any concert than Wildey Theater in Edwardsville, MO
Edwardsville, IL@
Wildey Theatre
Debra
July 31st 2023
Wonderful show. Lodge is in fine voice and has all the energy he needs to rock out. (He's 78, but you wouldn't know it.) It was nice to have Graeme Edge's voice doing spoken word parts from Nights in White Satin, and the tribute to Ray Thomas was appreciated. John's stories were a perfect addition to the song choices. I was pleased to hear Saved by the Music from Blue Jays, the record he made with Justin Hayward in 1975. I saw the Moodies in 2018, just before Graeme passed. I understand why Justin doesn't want to tour as the Moody Blues with only two left, but from a fan's POV, nobody else sounds right singing Tuesday Afternoon and Nights in White Satin. Not even Jon Davison (currently singing Jon Anderson's parts in Yes). Missed having a flautist, too. But I would go again. The Moody Blues have a special place in my heart. My gateway drug to prog rock, and it never got indulgent. The Kavli Theater is a lovely small venue with excellent acoustics, even in the balcony. I'll be back to see Tower of Power (current lineup) this fall.
Thousand Oaks, CA@
Fred Kavli Theatre - Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza
John
July 30th 2023
It was a great show. Also the sound was excellent. Would go to this theatre again thou it’s a 2 hour drive each way.
Thousand Oaks, CA@
Fred Kavli Theatre - Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza
View More Fan Reviews

About John Lodge

John Lodge, legendary bass player, songwriter and vocalist of The Moody Blues, and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, will be back on tour in February and March 2024 in the USA! Following the critically acclaimed and sold out shows this year, John is continuing in his celebration of ‘The Moody Blues’ music, and the iconic album ‘Days of Future Passed’.

‘Performs Days of Future Passed’ encompasses a first set of electric Moodies classics featuring all the fan favourites such as ‘Isn’t Life Strange’, ‘Legend of a Mind’, ‘I’m Just a Singer (in a Rock and Roll Band)’, ‘Ride my See-Saw’, and so much more. The second set will see John and his band perform the iconic album ‘Days of Future Passed’ in its entirety, and in full symphonic sound. There are exciting changes from the original show, with new classic songs and deep cuts, enhanced video and dazzling lighting, all coming together to make a very special evening of great music and Moodies memories…. Come take a journey back in time with John and his 10,000 Light Years Band as they create audio alchemy for your listening and visual pleasure!

As Beneath a Desert Sky said, 'a must see show if you love classic progressive rock music or The Moody Blues music'

The show also features a special video and recording by Graeme Edge of his poems ‘Morning Glory’ and ‘Late Lament’. Jon Davison of YES also joins John on stage to perform the classic songs, “Nights in White Satin” and ‘Tuesday Afternoon’.

‘Days of Future Passed’ was released 56 years ago, and was arguably the start of progressive rock. These songs began the long standing cross-over between rock and classical music, and the Moody Blues shows were always known for recreating this incredible sound, and for the wonderful atmosphere.
John has surrounded himself with a band that are equally passionate, who put simply, love performing together, and who appreciate and respect the legacy of the music.

The electrifying show will also be in support of John’s album ‘Days of Future Passed – My Sojourn’, available now on CD and all streaming services, with a limited edition 180g Red Gold vinyl album available from Nov 24th.

https://slinky.to/DaysOfFuturePassed

Watch John’s video for Peak Hour from the album
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r37cPogF23U

Joining John on stage is his ‘10,000 Light Years Band’, long term collaborator Alan Hewitt (Music Director and Keyboards) and Billy Ashbaugh (Drums) from the Moody Blues touring band, together with Duffy King (Guitars) and Jason Charboneau (Cello). Jon Davison of YES will also be joining him for his special renditions of ‘Nights in White Satin’ and ‘Tuesday Afternoon’, plus the magical voice of Graeme Edge.
Show More
Genres:
Progressive Rock, Classic Rock, Pyschedelic Rock

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