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The Moody Blues merchamazonview store

Men's Moody Blues Silhouette T-Shirt
$18.57 - $18.99
The Very Best Of The Moody Blues
$7.13
Days Of Future Passed
$11.58
In Search Of The Lost Chord
$13.98
On the Threshold of a Dream
$13.97
This Is
$15.12
Every Good Boy Deserves Favour
$11.43
To Our Children's Children's Children
$13.84
A Question Of Balance
$11.67
Seventh Sojourn
$11.56
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Live Photos of The Moody Blues

The Moody Blues at Las Vegas, NV in Encore Theater at Wynn Las Vegas 2018
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Fan Reviews

Pam
November 21st 2023
Best 60th Birthday!!!
Vienna, VA@
Wolf Trap
Carolynne
June 17th 2020
This tour of “Days of Future Past” was awesome. From the moment the guys took the stage until they left the stage the place was rocking! The performance was great & both Justin & John were in great voice. The whole band was wonderful with one exception- the fact that Ray Thomas was not present due to his passing. We thoroughly enjoy our evening which brought us both back to our
Irving, TX@
The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
April
March 10th 2019
Another AMAZING performance by the Moody Blues.
Murphys, CA@
Ironstone Amphitheatre at Ironstone Vineyards
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About The Moody Blues

The Moody Blues formed in May 1964. Their first gigs were sponsored by Birmingham's M&B brewery and, consequently, the band briefly took the name the MB5, changing it soon after to the Moody Blues.

The band originally featured Denny Laine as lead singer and Clint Warwick on bass guitar, Ray Thomas on Flute, and Graeme Edge on drums. Mike Pinder was the original keyboardist.Go Now made No. 1 in January 1965. However, their subsequent release failed to match this success and Laine and Warwick left the band.

In late 1966, Laine was replaced on lead guitar and vocals by Swindon-born Justin Hayward and Warwick was replaced on bass guitar and vocals by fellow Brummie, John Lodge. Both assumed the roles of main songwriters for the band and it was then that they were transformed from a mainly covers band to a unique combination of classical, symphonic, progressive and psychedelic rock.

Whilst the debut album by the new line-up, 'Days of Future Passed', featured a full orchestra conducted by Peter Knight, subsequent recordings were performed entirely by band members on a wide variety of instruments - including the distinctive sounds of Mike Pinder on the mellotron.

'Days of Future Passed' spawned the singles 'Nights in White Satin' and 'Tuesday Afternoon'.

Between 1967 and 1972, the band released seven multi-million selling studio albums and performed worldwide sell-out tours. After a hiatus of five years, during which most of the members released solo and duo projects (most notably the album 'Blue Jays' and the single 'Blue Guitar' by Justin Hayward and John Lodge in 1975; the album 'Songwriter' and the single 'One Lonely Room' by Justin Hayward in 1977; the album 'Natural Avenue' by John Lodge in 1977; and Justin Hayward's collaboration with Jeff Wayne on the 1978 concept album 'The War of the Worlds' and the singles taken from it, 'Forever Autumn' and 'The Eve of the War'), the band reformed and released the album 'Octave' and the singles 'Stepping in a Slide Zone' and 'Driftwood'. Keyboard player, Mike Pinder, left the band soon after recording of 'Octave' was complete and was replaced by Patrick Moraz, formerly of Yes. The band embarked on a world "comeback" tour that took the best part of a year, culminating in a show at Wembley in November 1979.

There have followed a further seven studio albums, the most recent being 'December' in 2003, along with numerous tours, several popular live albums and DVDs, and contributions to film soundtracks.

Their 1981 album, 'Long Distance Voyager' (the first with Patrick Moraz on keyboards), saw them back at the No. 1 spot. The videos accompanying their 1986 releases 'Your Wildest Dreams' and 'The Other Side of Life' (from the album 'The Other Side of Life') and 1988's 'I Know You're Out There Somewhere' (from the album 'Sur la Mer') introduced the band to a new generation and ensured that their popularity endured beyond their legions of loyal fans from their early days.

Following the departure of Moraz in 1990 and vocalist/flutist Ray Thomas in 2002, the remaining members of the second incarnation - Justin Hayward, John Lodge and Graeme Edge - have continued to tour and record with regular named keyboard players, including Bias Boshell and Paul Bliss, and recent flute accompaniment in the form of the established Norda Mullen.

In April 2006, Justin Hayward took part in the UK live tour of "Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of HG Well's 'The War of the Worlds'", reprising his role as the sung thoughts of the journalist and performing his hits, 'Forever Autumn' and 'The Eve of the War'. The show met with outstanding reviews from audiences and critics alike, and an international tour of the show is currently underway (July 2007).
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Genres:
Classic Rock, Progressive Rock, Rock
Band Members:
SingerSongwriter, Justin Hayward: Guitarist, John Lodge: Bass, VocalistSongwriter, Graeme Edge: Drummer
Hometown:
Birmingham, United Kingdom

No upcoming shows
Send a request to The Moody Blues to play in your city
Request a Show

Live Photos of The Moody Blues

The Moody Blues at Las Vegas, NV in Encore Theater at Wynn Las Vegas 2018
View All Photos

The Moody Blues merchamazonview store

Men's Moody Blues Silhouette T-Shirt
$18.57 - $18.99
The Very Best Of The Moody Blues
$7.13
Days Of Future Passed
$11.58
In Search Of The Lost Chord
$13.98
On the Threshold of a Dream
$13.97
This Is
$15.12
Every Good Boy Deserves Favour
$11.43
To Our Children's Children's Children
$13.84
A Question Of Balance
$11.67
Seventh Sojourn
$11.56
View All

Fan Reviews

Pam
November 21st 2023
Best 60th Birthday!!!
Vienna, VA@
Wolf Trap
Carolynne
June 17th 2020
This tour of “Days of Future Past” was awesome. From the moment the guys took the stage until they left the stage the place was rocking! The performance was great & both Justin & John were in great voice. The whole band was wonderful with one exception- the fact that Ray Thomas was not present due to his passing. We thoroughly enjoy our evening which brought us both back to our
Irving, TX@
The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
April
March 10th 2019
Another AMAZING performance by the Moody Blues.
Murphys, CA@
Ironstone Amphitheatre at Ironstone Vineyards
View More Fan Reviews

About The Moody Blues

The Moody Blues formed in May 1964. Their first gigs were sponsored by Birmingham's M&B brewery and, consequently, the band briefly took the name the MB5, changing it soon after to the Moody Blues.

The band originally featured Denny Laine as lead singer and Clint Warwick on bass guitar, Ray Thomas on Flute, and Graeme Edge on drums. Mike Pinder was the original keyboardist.Go Now made No. 1 in January 1965. However, their subsequent release failed to match this success and Laine and Warwick left the band.

In late 1966, Laine was replaced on lead guitar and vocals by Swindon-born Justin Hayward and Warwick was replaced on bass guitar and vocals by fellow Brummie, John Lodge. Both assumed the roles of main songwriters for the band and it was then that they were transformed from a mainly covers band to a unique combination of classical, symphonic, progressive and psychedelic rock.

Whilst the debut album by the new line-up, 'Days of Future Passed', featured a full orchestra conducted by Peter Knight, subsequent recordings were performed entirely by band members on a wide variety of instruments - including the distinctive sounds of Mike Pinder on the mellotron.

'Days of Future Passed' spawned the singles 'Nights in White Satin' and 'Tuesday Afternoon'.

Between 1967 and 1972, the band released seven multi-million selling studio albums and performed worldwide sell-out tours. After a hiatus of five years, during which most of the members released solo and duo projects (most notably the album 'Blue Jays' and the single 'Blue Guitar' by Justin Hayward and John Lodge in 1975; the album 'Songwriter' and the single 'One Lonely Room' by Justin Hayward in 1977; the album 'Natural Avenue' by John Lodge in 1977; and Justin Hayward's collaboration with Jeff Wayne on the 1978 concept album 'The War of the Worlds' and the singles taken from it, 'Forever Autumn' and 'The Eve of the War'), the band reformed and released the album 'Octave' and the singles 'Stepping in a Slide Zone' and 'Driftwood'. Keyboard player, Mike Pinder, left the band soon after recording of 'Octave' was complete and was replaced by Patrick Moraz, formerly of Yes. The band embarked on a world "comeback" tour that took the best part of a year, culminating in a show at Wembley in November 1979.

There have followed a further seven studio albums, the most recent being 'December' in 2003, along with numerous tours, several popular live albums and DVDs, and contributions to film soundtracks.

Their 1981 album, 'Long Distance Voyager' (the first with Patrick Moraz on keyboards), saw them back at the No. 1 spot. The videos accompanying their 1986 releases 'Your Wildest Dreams' and 'The Other Side of Life' (from the album 'The Other Side of Life') and 1988's 'I Know You're Out There Somewhere' (from the album 'Sur la Mer') introduced the band to a new generation and ensured that their popularity endured beyond their legions of loyal fans from their early days.

Following the departure of Moraz in 1990 and vocalist/flutist Ray Thomas in 2002, the remaining members of the second incarnation - Justin Hayward, John Lodge and Graeme Edge - have continued to tour and record with regular named keyboard players, including Bias Boshell and Paul Bliss, and recent flute accompaniment in the form of the established Norda Mullen.

In April 2006, Justin Hayward took part in the UK live tour of "Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of HG Well's 'The War of the Worlds'", reprising his role as the sung thoughts of the journalist and performing his hits, 'Forever Autumn' and 'The Eve of the War'. The show met with outstanding reviews from audiences and critics alike, and an international tour of the show is currently underway (July 2007).
Show More
Genres:
Classic Rock, Progressive Rock, Rock
Band Members:
SingerSongwriter, Justin Hayward: Guitarist, John Lodge: Bass, VocalistSongwriter, Graeme Edge: Drummer
Hometown:
Birmingham, United Kingdom

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