Tickets to Moody Blues's Concert Tour
|Event||Date||City and Venue|
|Moody Blues||Sat. October 22, 2016||
|Moody Blues||Tue. October 25, 2016||
|Moody Blues||Wed. October 26, 2016||
|Moody Blues||Thu. October 27, 2016||
|Moody Blues||Sat. October 29, 2016||
|Moody Blues||Sun. October 30, 2016||
|Moody Blues||Tue. November 1, 2016||
|Moody Blues||Wed. November 2, 2016||
|Moody Blues||Thu. November 3, 2016||
|Moody Blues||Sat. November 5, 2016||
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About Moody Blues
The Moody Blues are one of the biggest bands to come out of the 1960s. They’ve sold more than 55 million records, earned 18 gold and platinum discs, and six of their studio albums have peaked inside the top ten (two went all the way to number one).
While categorized as classic rock, The Moody Blues are known for combining rock with classical music. They took what The Beatles were doing with symphonic instrumentation and ran with it. They experimented greatly with the orchestra often using it as the main catalyst for their music not just as accompaniment.
They’ve also performed live with an orchestra. In fact, The Moody Blues are one of rock’s great live acts (with or without symphonic accompaniment). Even when they’re not releasing albums, they’re selling Moody Blues tickets all over the world.
The Moody Blues’ best known work is their 1967 album Days of Future Passed. The opus contains their best known single, “Nights in White Satin.” Other famous Moody Blues songs include “Tuesday Afternoon,” “Ride My See-Saw,” “Question,” and "I'm Just a Singer (In a Rock and Roll Band).”
Thanks to their use of classical music, the synthesizer, and exotic song structures, The Moody Blues are one of the main early progenitors of progressive rock.
While a quintessential product of the 1960s (whose heyday spilled over into the early 1970s), The Moody Blues also managed to find success in the early and late 1980s.
In 1981, their studio album, Long Distance Voyager, produced two top 15 hits, “Gemini Dream,” and “The Voice.” The singles peaked at number 12 and number 15 (respectively) on the Billboard Hot 100.
Then in 1986, the band cracked the top ten (number nine) with “Your Wildest Dreams.” It was released more than 22 years after their debut single, “Steal Your Heart Away,” and 21 years after their first album, The Magnificent Moodies.
The Moody Blues played their first gig in 1964 in Birmingham, England. Their name came from Duke Ellington’s "Mood Indigo" and a failed bid to gain the sponsorship of M&B Brewery. The only original member left is drummer Graeme Edge. The band’s original guitarist, Denny Laine, would later go on to form Wings with Paul McCartney.
The most famous Moody Blues lineup—the one that made Days of Future Passed, In Search of the Lost Chord, and On The Threshold of a Dream— contained keyboardist Mike Pinder, multi-instrumentalist Ray Thomas, guitarist Justin Hayward, bassist John Lodge, and Edge.
Currently, The Moody Blues consists of Hayward, Lodge, and Edge. Hayward wrote many of The Moody Blues’ biggest hits.
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