Blending lush classical orchestration and gauzy '60s pop, The Moody Blues developed one of the most original and enduring sounds of the British Invasion. Releasing 24 records over nearly five decades, the band was more than due for the box set treatment when Timeless Flight, a career-spanning collection of their output, dropped in 2013. Since then the seasoned performers haven't missed a beat, thrilling fans in 2014 with tour dates and a stint of performances on the annual Moody Blues Cruise, where they'll be joined by acts like The Zombies and Lighthouse.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
"If you get a chance to see this legendary group...do it! They sound amazing after 40 years!"
" Moodies were great. It was good to hear some of the famous favorites as well as the least heard songs. Great music; Good Venue; Good Times. Hopefully they will tour here again.”
"Can't believe how great they were, after all this time they sound as good as EVER--amazing! Great energy, wonderful music — just the best time!"
With the 1967 release of their seminal concept album Days of Future Passed, The Moody Blues established themselves as torchbearers of the progressive and psychedelic rock movements beginning to take shape in '60s Britain. Despite lineup changes and nearly five decades of musical evolution, the band has endured, selling over 70 million records and continuing to treat fans around the world to unforgettable concerts of classics like "Nights in White Satin" and "Question."