Moody Blues Atlantic City Tickets
Moody Blues is a band that flourished in the late sixties and early seventies. They forayed into rock and psychedelic rock when there were just a handful of bands willing to take that risk. With their origins in Birmingham, England, the band has always had loyal following in that region. The band members have changed many times over the past, however, the current three members have been with the band for a long time. The trio consists of Justin Hayward, who plays the guitars and is the vocalist, John Lodge, who plays the bass guitar and also provides vocals. The last and oldest member is Graeme Edge who features on the drums and percussions. Get Moody Blues Atlantic City tickets and watch the band perform live.
The Moody Blues in their long run in the music industry have churned up many charting singles and albums. They have consistently head lined concerts and have won plenty of awards. They received the NARM Number One World Group Award in 1972, the Ivor novello Statue for their outstanding contribution to British music and earned a place in the Vocal Group Hall of Fame. Their second album, “Days of Future Passed” was among the very first concept album that set the tone for others to follow.
The band have toured expansively in recent years, teaming up with musicians to offer new concert experiences to their fans. Their touring schedule will once again take them to Atlantic City, where they gave a memorable performance in 2012. Graeme Edge’s entertaining dance performance, towards the end of the concert, will probably be fresh in the audience’s mind, as the Moody Blues come to Atlantic City. Buy Moody Blues Atlantic City tickets and watch the trio engage the audience with their most popular songs.
The Moody Blues have released sixteen studio albums, in their career spanning almost five decades. The band has toured to South Africa and Italy. Their 1999 album, “Strange Times” was in fact recorded in Italy and featured keyboard arrangements from Italian musician, Danilo Madonia. “Strange Times” was released after a hiatus of eight years and the band took a further four years to record their latest album, “December”. Having gone through second and third waves of stardom, the Moody Blues are still going strong and doing what they love most.