John Lodge Talks 10,000 Light Years Ago with Artisan News

April 20, 2015

John Lodge, bass player singer songwriter for The Moody Blues, talks with Artisan News about his new, solo album, 10,000 Light Years Ago and what inspired the new collection.  The interview took place on the gorgeous roof terrace of the Strand Hotel in New York.


March 30, 2015 Through the years, English Rock band The Moody Blues have been one of the most innovative in the genre. Setting course over five decades ago as one of the pioneers in Progressive Rock, fusing in Classic elements, The Moody Blues have sold over fifty-five million record worldwide and achieved an amazing eighteen platinum and gold Read More…

The Moody Blues Transcend Years – Concert Review

March 30, 2015 When I went to go see the Moody Blues for the first time this past Friday, I quickly learned two important things about the band. One, as the dearth of parking at the NYCB Theater at Westbury – a theater that one does not often have difficulty finding parking at – suggested, the Moody Read More…

Moody Blues Bringing ‘Timeless Flight’ Tour to E.J. Thomas Hall

March 27, 2015 Given that most bands are lucky to celebrate a 10-year anniversary, it’s remarkable that the Moody Blues were still around to mark the 45th anniversary of Days of Future Passed, the concept album that put the British progressive rock band on the musical map. The group came through town in 2012 in support of that Read More…

Rock On! New Interview with John Lodge

March 27, 2015 “We replace songs with similar ones to what’s been removed,” says a laughing John Lodge; bassist for the legendary rock band The Moody Blues. “We usually encore with “Ride My See-Saw” because that keeps the audience going and let’s face it; aren’t we all on a seesaw going up and down through life?” The Read More…

Moody Blues Making Music On The Other Side Of Life

March 25, 2015 F. Scott Fitzgerald once famously said that there are no second acts. Apparently, the erstwhile Great Gatsby author never crossed paths with The Moody Blues, who are currently touring and playing long after their 1964 founding. Emerging out of Swinging London in the late ‘60s, the fivesome were known for recording symphonic conceptual albums Read More…

Days Of Future Passed: Justin Hayward’s Album Faves

March 25, 2015   If you ever wondered which Moody Blues albums are frontman Justin Hayward’s faves, then read on.   Days of Future Passed (Deram) – “It was the beginning of the album being the medium that people really wanted. They’d go to other people’s apartments and listened and enjoyed themselves, fell in love and got stoned. Read More…

Moody Blues Revisit The ’80s In Tour That Stops At Oakdale

March 18, 2015 Few bands get to enjoy a first act, let alone a second one. Somewhere near the post-“Sgt. Pepper” intersection of psychedelic and progressive rock, U.K.’s Moody Blues crafted memorable album-length statements like “Days of Future Past” (1967), “In Search of the Lost Chord” (1968) and “On the Threshold of a Dream” (1969), while cracking Read More…

Justin on BBC Radio Devon with Judi Spiers

March 17, 2015

Be sure to listen to the broadcast of Judi Spiers’ show on BBC Radio Devon as she speaks with Justin Hayward about his solo record and tour.  Justin’s interview begins about 1:10:35. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN.

Justin Hayward Talks with BBC Radio Wales – Listen to the interview

March 17, 2015

Justin Hayward spoke with Alan Thompson on BBC Radio Wales which originally was broadcast on March 15th. Alan explores Justin Hayward’s new album and celebrates the seventieth birthday of guitarist Eric Clapton. Justin’s segment begins at about 21:38. LISTEN HERE.

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