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The Moody Blues were formed in the early 60’s in Birmingham, and have gone on to become one of the best known songwriters and performers of the last five decades across the world. They have enjoyed astounding success with their revolutionary fusion style of classical music, folk rock, and soul. They have sold over 50 million albums worldwide in their careers, and have been awarded no less than 14 platinum discs, making them true giants in the music scene. They were pioneers in the 60’s of a whole new sound, symphonic rock, with heavy reverb over the vocal tracks and took advantage of the then new technology in sound production. Their style went on to define the prog rock era, and countless other bands have based their careers and work on the genre that the Moody Blues created single handed in the 1960s and 1970s. They are also credited with kickstarting the styles psychedelic rock and syntkhpop, with some of their later work being labelled as RnB. The Moody Blues currently features Justin Hayward, John Lodge and Graeme Edge, with former members now retired including Ray Thomas, Micheal Pinder, Patrick Moraz and Denny Laine. In recent years Hayward has also toured with the Jeff Wayne’s War of the Worlds production, but is freeing up his schedule for the Moody Blues Tour. You can get your Moody Blues Tickets right here on Seatwave.com Europe’s largest ticket marketplace, where you can pick up 100% Guaranteed Moody Blues Tickets right now. The band have also enjoyed fantastic critical acclaim, winning amongst other awards an Ivor Novello in 1984. The Moody Blues have firmly wedged their name into British rock history. In their long career, they have sold over 55 million albums and have accumulated various awards including an Ivor Novello in 1984. With their first album release in 1967, The Moody Blues have successfully managed to hold on to their dedicated fan base three decades after they first formed. Catch this classic band in action. Get your Moody Blues tickets here today.