1001 SW Broadway
Portland, Oregon 97205

I suppose that it is our songs, and the way we interpret them that has seen us travel so far, says The Moody Blues Justin Hayward. It means so much to us that some of our recordings have really meant something to people.

The Moody Blues are one of the most enduring and beloved rock bands in music history. With a legacy that spans the late 60's to present, The Moody Blues have generated a legendary list of hit songs that are regarded as some of the most groundbreaking and innovative music of our time. The Moody Blues -- Justin Hayward, John Lodge and Graeme Edge -- carry on their magical musical legacy to generation after generation, year after year.

This year, the Moodies tour the U.S. in support of a new Universal Music Enterprises release, a double CD greatest hits package entitled Gold, which includes original re-mastered recordings of such Moody Blues rock staple hits as: Tuesday Afternoon, Nights In White Satin, Ride My See Saw, Legend Of A Mind, Voices In The Sky, Lovely To See You, The Voice, Gemini Dream, Gypsy (Of A Strange And Distant Time), and more.
A legendary band with a incredible roster of hits, including Nights In White Satin, Ride My See Saw, The Story In Your Eyes, Isnt Life Strange, Question, Im Just A Singer (In A Rock And Roll Band), Your Wildest Dreams, to name a few; The Moody Blues #1, Top 5, Top 10, Top 20, Top 40, multi-Platinum, Platinum and Gold albums and singles, have generated yearly sold-old tours over the course of several decades, making them one of the top-grossing album and touring bands in existence.

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Added by Insight on May 16, 2007



They are one of my favourite bands, the Moody Blues, so it is great to hear about a concert in America, in Portland. I came across it, as i couldn't find one of my favourite websites-Higher and Higher so did a google search which upcoming with a review of overview of their current tour and history. I saw them over 2 years ago in April 2005 at the Palais Theatre in St Kilda and they were as good as ever.
cheers from skillwho, in Melbourne, Australia :)