Thursday 5 March 2020 | 7:30pm
GO NOW! The Music of The Moody Blues
Experience the timeless sound of the greatest classic rock band of a generation and Rock and Roll Hall Of Famers THE MOODY BLUES in this exceptional tribute.
Gordy Marshall toured and recorded with The Moody Blues for 25 years. Together with Mick Wilson (lead singer of 10CC for 20 years), they present a super-group of world class musicians, singers and songwriters to meticulously recreate the elegance of a Moody Blues concert.
Celebrate all the classic hits including Nights in White Satin, Go Now, Tuesday Afternoon, Legend of a Mind (Timothy Leary’s Dead), I Know You’re Out There Somewhere, Question, Isn’t Life Strange plus Forever Autumn and a show-stealing rendition of Eve of the War from Jeff Wayne’s The War of the Worlds.
Joining Gordy and Mick on stage are:
Tim Maple (Leona Lewis guitarist and X-factor Live MD), Malcolm Moore (James Blunt), Patrick Duffin (Jersey Boys)
Full Price: £27.00
Age guidance: Considered suitable for ages 8+
Running time: 1 hour 40 mins (including a 20-minute interval)
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