Published On: Mon, Sep 24th, 2012

The Moody Blues To Return To The Liverpool Philharmonic Hall in 2013.

Photograph by Ian D. Hall

Undoubtedly one of the finest bands to have emerged from the 1960’s was the Moody Blues. Now the band that fused classical music with a catchy modern beat and intense lyrics have announced they will return to the touring arena in 2013.

The Moody Blues, whose music legacy spans four decades of hit making and sell-out tours, will continue to entertain audiences with their timeless music on the 14 date tour. The Moody Blues will launch their tour on Wednesday 5th June at the Oxford New Theatre and will continue through to Sunday 23rd June at the Bristol Hippodrome. The tour will take in two venues in the north-west on the way, the Manchester Apollo on Wednesday 12th June and on the 9th June the band will come back to the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, the scene of the triumphant night in September of 2010.

The Moody Blues consist of guitarist and vocalist Justin Hayward, bassist/vocalist John Lodge and drummer Graeme Edge are one of the seminal acts ever to come out of the U.K. Their remarkable consistency has seen them awarded an astonishing 18 platinum discs for their plethora of hits including Night in White Satin, Tuesday Afternoon, Ride My See-Saw, The Story In Your Eyes and the outstanding Question.

One of the great bands of all time, The Moody Blues are a special band and one to catch live in your life time.

Tickets are available for The Moody Blues from 9am on Friday 28th September. Tickets for the performance are available from the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall’s Box office or online at www.livenation.co.uk or www.ticketmaster.co.uk. Tickets are priced at £39.50 and are subject to a booking fee.

 Ian D. Hall

About the Author

- Ian was bought up in Birmingham and has lived for the last eight years in a city he has come to think of as his home. In the last ten years he has worked for two of the finest media organisations it has been his pleasure to be part of, the Birmingham Mail and LSMedia. In the three years he has been part of the team here and has reviewed over 1,000 theatre performances, albums and gigs, travelling as far as Montreal to cover music. His dearest loves are Prog, Heavy Metal, Rock and the theatre.