The Moody Blues Tickets
The English rock band The Moody Blues are known around the world for their innovative approach to combining rock and classical music that first helped them rise to fame in the 1960s. When The Moody Blues first appeared on the music scene in 1964, they came out with a unique sound that was described as everything from progressive rock to psychedelic rock, art rock and even symphonic rock. They are also known for taking R&B influences in their music.
From the moment most people hear the sound of The Moody Blues their unique vocal talents are more than apparent. Their vocal stylings have also earned them a spot in the Vocal Group Hall of Fame. This unique sound has caused The Moody Blues to be one of the most successful rock groups today. During their extensive career they have had more than 14 platinum records and gold records. They have also sold more than 70 million albums worldwide during their career.
During their more than four decades in the industry, The Moody Blues have come out with some of the biggest albums in rock music, particularly in the 1960s. With albums such as Days of Future Passes, In Search of the Lost Chord, and On the Threshold of a Dream, the group has gathered fans from around the world. Even with massive success in the 1960s, numerous line up changes, and several members trying their own solo careers, there has been very little that can stop the success of The Moody Blues. After coming together for their first reunion in 1977, it was clear to fans and critics alike that The Moody Blues still had what it took to be one of the most innovative and entertaining bands in rock music.
This reunion effort continue on into the later 2000s and the group is still recording music and performing today. After numerous successful world-wide tours, The Moody Blues announced an extensive North American tour that will take them around the country through 2012 and into 2013. During this tour, fans of the group can hear some of their most classic songs from the 1960s as well as newly recorded singles from their latest albums. Whether audiences are there to see new or old music there is no denying that The Moody Blues still have that unique sound that first helped them rise to fame.