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Jeremy Irons Performing from “Days Of of Future Passed”

Posted on 05/21/2017

“Last week I dashed over to London to record, film (and direct !) Jeremy Irons performing ‘Morning Glory’ and ‘Late Lament’ from The Moody Blues ‘Days Of Future Passed’ album. Jeremy is the new ‘voice’ of these two spoken word pieces, originally performed on the 1967 LP by keyboard player Mike Pinder and written by…

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‘The Wind of Heaven’ 2017 UK Tour

Posted on 05/10/2017

Live Nation / Kennedy Street are delighted to announce that legendary singer-songwriter Justin Hayward will tour the UK in support of his latest album release All The Way. The possessor of one of the most recognisable voices in rock, Justin will be performing new songs from the album as well as Moody Blues favourites.  Tickets…

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New Fan Q&A with Justin

Posted on 03/20/2017

Read the latest Q&A with Justin Hayward. 1. Q: You seem to have taken more of turn toward at least partially acoustic versions of your songs, even in newer recordings. I know that’s partly because of the needs of working solo with a smaller troupe, but also, as you recorded some lovely songs with a…

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Chuck Berry, Rock ‘n’ Roll Pioneer….

Posted on 03/19/2017

“I bumped into Chuck Berry at an airport in the USA in the late 60’s. I was carrying my Gibson 335, which I always took in the cabin with me. He put his Gibson 355 on to the belt to go in the hold.   I said “Aren’t you worried it will get smashed?”. He said…

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Justin Hayward’s Endless Nights in White Satin

Posted on 03/03/2017

HoustonPress.com BY BOB RUGGIERO Of all the hits that the Moody Blues have charted over the past 50-plus years of existence, the one big calling card for the English band is probably “Nights in White Satin.” Atmospheric, classically orchestrated, mysterious and featuring Justin Hayward’s dreamy vocals, it’s not just a hit, but a classic-rock anthem. Amazingly,…

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Justin with Marty Wilde and Roger Greenaway

Posted on 02/17/2017

“A friend posted this photo taken in the nineteen eighties of me with Marty Wilde (I played guitar for Marty in the 1960’s  when I was seventeen) and renown songwriter and dear friend, Roger Greenaway.” -Justin Ps. Marty is 6ft 4 inches tall


Win an exclusive spot in the Justin Hayward PHOTOPASS workshop on Feb. 9!

Posted on 01/13/2017

Enter the Justin Hayward of the Moody Blues PHOTOPASS contest by clicking here! You could win the chance to photograph Justin Hayward of the Moody Blues in the intimate setting of Musikfest Café presented by Yuengling in Bethlehem, Pa. on Feb. 9. The Justin Hayward PHOTOPASS workshop is a unique opportunity to learn the ins…

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Just A Player In A Rock And Roll Band

Posted on 12/26/2016

The Moody Blues’ Justin Hayward goes All The Way  By Gary Graff December 23, 2016 The Moody Blues aren’t always thought of in terms of guitar, but it’s certainly there. Just check out tracks such as “Ride My See-Saw,” “The Story In Your Eyes,” “I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock And Roll Band)” and…

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Justin Hayward’s New Album All The Way Is a Mix of Old, New and Missing Songs

Posted on 11/03/2016

Justin Hayward’s new album All The Way is a true testament to the scope and spirit of Justin’s impressive solo career. The broad selection of the album’s 30 tracks demonstrates the plethora of styles and sounds we’ve all come to love in Justin’s nearly 40 years as a solo artist, and also includes some rare…

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JUSTIN HAYWARD: An EXCLUSIVE interview!

Posted on 10/28/2016

DiscussionsMagazine.com QUESTIONS:   While The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who and The Kinks may have received more press coverage over the years, there is no denying that The Moody Blues are one of the greatest British Rock bands of all time. From their rough and raw R&B roots in the mid ‘60s to their…

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