Goldmine’s July issue covers Moody Blues’ “Days of Future Passed” 50 years on, in interviews with both bassist John Lodge and drummer Graeme Edge.
The timeless troubador, Justin Hayward, muses about days of future passed.
Moody Blues’ songwriter has taken his legendary songs on the road — performing limited dates in America and Europe — on a tour he named “Stage Door.”
Here’s you chance to win the Justin Hayward Collection in our latest Goldmine Giveaway. We are giving away three DVD sets of the the Moody’s music.
What does the Rock Hall have against the Moody Blues? If we were to read the nomination committee’s collective mind, here are the 10 possible reasons for and against inducting the Moodies into their hallowed Hall.
With just eight total songs, it’s hard to say that Lodge is capable of writing a complete album of music that is still relevant today.
Goldmine’s letters to the editor column starts off with an ongoing debate about formats
Denny Laine has criss-crossed the globe with Wings and broken hearts as the lead singer of The Moody Blues. At the age of 70, he has no plans of slowing down.
Columnist Warren Kurtz takes a look at the flip side songs related to the current issue.
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