MEMBERSHIP: THE MOODY BLUES
The Moody Blues | Live In Atlanta
Sunday, July 23, 2017 | Chastain Park Amphitheatre
The music of The Moody Blues has spanned many generations — touching people's emotions with songs about life experiences. In an endless sea of rock and pop formats, The Moody Blues have distinguished themselves through four decades as that shimmering jewel vindicating rock music as a substantial artistic contribution to Western culture. Since the '60s, as a part of the historic original British invasion of Supergroups, The Moody Blues have lit up the hearts and minds of millions of rock fans with inspiring anthems like “Nights in White Satin,” “Tuesday Afternoon” and “I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock And Roll Band),” which express universal themes of love, compassion and peace.
The Moody Blues can most recently be seen on PBA30 in their PBS special "The Moody Blues at the Royal Albert Hall."
The Moody Blues Live In Atlanta | Sunday, July 23, 2017 | Chastain Park Amphitheatre
*Please note: As always, and to be as fair as possible, members are seated on a first-pledge, first-seat basis (as of May 31, 2017). Tickets only are a one-time charge on a credit card, and contributions for tickets are non-refundable. Your support at any level is very much appreciated.
$275 contribution: Pair of Premium Orchestra concert tickets plus CD "The Moody Blues: Hall of Fame"
$250 contribution: Pair of Premium Orchestra concert tickets
$120 contribution: Combo DVD "The Moody Blues: Live at Royal Albert Hall" and CD "The Moody Blues: Hall of Fame"
$84 contribution: DVD "The Moody Blues: Live at Royal Albert Hall"
$72 contribution: CD "The Moody Blues: Hall of Fame"
ABOUT THE PBS CONCERT SPECIAL
The Moody Blues At The Royal Albert Hall
For their public television special "The Moody Blues at the Royal Albert Hall," The Moody Blues partnered with Musical Director Larry Baird, conductor of the World Festival Orchestra. The band performed many of their classic hits in this iconic London venue such as "Nights in White Satin," "The Story in Your Eyes" and "Tuesday Afternoon." They also included "Words You Say" from their 1999 album "Strange Times." More than a dozen years later, this performance stands as a true Moody Blues treasure, a testament to the magic created on stage by John Lodge, Justin Hayward, Graeme Edge and Ray Thomas.