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John Lodge Keeps the Moody Blues Music Alive With New Live Album

‘It’s the soundtrack of my life’

Singer, bassist and songwriter John Lodge has been a member of the Moody Blues since 1966, when the band — guitarist Justin Hayward, keyboardist Mike Pinder, drummer Graeme Edge and multi-instrumentalist Ray Thomas — took a new direction: to write and perform their own music.




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