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12-Nov-10
Moody Blues coming to Brady in May

 
Justin Hayward (left) and John Lodge of The Moody Blues react to applause after performing their 1967 hit "Tuesday Afternoon" at the Brady Theater in 2007. Also pictured is Moody Blues drummer Graeme Edge. TULSA WORLD FILE

By SARAH HART Assistant Scene Editor

English rock band the Moody Blues will play the Brady Theater on May 3. Tickets go on sale Nov. 19 at Reasor’s and Starship Records, at tulsaworld.com/brady or (866) 977-6849.  Tickets will be $57.50, $67.50 and $77.50.

Known for their transcendental style and being pioneers of the symphonic rock sound, the Moody Blues are best known for "Nights in White Satin" and the psychedelic "Ride My See-Saw," but have a huge cache of songs. They reformed in the late 70s and had hits songs with "The Voice" and "In Your Wildest Dreams," the latter making a splash during the video age, receiving heavy airplay on VH1.

Check back to MoodyBluesToday.com for updated information regarding any Moody Blues presale. An email blast will be sent as soon as MBT has further details and updated information.

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