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The Moody Blues in Concert
On February 18, 2000 the Moody Blues  played DAR Constitution Hall, a venerable venue located in the heart of  Washington, D.C.  As has been the case on some tours, the group did not use a symphony orchestra to back them up, instead relying on their own considerable talents, along with two able keyboardists, two backup vocalists, and backup drummer.  The result was a true delight, insofar as the rawness, and intimacy that the smaller, non-orchestral production seems to generate.  The lighting and special effects were first rate, with a lot of blues, pastels, and psychedelic art forms that really took the audience back to the 1960's when the group began.  One fact cannot be argued, after more than 30 years the group still looks and sounds great!

(l-r) Graeme Edge, Ray Thomas, Justin Hayward, John Lodge, & Backup Vocalists

Just A Singer In A Rock & Roll Band--Justin Hayward

Bass Player and Vocalist--John Lodge

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Ray Thomas & Justin Hayward

Graeme Edge, John, Justin, & Backup Drummer/Keyboard Player

The 4 Moodies Performing!

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John & Justin Energizing the Audience

Justin With Famous Red Guitar

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