The Moody Blues’ John Lodge To Perform ‘Days Of Future Passed’ In Full On New Tour

English musician John Lodge, best known as bass guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter of longstanding rock band The Moody Blues, has announced that he will be performing the band’s classic 1967 album Days Of Future Passed in full on his upcoming U.S. tour.

Days of Future Passed was the Moody Blues’ second album, which was released in November 1967 by Deram Records.

Accompanied by his 10,000 Light Years Band, Lodge will perform the Moody Blues’ iconic album in its entirety. Lodge will also perform other hits from the band during his run of shows in February and March next year.

The show will also feature a special recording of “Late Lament” by the late co-founder of the Moodies, Graeme Edge, who died in 2021, and performances by Jon Davison of Yes.

John Lodge’s Days Of Future Passed U.S. tour dates:

Feb 18: Lexington Cary Hall, MA
Feb 19: Plymouth Flying Monkey, NH
Feb 21: TBC
Feb 22: Fairfield The Warehouse, CT
Feb 24: Beverly The Cabot, MA
Feb 25: Hartford Infinity Hall, CT
Feb 26: Newport Jane Pickens Theatre, RI
Feb 28: Patchogue Theatre, NY
Mar 01: New York Sony Hall, NY
Mar 03: Newton Theatre, NJ
Mar 04: Glenside Keswick Theater, GA
Mar 06: Virginia Beach Sandler Center, VA
Mar 07: Annapolis Rams Head On Stage, MA
Mar 09: Atlanta Variety Playhouse, GA
Mar 10: Ponte Vedra Concert Hall, FL
Mar 11: Stuart The Lyric Theatre, FL
Mar 14: Clearwater Capitol Theatre, FL
Mar 15: Lauderdale Amaturo Theater, FL
Mar 16: Rock and Romance Cruise

(Photo: Derek Russell)

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