30 March 2008

Per Request: Moody Blues concert dates

Mon 03/31/08 Fort Myers, FL Barbara B. Mann Perf. Arts Hall
Tue 04/01/08 Orlando, FL Hard Rock Cafe / Hard Rock Live

Tue 04/15/08 Jacksonville, FL Florida Theatre

Wed 04/16/08 Panama City, FL Marina Civic Center

Fri 04/18/08 Nashville, TN Ryman Auditorium

Sat 04/19/08 Atlanta, GA Chastain Park Amphitheatre

Sun 04/20/08 Greenville, SC Peace Center Concert Hall

Mon 04/21/08 Baltimore, MD Lyric Opera House

Tue 04/22/08 Hershey, PA Hershey Theatre

Thu 04/24/08 Morristown, NJ The Community Theatre At Mayo Center For The Performing Arts

Fri 04/25/08 Upper Darby, PA Tower Theatre

Sat 04/26/08 Easton, PA State Theatre Center For The Arts

Sun 04/27/08 Providence, RI Providence Perf. Arts Ctr.

Mon 09/22/08 Edinburgh, UK Edinburgh Playhouse

Tue 09/23/08 Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK Newcastle City Hall

Wed 09/24/08 Manchester, UK Apollo Manchester

Fri 09/26/08 Nottingham, UK Royal Centre

Sat 09/27/08 Birmingham, UK The NEC Arena

Sun 09/28/08 Bristol, UK Bristol Hippodrome

Tue 09/30/08 Cardiff, UK St. David's Hall

Wed 10/01/08 Plymouth, UK Plymouth Pavilions

Fri 10/03/08 Ipswich, UK Ipswich Regent Theatre

Sat 10/04/08 Bradford, UK St. George's Concert Hall

Mon 10/06/08 London, UK Royal Albert Hall

Fri 10/10/08 Oxford, UK New Theatre Oxford

Sat 10/11/08 Brighton, UK The Brighton Centre

Sun 10/12/08 Bournemouth, UK Bournemouth International Centre


Anonymous said...

Thanks Bill, unfortunately they are not coming close enough to Dayton, OH, where I live, to go see them. I usually see them at the Fraze Pavillion in Dayton/Kettering, OH, or in Cincinnati.
Also, thanks for answering all my questions on the Yes post. I'm still curious what health concerns Rick Wakeman has, just curious/nosey.
And, I will heed from asking questions about bands' past, like Genesis' history, and stay more recent on prog. I might go see the Flower Kings at that progfest in PA you posted.

Bill K. said...

Rick's had heart issues for a long time...he had a heart attack not long after leaving Yes the first time following TFTO.

firefly said...

Thanks again Bill. Going For the One was a good tour, I think I was there, how can I forget Steve's steal guitar!
Tormato is good also, and Keys to Assention. My brother said Rick once said "You can never leave this band!" [Yes].
I missed his comical tour on piano not long ago. He's done so much ... Over a 100 solo albums - I think Chris Squire was referring to him on that comment on his new DVD on Fish Out of Water.
By the way, can you share with us where you live and some of the web sites you write for? How old are you? - I didn't see a profile on you. Feel free to check out my blog on "Firefly" called "mania." It's a little weird, but hey!

Bill K. said...

Well, in terms of a profile, I think this works:


I generally won't discuss particular websites I wrote for because I am syndicating this feed, and I feel that mentioning one site on another is somewhat tantamount to diminishing one at the cost of another. I won't do that to any of my hosts :-)

firefly said...

"Location: Frenchtown : NJ : United States
Well, my son...life is like a beanstalk, isn't it?"

How's that? Is there a hen at the top who lays golden eggs?
Very impressive resume' ... No wonder you are talented living in a big city and in the technology business.
Check out my blog someday; not sure if I have a profile yet, but I'm 47 and like most of the music you do; I'm not quite as motivated as you to explore all those prog bands; but I've seen King Crimson with Bill, Tony, Robert and Adrian which holds me down a while. I also love the Bears, Adrian Belew and his pals from Cincinnati - ever seen them?