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Moody Blues Unlikely To Make Another Album

03/03/2016
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(Classic Rock) The Moody Blues are unlikely to record another album, according to guitarist and vocalist Justin Hayward. Hayward, drummer Graeme Edge and bassist John Lodge are currently on the road across the US - but despite their touring commitments, it looks as if their 2003 album December will be their final studio effort.

Hayward tells the Fort Myers Florida Weekly: "I think this is probably it. People want DVDs from us now. I think any product we do will be along that line."

Reflecting on the band's longevity and success, Hayward points to the fans the band picked up in the 80s as the ones who have stayed with them throughout the years.

He continues: "People think the 60s were our best time. But to be honest, the most fun was that time in the 80s - to have that opportunity to be on TV and have all the times of having hit singles in your early 40s." Read more here.

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