Justin Hayward Tour 2018 Tickets, Dates, Concerts

Active

1960s - 2010s

Formed

October 14, 1946 in Swindon, Wiltshire, England

Genre

Classical
Pop/Rock

Styles

Vocal Music
Soft Rock
Prog-Rock

The American country musician Justin Hayward and his band will be performing in their latest Justin Hayward North American Tour 2018. The concert dates for the musician’s upcoming North American Tour have been announced. The tour will kickstart on 4th August in the Flying Monkey in Plymouth, NH. The fans can expect some of artist’s all-time hit numbers like ‘The Story In Your Eyes’, ‘Dawning Is The Day’, ‘The Day We Meet Again’ etc. The band will be hitting the road and traveling to 21 cities across North America. The 2018 tour of the artist will be coming to a close on 9th September in the Canyon Theatre, Santa Clarita, CA. The concert tickets for the tour are available for sale. The fans are recommended to check for further information on the tour dates and tickets availability and make their bookings in advance for catching up on the band performing live near them.


Upcoming concerts

Date & Time Event Location
Saturday
Aug 4, 2018
07:30 PM
Justin HaywardPlymouth, USA
Justin HaywardFlying Monkey Movie House & Performance Center 39 S. Main Street 03264
Sunday
Aug 5, 2018
08:00 PM
Justin HaywardSalisbury, USA
Justin HaywardBlue Ocean Music Hall 4 Ocean Front North 01952
Tuesday
Aug 7, 2018
08:00 PM
Justin HaywardFall River, USA
Justin HaywardNarrows Center For The Arts 16 Anawan Street 02721
Wednesday
Aug 8, 2018
08:00 PM
Justin HaywardPortland, USA
Justin HaywardAura - ME 04101
Saturday
Aug 11, 2018
08:00 PM
Justin HaywardHartford, USA
Justin HaywardInfinity Music Hall & Bistro 32 Front Street 06103
Sunday
Aug 12, 2018
07:00 PM
Justin HaywardTarrytown, USA
Justin HaywardTarrytown Music Hall 13 Main Street 10591
Tuesday
Aug 14, 2018
08:00 PM
Justin HaywardSellersville, USA
Justin HaywardSellersville Theater 1894 24 West Temple Avenue 18960
Wednesday
Aug 15, 2018
08:00 PM
Justin HaywardSellersville, USA
Justin HaywardSellersville Theater 1894 24 West Temple Avenue 18960
Sunday
Aug 19, 2018
07:30 PM
Justin HaywardSouth Orange, USA
Justin HaywardSouth Orange Performing Arts Center One Sopac Way 07079
Monday
Aug 20, 2018
08:00 PM
Justin HaywardAnnapolis, USA
Justin HaywardRams Head On Stage 33 West Street 21401
Wednesday
Aug 22, 2018
07:30 PM
Justin HaywardAlexandria, USA
Justin HaywardBirchmere Music Hall 3701 Mt. Vernon Ave, 22305
Friday
Aug 24, 2018
08:00 PM
Justin HaywardKent, USA
Justin HaywardThe Kent Stage 175 East Main Street 44240
Tuesday
Aug 28, 2018
07:30 PM
Justin HaywardMilwaukee, USA
Justin HaywardVogel Hall Marcus Center 929 North Water Street 53202
Wednesday
Aug 29, 2018
07:30 PM
Justin HaywardOshkosh, USA
Justin HaywardGrand Opera House - Oshkosh 3105 S Washburn 54901
Thursday
Aug 30, 2018
07:30 PM
Justin HaywardMadison, USA
Justin HaywardBarrymore Theatre - Madison 2090 Atwood Ave 53704
Saturday
Sep 1, 2018
08:00 PM
Justin HaywardDes Moines, USA
Justin HaywardHoyt Sherman Auditorium 1501 Woodland 50309
Friday
Sep 7, 2018
08:00 PM
Justin HaywardSan Juan Capistrano, USA
Justin HaywardCoach House - Capistrano 33157 Camino Capistrano Road 92675
Saturday
Sep 8, 2018
08:00 PM
Justin HaywardPasadena, USA
Justin HaywardThe Canyon at The Rose - Pasadena 91101
Sunday
Sep 9, 2018
08:00 PM
Justin HaywardValencia, USA
Justin HaywardThe Canyon Santa Clarita 91355

Biography

Justin David Hayward (born 14 October 1946) is an English musician best known as songwriter, lead singer, and guitarist for the rock band the Moody Blues. In 2018, Hayward was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. More...

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Discography

2014Spirits LiveEagle Records
2013Spirits of the Western SkyEagle Records
1997Sing the Moody Blues' Classic HitsISBA
1996The View from the HillCMC International
1994Classic BlueCastle Music Ltd.
1985Moving MountainsGreyscale
1980Night FlightPolydor
197?Blue GuitarThreshold
1977SongwriterDeram
1975Blue JaysDecca

           

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52 Responses to “Justin Hayward Tour 2018 Tickets, Dates, Concerts”

  1. Antonia Roberton

    The intimate setting at the Uptown Theater coupled with Justin and his two excellent companions made for an unforgettable evening.

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  2. Austin Rouff

    I’ve seen Justin Hayward many times with the Moody Blues but this was the first time I had seen his solo act. He was very relaxed and chatty and I loved it! The two musicians backing him were great, too. Julie Reagan tours with the Moodies and has done for years. She has a lovely voice and she and Justin sound so good together. A highlight for me was the other band member, Mike Dawes. He’s a young kid from England who is an incredible guitar player. He opened the show with his own set. He was playful and so talented. These three artists put on a great show and we enjoyed it immensely.

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  3. Sammy Ichinotsubo

    Justin Hayward combined just the right amount of old and new together and put on a fantastic show. Great music, not too loud (seems like a common mistake of musicians these days).

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  4. Monika Catalan

    What can be said about Justin Hayward that hasn’t been said before? The show was brilliant and magical and I could have listened to him sing for many more hours, even with slightly uncomfortable seats. It’s hard to put into words how you feel when you listen to him sing, but everything he sings reaches your soul.

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  5. Mary Schlindwein

    Justin’s voice is strong, the songs he picks are some favorites and some just beautiful.his co-performers – Mike Dawes and Julie – are all he needs to make this concert full and outstanding. This concert is not just for Moody Blues fans, but for anyone who likes great music. His ballads are so pretty. the Whitaker is a great venue…

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  6. Jan Colling

    Hayward’s music will live on forever.
    His lyrics are more meaningful now than when he was penning them years ago.

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  7. Jacklyn Woodworth

    Never before, at least in my opinion, has there been any artist who can exude such emotion in song as to pour it right into our hearts, in the moment, as Justin Hayward! (You get a good mix of his newer songs plus some old Moody Blues tunes.) And even with his years of experience as a world-wide performer, we were able to get a very intimate experience with him through great old stories told between songs, warm direct eye contact, loving appreciate gestures–no fat ego here at all. And the two excellent musicians he brings with him–Mike Dawes (amazing guitar virtuoso) and Julie Ragins (who adds beautiful vocal harmonies and Moody-Blues-like keyboard sound to the mix)–are the perfect pair to mesh with Justin’s style! This is one evening I’ll never forget!

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  8. Terina Richan

    Justin Hayward performed a solo concert to a knowledgeable and enthusiastic crowd Nov. 13th at the River City Casino. Mike Dawes opened the show and was well received by the crowd. He also performed with Hayward as part of his 3 man (person) band. Justin covered old material favorites from the Moody Blues as well as some of his solo songs from Blue Jays and his recent release Spirit of the Western Sky. Justin’s singing was clear and strong throughout the show. Julie Ragins’s support with percussion and keyboards completed the 3 person band. The music was “The Best of Hayward” in many respects. Also, it was very entertaining that Justin took the time to tell many stories about the songs throughout the show. It made for a “personalized concert”. Great Show, Great Crowd, I am very glad I saw this show.

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  9. Ayako Mofford

    Justin Hayward has a great voice!! He has an ensemble of two other people and the sound they put out is purely entertaining! I enjoyed his talks between songs explaining songs he wrote.

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  10. Andrew Hollander

    Being a huge Moody Blues fan, I was blown away at this concert.His voice is amazing and the way he interacted with the crowd was a 10. Its one of those concerts you wished would have lasted another 2 hours.

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  11. Terrie Shadley

    Guitarist Mike Dawes opened the show with four instrumental selections from his first solo album. After a brief intermission, Justin took the stage doing a solo version of “Blue Guitar” from the “Blue Jays” project from 40 years ago. In the middle of the thing, Justin’s voice cracked badly, and he sounded strained throughout. I was thinking to myself, “uh oh, Justin’s voice isn’t what it used to be, this could be a long night.” But then Mike returned to the stage along with keyboardist Julie Ragins, and in mixing traditional Moody Blues favorites with material from Justin’s recent solo album “Spirits of the Western Sky,” Justin’s vocals righted themselves, and the rest of the show was a mesmerizing and magical unplugged concert with just the three performers on stage. My wife and I loved the show, and would go again in a heartbeat!

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  12. Sheldon Cordts

    Thoroughly enjoyed the concert. I liked the storyteller aspect of it. The music was great of course!

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  13. Freddy Bustillos

    Talented and entertaining– he held the audience with his charisma and voice

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  14. Amado Fies

    I loved the setlist that Justin put together for his Watching and Waiting concert. The venue was intimate for a solo artist.

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  15. Mario Scarpello

    Loved the show! I almost like him playing acoustic more tha with the Moodies! He was very personable. And I loved the smaller venue!

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  16. Joann Nuzenski

    Combining the Birchmere Theater with a concert by the lead singer of my all-time favorite band was like being On The Threshold Of A Dream! Justin Hayward keeps getting better each time we see him. Justin gave guitarist Mike Dawes an opening set to highlight his talents, and was then joined by keyboardist/vocalist Julie Ragins for Justin’s show. Everything was perfect — we made some new friends, food was great, and the sound and acoustics at the Birchmere were exceptional.

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  17. Janette Obermeier

    I was so pleasantly surprised by Justin Hayward’s voice. I hadn’t been to a concert in many many years. His voice was still amazing. What a great concert! Hope he comes back soon.

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  18. Robt Prinkey

    Vogel Hall is a small venue with really good sound and a up close experience . Justin Hayward seemed very relaxed and friendly . He played many hits from the Moody Blues and several of his own solo songs , with only a keyboard player and sometimes a lead guitarist . Justin played an acoustic guitar for the songs that I’ve only heard done on the electric before . In between songs he would talk about how and the song came about and what was going on at he time . He also introduced us to a new guitarist named Mike Dawes . All I can say is wow ! So young and so talented . All I can say is it was a wonderful show .

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  19. Stewart Atherton

    Intimate; super; fantastic: as we all get old (er) together JH still reminds us to keep believing and hoping!!!

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  20. Jeanice Nishihara

    This was one of the best concerts I have ever seen! It felt just like vintage Moody Blues! He played everything I’d hoped to hear and much more! His voice is still beautiful and pitch perfect, after all these years! Heaven!

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  21. Howard Hammond

    Justin’s melodic voice was clear and strong carrying through in Moody Blues classic tunes and some of his very own.
    He is still quite charming !!!
    Mike and Julie were fantastic accompanying Justin.

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  22. Britni Suentenfuss

    Mike Daws did a fantastic job of “warming” the audience, in spite of a saddened medical event in the audience, he maintained his professionalism and still showed us his awesome style!
    Justin was wonderful, his music was “spot-on”, the voice cracked once or twice, but he and I are the same age, and some days even I croak like a frog! He played his new music from the Spirits Live album, which I thoroughly enjoyed (enough to buy the album in the lobby), and he Wowed us with some of the classic standards, with the help of keyboard artist Julie Ragins on vocals, and Mike on lead guitar, I thought I was listening to the Moody Blues!

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  23. Jina Cruther

    This is my second time seeing Justin Hayward without the Moody Blues; I saw him last year for the 1st time at the Buckhead Theatre. That concert was great as well. This concert was even better; it was just Justin, Mike Dawes and Julie Ragins on this tour. I loved all of the songs Justin sang and enjoyed listening to the stories he told about his life. Fantastic show.

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  24. Lavera Weckman

    Current songs from Justin Hayward’s “Spirits…” album blended with traditional Moodies favorites — an acoustic set with the guitars Justin used to compose the songs and some insight into the origins of those songs. Fabulous show — so relaxed and so personal. Mike Dawes is an extraordinary guitarist and Julie’s voice is the perfect compliment to Justin’s, which sounds as beautiful as it first did forty years ago.

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  25. Kathleen Lauzier

    Great Concert! Mike Dawes was an added extra pleasant surprise. Hayward did wonderfully well; he is a true professional and crowd pleaser. Told a few very funny stories about his concert touring and personal life; a thoroughly enjoyable concert!

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  26. Minh Forti

    From the opening song, Tuesday Afternoon, until the concert ended with I Know Your Out There Somewhere Justin Hayward had the crowd going. He covered most of the hits from his time with the Moodies as well as his solo songs. Mike Dawes and Julie Ragins were excellent in their accompanying roles. It was one of the best evenings out I have had in a long time.

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  27. Ethyl Ouelette

    To our knowledge it was unannounced that a warm-up act would take place. Mike Dawes(?) was a wonderful guitarist and played four songs but three would have sufficed. There was almost a half hour break after Mike’s 20 minutes of music. Justin Hayward didn’t take the stage until almost 8:45 so the concert was not over till 10:45. It would have been better to limit Mike to two or three songs and then take a break halfway through Justin Hayward set. Justin’s set was very entertaining and it was much appreciated that he did some songs from very early albums too. The only song with problems musically was Your Wildest Dreams. It was very thin on instrumentation. Other than that the concert was most enjoyable. It was very disappointing that pictures were not allowed.

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  28. Al Sill

    The music was fantastic. He lowered a key, and was spot on. He had Mike Dawes back him on the guitar and Suzy on the keyboard and backup vocals. A beautiful blend. Played hits from the Moodys and his solo albums. Also provided insight into both his music and his life.

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  29. Corrine Rippy

    For the first time, I had a front row seat at this event, and Justin Hayward was absolutely
    amazing! His music touches your heart and soul. I was impressed with the great sound provided at this venue. . . Justin’s voice
    was truly clear and beautiful! Also, the instrumentation was awesome . . .
    thanks to the
    sound engineer, and the great acoustics of the hall!

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  30. Clarita Paskiewicz

    I’ve seen the Moody’s more times then I can count on my hands but this was the first time I saw Justin Solo and OMG I am so glad I went. First off the small intimate show was such a perfect setting and it being an all acoustic set was just wonderful. I was able to hear so many of his solo songs that he normally doesn’t do with the band and it was incredible. If he ever does tour again solo I would highly recommend going to see him. I for sure will be there again!

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  31. Titus Crayne

    Just saw Justin at the Ames on Friday night and for being in the biz nearly 50 years, he still has that same voice quality and ‘that sound’ that you hear on all those great Moody Blues records.
    The bonus in seeing him without the rest of the band is that you get to hear even more of the great deeper tracks he wrote, like “It’s Up To You,” “Watching and Waiting,” “You Can Never Go Home” and “Never Comes The Day”, that you would typically never get to hear live.
    He sounded great, and Mike Dawes, who opened the show and backed him up on guitar, is absolutely incredible.

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  32. Zachary Hanzel

    The Justin Hayward show was great as I would have expected. The unexpected was the inclusion of Mike Dawes to the show. This guy is an amazing guitar talent – I bought his album after the show.

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  33. Daphne Aldo

    Drove 4 hours to hear him, and he did not disappoint! Extremely talented writer and singer over 50 years. Loved every minute.

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  34. Dallas Godbe

    His voice improves with age. Very personable and engaging. Awesome show

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  35. Carma Mcconico

    The Moody Blues have always been one of my all time favorite bands. We have attended many of their St Louis concerts in the past. The Justin Hayward concert did not disappoint us at all. He has retained his singing voice, and his personality through his storytelling is equally entertaining. The River City Casino is a very nice venue. There isn’t a bad seat in the facility. I do wish, however, that drinks would not be served during the concert. Some ticket holders appear to be more interested in drinking rather than listening to the concert.

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  36. Sharan Mursch

    Justin was excellent and savvy in his delivery, performance, talking with the audience and eclectic set list through which he managed to satisfy all age levels attending. The Venue was warm and intimate. His performance also exemplified that to his audience.

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  37. Dortha Lopau

    He had a warm up guitar player that was mesmerizing, I even bought his CD. I found Justin Heyward haunting at times but his voice resonated with me. I cried through Questions while I sung it at the top of my lungs. It was a memborable performance.

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  38. Eloy Caputi

    His voice is still strong and musicians playing with him blended in well. Really good evening of music but seats could have been better

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  39. Damian Wilmeth

    Justin Hayward was wonderful to listne to So great to hear him play some of the songs that I love and to also hear his new music. His opening act and guitarist for his show Mike Down was fantastic. Incredibly talented and inovative

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  40. Particia Bowar

    Better than we expected. Justin Hayward was terrific. It was Great to go to a Concert and not have people constantly walking up and down the stairs to get more beer. It was great to just set and relax and enjoy the music without people standing and dancing in front of you.

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  41. Darwin Rayman

    The introduction of Dave Dawes on acoustical (amazing what this guy can do) and then followed by Justin’s performance were just unbelievable. Fantastic small venue atmosphere

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  42. Charlie Michela

    Somehow Justin Hayward has never aged, has maintained a sterling reputation for decades, and has preserved his beautiful voice. What a musician and great human being! He so casually and humbly came on stage, smiled and introduced the warm up singer, Mike, and praised his talent. Now that is a class act. And who could believe that two young people (on guitar and keyboard) and Justin Hayward could perform Moody Blues songs and make it sound like a studio recording of the whole band?? How do they do that? Talent. Justin is 68 and still performing, loving what he does. He is more than an A-list musician, he is an exemplary human being. I’ve always been a fan of the Moody Blues, and of him in particular, mostly because he always seemed so humble, ethical and yet passionate. Thank you for touring, Justin, and giving those of us who have admired you since the 60s a chance to see you live and up close. Finally!

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  43. Courtney Holiman

    i liked having the show right there in the hotel/casino complex really nice venue . it all made for a great evening.

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  44. Marcos Donnely

    Lots more music from the Moody Blues anthology tgan I expectes. Surprising warm up and back up from new-to-me Mike Dawes. Well worth it.

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  45. Kandice Sabates

    I have seen Justin in a smaller venue before and it wasn’t the greatest experience as far as the venue goes. I had never been to the Birchmere before so I didn’t expect too much. I was greatly surprised. We had great seats in the front. The food was great and the wait staff very friendly and helpful. And to top it all off, Justin Hayward was awesome! His vocals were amazing and I loved Mike Dawes, too! This was an experience I will never forget. If you love the Moody Blues, then you should try to see Justin on his own. He sings some of the Moodies songs as well as songs from his solo albums. He just keeps getting better and better! Thank you, Birchmere, for bringing this talented singer to our area, and thanks for a very positive experience. I will definitely come to the Birchmere again.

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  46. Charles Tacheny

    Justin Hayward was fantastic. The acoustic musical arrangements were simply amazing and the stories behind the songs were fascinating. One of the best concerts that I have been to in a long time. New solo songs were perfermed, as well as many older hits from The Moodys…a very good mix of music. Intimate, but yet fun and enjoyable!

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  47. Leonel Patillo

    Excellent show, excellent venue (as always), a great evening, one I would like to repeat…

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  48. Ben Copa

    Great concert. All the old songs. Voice remarkable after 50 years!

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  49. Burt Mcmanamon

    What a treat to see an artist of such stature in such an intimate venue.

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  50. Rolland Christy

    Fabulous show! Justin still has a beautiful voice with all its range. The setlist was great. I enjoyed hearing “Watching and Waiting”, a song not so often performed. It was lovely, along with all the others, old and new, expected and unexpected.

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  51. Eduardo Dilbert

    Justin Hayward still makes magic after all these years. The songs are beautiful and timeless, especially “Watching and Waiting”.

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  52. Zulma Montbriand

    Justin is currently my favorite solo performer. Each time I’ve taken friends and fellow Moody Blues’ fans to one of his concerts their remarks are always the same, “Who needs the rest of the Moody Blues? Justin alone is a thousand times better!”

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