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John Lodge Sets Dates in North East U.S.

by VVN Music

In 2015, John Lodge, the bass player for the Moody Blues, released his first solo album in 38 years, 10,000 Light Years Ago.

He continues to promote the album in between stints with the band and is coming to the U.S. for a series of shows in October and November.

Lodge's site states that the dates are still being finalized, so keep an eye out for additions in the near future. For now, here is the current itinerary.
  • 10/26 - Vienna, VA - The Barns at Wolf Trap
  • 10/28 - Albany, NY - The Egg Center for the Performing Arts
  • 10/29 - Peekskill, NY - Paramount Hudson Valley Theater
  • 10/30 - Sellersville, PA - Sellersville Theatre
  • 11/01 - Portland, ME - Aura
  • 11/02 - Plymouth, NH - The Flying Monkey Movie House and Performance Center
  • 11/03 - Hartford, CT - Infinity Hall
  • 11/05 - Wilmington, DE - The Queen
  • 11/06 - Annapolis, MD - Rams Head on Stage
  • 11/08 - New York, NY - City Winery
Lodge joined the Moody Blues in 1966 after their initial success with "Go Now", replacing Rodney Clark who had joined after original bassist Clint Warwick left the band. 

Along with his bass playing and vocals, Lodge has been a major part of the Moody's legacy as the writer of such songs as "Ride My See-Saw", "Isn't Life Strange", "I'm Just a Singer (in a Rock and Roll Band)" and "Gemini Dream".