Justin Hayward 10/21
w/ Mike Dawes
Justin Hayward is best known as The Moody Blues’ vocalist and guitarist and has also enjoyed success with solo projects. He’s penned the timeless classics “Nights In White Satin,” “Tuesday Afternoon,” “The Voice” and “Your Wildest Dreams” and sold over 55 million albums with The Moody Blues. Justin Hayward returns as part of his acoustic trio for one of our fastest selling shows.
Mike Dawes will start off the show. In addition to playing lead guitar for Justin Hayward’s touring band, Mike Dawes is an acclaimed solo artist plus is hailed as one of the world’s finest modern finger style guitarists and performers.
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