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1. The Moody Blues began their long career in 1964 in Birmingham, England. Their first hit song, "Go Now", featured what lead singer who would later become a member of Paul McCartney and Wings?
2. Mike Pinder, one of the band's original members, is credited with giving the group its name. What was Pinder's explanation as to how he came up with the name "Moody Blues"?
3. Which of these is NOT one of the Moody Blues studio albums?
4. Who is considered "The Voice" of The Moody Blues?
5. Which of the following music genres have The Moody Blues never been considered?
6. Justin Hayward and John Lodge recorded an album in 1975 during a Moody Blues hiatus. The LP featured songs "I Dreamed Last Night" written by Hayward and "Saved By The Music" written by Lodge. What was the name of this album?
7. He was one of the founding members of the Moody Blues and performed with the band until he retired in 2002. He played flute, harmonica and contributed to the vocals. He died on January 4, 2018 at the age of 76. What is this "Veteran Cosmic Rocker's" name?
8. Which of these is NOT one of The Moody Blues studio albums?
9. This Moody Blues LP is considered one of the first successful concept albums and featured The London Festival Orchestra. What was the title of this 1967 release?
10. The Moody Blues were inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland on April 14, 2018. They performed the following four songs:
1) "I'm Just a Singer (in a Rock and Roll Band)"
2) "Your Wildest Dreams"
3) "Nights in White Satin"
4) "Ride My See-Saw"
Which female rock singer introduced the band after having written the Hall induction committee asking to be allowed that honor?
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