Moody Blues continue 50th anniversary celebration of 'Days of Future Passed' with PBS special
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Moody Blues fans have lots to look forward to from the 2018 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominees in the coming weeks. Along with the upcoming U.S. winter leg of their Days Of Future Passed 50th Anniversary Tour, the legendary British prog-rockers are offering a TV concert special, which will air over the holiday season.

Billboard reports on Nov. 30 that "Days of Future Passed Live" features the multi-platinum sellers performing their groundbreaking 1967 studio album Days of Future Passed in its entirety as part of the  public broadcasting network's popular concert series “Great Performances.” The special was filmed during a 2017 summer tour stop on July 7 in Toronto at Sony Centre.

The “Question” hitmakers perform Days of Future Past  with a full orchestra live for the first time, recreating the landmark album with narration provided by veteran English actor Jeremy Irons. Along with beloved “Future Passed” classics like “Nights in White Satin” and “Tuesday Afternoon,” The Moodies also perform a selection of other greatest hits like “I’m Just a Singer (in a Rock and Roll Band)” “Your Wildest Dreams” and “The Story in Your Eyes.”

 To watch “Days of Future Passed Live," check out PBS listings in your area. Fans can check out a trailer clip above and can click here for more details.

The Moody Blues were recently among the select handful of 2018 nominees for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The enduring band are currently running second only to Bon Jovi in the Rock Hall's fan vote, which can be accessed here.

Following their 5th annual Moody Blues Cruise, which sails from Jan. 2 – Jan. 7 out of Miami, Fla., aboard the  Celebrity Eclipse, The Magnificent Moodies will be back on the road in 2018, starting Jan. 10 in Hollywood, Fla., at Hard Rock through Jan. 23 in Tulsa, Okla., at BOK Center. Tickets for a variety of Moody Blues dates are available at AXS. For all the latest details on The Moody Blues, click here.