2018 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame


This win is for the listeners of our music.  Thank you for the love and support.

Mike Pinder

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7 Responses to 2018 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

  1. Jkmuff says:

    This is a good thing.

    I was born in 1991. From my earliest memories I remember listening to Moody Blues music. It’s been a big part of my life, and I am saddened when I think that I was born decades too late to enjoy what was the true iteration of such a legendary band. I think I speak for everyone when I say that the ultimate bookend of the Moody Blues as they should be remembered would be at best a reunion concert, but at least a reunion performance at the induction. There are few chances in life like this, and for me, this represents a last-ditch appeal to see something I never thought these eyes would see. Mike, please consider it. With Love, Jeff.

  2. lester wild says:

    When I listen to ‘In Search Of ‘ or ‘To Our Children’s ‘( the band’s crowning glory, IMO ) I hear so much of you. Don’t waste this gift of induction because of past squabblings; life is too short. You were a team. Teams win, and teams lose, but teams make it all possible. The fans have wanted this recognition since 1989. This moment isn’t about Justin, John, Graeme or Ray; it’s about the art, the music, the joy, and the close ties people have with your melodies. The mellotron is calling, and I know the other four want to hear it… The fans have never forgotten it.. btw…Seventh Sojourn was amazing too!!!

  3. Jpadovano says:

    Mike, please go to the induction. Do it for your fans. Do it to honor Ray.

    • David Terrell says:

      I met Mike Pinder at a Border’s Book store in the mid-90’s sometime after Among the Stars was released while promoting the Children’s books. Such a very nice guy and gentleman and certainly a very big thrill for me. Never stopped hoping for more new material from Mike or from the Moodies with Mike on-board. Nothing could recreate that sound.

      Every time I bought a new Moodies album, while I knew I would love all the songs, invariably I searched for & played Mike’s compositions first.

      Would love to see you with the band once again but would be beyond thrilled to hear some new collaborations – after all there is so much to write about in today’s world – so many Lost in a Lost World.

      Will be watching and waiting – congratulations to you and the other members of the band!

      “A Promise is A Promise” – Mike Pinder

  4. dbender54 says:

    I’d love to see you attend the Hall of Fame induction you and the group so richly deserve. Saddened to hear of Ray’s passing. I attended the concert in Irving this week and hope there could be a possibility of seeing you, Justin, John, and Graeme reunite for a performance. I started listening to the Moody Blues in 1970, attended my first concert in 1972 and as life evolved, continued to listen to the music and attend concerts. I had the fortune to meet you at a book signing in Dallas many years ago. The Moody Blues have been such an important part of my life. Thank you for the beautiful and inspiring artistry of your work.

  5. garypr says:

    I was so hoping for an original Moodies reunion at the RRHOF induction. So sad that Ray passed but I hope to see Mike there!

  6. drush275 says:

    Loved Moodies sound since age of 14 (DOFP and Go Now
    Era ) still have my DOFP vinyl from that time –
    brilliant 50th recognition of the bands contributions
    My kids loved your story CD, the packaging colour swatch
    Was stunning too !

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