The Moody Blues: Yes, They Love You

Prog rock alchemists The Moody Blues first emerged from England with 1965’s The Magnificent Moodies, beginning a quietly brilliant career that would eventually outmaneuver the shadows of iconic world-eaters like Pink Floyd or even The Beatles to achieve the sort of longevity characteristic of a musical legend. This year, the dreamy symphonies and style-swapping, art-rocking bliss of discography fave Days Of Future Passed reach the age of 45, along with indispensable hit “Nights In White Satin,” which—thanks in part to certain flicks involving vampires and Johnny Depp—ought to find favor with another generation of hopeless romantics. See them at Newark’s New Jersey Performing Arts Center on Nov. 29 and Caesars Atlantic City on Nov. 30.