Q103 recently had a chance to speak with bassist, singer John Lodge of The Moody Blues about his 50 plus year career, his solo work and upcoming tour, along with the Moody Blues finally getting a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nomination.

Watch the full John Lodge interview above. The Moody Blues formed out of Birmingham, England in 1964. The band released their classic, landmark album Days of Future Passed (their second album) in 1967. The album would become one of the first successful concept albums, mixing rock with classical music. The band achieved International success with singles like "Go Now", "Nights in White Satin", "Tuesday Afternoon", and "Question" and they have sold over 70 million records worldwide. The Moody Blues and their symphonic sound influenced many bands including Yes, Genesis, ELO, and Deep Purple. After being snubbed for years, it was recently announced the The Moody Blues have been nominated for the 2018 class of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.