John Lodge

Bassist For The Moody Blues

Successful band leader, solo artist and music producer John Lodge is best known by many as one of the vocalists and bass guitarist for the rock music act The Moody Blues. Lodge, who joined The Moody Blues three years after they originally formed in 1964, went on to write some of the bands biggest hits including Ride My See-Saw, Isn’t Life Strange and I’m Just A Singer (in a Rock & Roll band) the latter two of which both garnered Lodge an ASCAP song writing award.

Known for his signature vocals and memorable lyrical style John Lodge continues to perform with The Moody Blues alongside bandmates and 1967 original members Graeme Edge and Justin Hayward; during the band’s brief hiatus both Lodge and Hayward established successful careers as solo artists in their own right whilst their 1975 duo album, Blue Jays, charted in the UK top 5 and the US top 20.

Lodge’s work as a solo artist outside The Moody Blues has been equally successful and his 1977 album Natural Avenue, which was released during the 5 year break taken by The Moodies, was incredibly popular and charted in the UK top 40. Reforming with the rest of the Moodies John Lodge and his band mates went on to become one of the most successful music acts in British history, regularly releasing albums throughout the 1980’s and well into the 90’s and continuing to draw huge tour crowds into the new millennium.

Now approaching his seventies John Lodge remains a vivacious and passionate performer, his work both as a solo artist and as part of the new legendary music act continuing to appeal to fans the world over.

To book John Lodge as the solo-artist for your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.