Justin David Hayward is an English musician best known as songwriter, lead singer, and guitarist of the rock band The Moody Blues. Hayward became the group's principal lead guitarist and vocalist over the 1967–1974 period, and the most prolific songwriter and composer of several international hit singles for the band. Hayward wrote singles for the Moody Blues including "Nights in White Satin", "Tuesday Afternoon", "Voices in the Sky", "Never Comes the Day", "Question", "The Story in Your Eyes", "Driftwood", "The Voice", "Blue World", "Your Wildest Dreams", "I Know You're Out There Somewhere" and "English Sunset"; in all, writing 20 of the group's 27 post-1967 singles. He also had a solo career. His first album outside the Moody Blues, Blue Jays, a collaboration with John Lodge, reached the UK top five in 1975.
|Birth name:||David Justin Hayward|
|Born:||October 14, 1946, Swindon, Wiltshire, England|
|Genres:||Rock, progressive rock|
|Labels:||Pye, Parlophone, Threshold, Deram, Polydor, CMC International, Trax, Towerbell Records, Armou Records|
|Associated acts:||The Moody Blues|
|Website:||Justin Hayward's Official site|
|IMDb:||Justin Hayward's IMDb|
About Justin Hayward
English singer-songwriter and guitarist for the progressive rock band The Moody Blues, the group known for "Nights in White Satin."
He began performing in local British clubs at age fifteen. One of his first groups was called All Things Bright.
He has released ten Platinum-selling albums with The Moody Blues since 1965.
He has a daughter, Doremi, with long-time wife Ann Marie Guirron.
He worked with John Lodge to compose the songs "Gemini Dream" and "Meet Me Halfway."
Information related to Justin Hayward
- The Moody Blues members
- Musicians from Wiltshire
- English expatriates in Monaco
- Deram Records artists
- Sitar players
- British rhythm and blues boom musicians
- Transcendental Meditation practitioners
- Ivor Novello Award winners
- English rock singers
- English rock guitarists