Moody Blues drummer Graeme Edge dies aged 80 after legendary 50 year rock career including hits ‘Nights in White Satin’ and ‘Go Now’

Graeme Edge of Moody Blues, drummer for hits like ‘Nights in White Satin and ‘Go Now”, has passed away at the age 80. 

He was the drummer of the band and one of its original members. His musical career lasted more than 50 years before he suffered a stroke that forced him to stop touring.  

In 2018, he was forced to retire from touring due to illness, but he was still inducted into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. 

He was born in March 1941 in Rochester, Staffordshire and formed his first band the R&B Preachers in 1964. 

Later, that band became The Moody Blues and went on to achieve international fame. 

After releasing their last piece of music in 2003, they sold approximately 70 million copies. 

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