Courtesy of Patrick MorazFormer Moody Blues and Yes keyboard player Patrick Moraz has lined up a pair of concerts next month at the famous New York City jazz club The Iridium to celebrate the 40th anniversary of his debut solo album i, a.k.a. The Story of i. The shows will both take place on January 17, at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. ET.
Tickets for the concerts are priced at $30 and $40, and can be purchased at TheIridium.com or by phoning 212-582-2121.
Moraz also is part of the lineup for Yes’ 2017 Cruise to the Edge event, which runs from February 7 to February 11. During the cruise, he will be introducing a new project called i NOW that also features veteran jazz bassist Bunny Brunel and journeyman prog-rock drummer Virgil Donati.
Moraz joined Yes in 1974 as Rick Wakeman‘s replacement and appeared on that year’s Relayer album. He played with the prog-rock legends until 1976. Moraz then joined The Moody Blues in 1978 and stayed with the group until 1991. During his tenure, he contributed to some of the group’s biggest hits, including “The Voice,” “Gemini Dream,” “Your Wildest Dreams” and “I Know You’re Out There Somewhere.”
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