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Live In Concert At The Capitol Theatre

Justin Hayward

Year: 2014

Runtime: 01:45:47

Justin Hayward: Live In Concert at the Capitol Theatre is the latest release from the legendary Moody Blues vocalist, guitarist & composer. This intimate performance recorded on October 20, 2014 has been expertly captured by award winning filmmaker & composer David Minasian, and is truly one of Justin's finest solo performances.

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