The Moody Blues were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on April 13, five decades after they helped add symphonic elements to pop songs, rising progressive rock.
They performed 'I'm Just a Singer (In a Rock and Roll Band)' from 1972's Seventh Sojourn, 'Your Wildest Dreams' from 1986's The Other Side of Life,'Nights in White Satin' from 1967's Days of Future Passed and then 'Ride My See-Saw' from 1968's In Search of the Lost Chord.
Singer Justin Hayward, bassist John Lodge and drummer Graeme Edge were joined by Denny Laine but he didn't perform with them.
They were inducted in by Heart's, Ann Wilson.
Source: Ultimate Classic Rock