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Graeme Edge

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Graeme Edge’s Birthday Highlights

Birth Name

Graeme Edge

Place Of Birth

Rocester, England

Age

80 years old (died on November 10, 2021)

Birth Date

March 29, 1941

Star Sign

Pisces

Graeme Edge Facts

Child Star?

No

Occupation

Singer, Songwriter, Musician, Poet

Net Worth

$16 million

Nationality

English

Chinese Year

Year of the Snake

About Graeme Edge

Graeme Edge is a singer, musician, and songwriter from England.

Graeme Edge is also known for writing songs for Moody Blues. He has also written the song 'Morning Glory'.

The Moody Blues were founded in 1964. Until 2003, they published 16 studio albums. Three of the albums peaked at number one in the UK charts. The albums titled 'Seventh Sojourn' and 'Long Distance Voyager' both peaked at number one in the US and Canada.

Some of the best songs of Moody Blues are 'Morning Glory', 'Nights in White Satin', 'Question', 'Go Now', and 'Tuesday Afternoon' are some of their best-known hits.

Graeme Edge Net Worth, Earnings & Spending Habits

What was Graeme Edge’s net worth?

Graeme Edge is a singer, songwriter, musician, and poet from England. Edge had an estimated net worth of $16 million.

How much did Graeme Edge earn per year?

Graeme Edge earned a huge net worth from his music career. Information regarding Graeme Edge's annual earnings is not known.

Height, Age & Physical Attributes

How tall was Graeme Edge?

Information regarding Graeme Edge's height is unknown.

How old was Graeme Edge?

Graeme Edge was 80 years old when he died. He was born on March 30, 1941. Edge died on November 11, 2021.

Childhood And Education

Graeme Charles Edge was born in March 1941 in Rocester, Staffordshire, England.

Family, Romance, And Relationships

Who were Graeme Edge's parents?

Information regarding Graeme Edge's parents is not available.

Who was Graeme Edge’s partner?

Graeme Edge married his first wife, Carol Edge, in 1969. Carol Edge was a London-based model and extra for television. The couple had a daughter named Samantha Zara.

Graeme Edge and Carol Edge divorced and separated around the beginning of 1970.

Graeme Edge eventually wed Susan Edge, his second wife. She was a typist who was her second wife. Unfortunately, Graeme and Susan Edge divorced in the middle of the ’80s.

Career And Professional Highlights

Best Known For…

Graeme Edge joined Denny Laine, Clint Warwick, Mike Pinder, and Ray Thomas. They founded a rock band named Moody Blues.

Edge laid the groundwork for the original R&B and rock band led by Laine. The band had UK chart-topping songs like 'Go Now'. They also had smash tunes like 'I Don't Want To Go On Without You', and 'From the Bottom of my Heart (I Love You)'.

Moody Blues released their first album titled 'Days of Future Passed' in 1967. Edge contributed to the poems 'Morning Glory' and 'Late Lament'.

Edge started writing songs for the band when they started Threshold Records later in 1969. The band's fifth album was titled 'To Our Children's Children's Children'.

What awards did Graeme Edge win?

Graeme Edge and the Moody Blues were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2018.

Other Interesting Graeme Edge Facts And Trivia

  • Graeme Edge is credited with developing the first electronic drum with Brian Groves.
  • Edge passed away from metastatic cancer on November 11, 2021. He died at his Bradenton, Florida, home.
  • Graeme Edge is a huge fan of 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine'.
  • Up until his retirement in 2018, Edge was the only surviving founding member of the Moody Blues who was actively active in the group.
  • Graeme Edge played Regal Tip drumsticks, namely their 5A type. He also played Zildjian cymbals, Remo heads, and DW drums.

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