Justin's nickname is Jus.
In 1986, Justin's older brother Richard died from a heart attack at age 41.
Justin wrote Nights in White Satin about his wife, Marie.
Justin's favorite sound is the Skylark.
Justin did a War of the Worlds tour in 2006, which gave him the opportunity to work with Jeff Wayne again.
Justin regards working in the recording industry as a privilege.
Justin received an Ivor Novello Award for composing and songwriting.
Justin has recorded 26 albums with The Moody Blues.
The Moody Blues decided to take a hiatus from recording together in 1974. During this time, Justin recorded the song Forever Autumn, which topped the charts.
Justin's song, Night's in White Satin, was The Moody Blues' most successful recording.
Before joining The Moody Blues, Justin was in a band called The Wilde Cats.
In addition to singing, Justin plays guitar, bass, piano, keyboards, drums, percussion, sitar, harpsichord, and tabla.
Justin and Ann have one child.
Justin has been a member of The Moody Blues since 1966.
Justin is 6' 1 1/2 " tall.
In 1978, Justin Hayward sang The Eve of War and Forever Autumn on Jeff Wayne's musical version of War of the Worlds.
Justin Hayward: You have to experience promiscuity in your teenage years to know where the boundaries are, so that by the time you are in your mid-20s, you should know what is promiscuous and what is not.
Justin Hayward: I cherished every moment in Lubbock, Texas because I had been day dreaming about it since I was a boy listening to Buddy Holly.