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Followers 1,824,775
Category Rock And Roll, Maximum R&b, Rock, Classic Rock
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About The Who
The Who are an English rock band that first formed in 1964 and grew to be considered one of the greatest and most influential bands in the world. They are also famed for their prowess as a live band - winning awards and being described as "possibly the greatest live band ever." The primary lineup consisted of Pete Townshend (lead guitar, vocals), Roger Daltrey (lead vocals), John Entwistle (bass) and Keith Moon (drums). The Who rose to fame in the United Kingdom with a pioneering instrument destruction stage show, as well as a series of top ten hit singles (including the celebrated "My Generation") and top five albums, beginning in 1965 with "I Can't Explain". They first hit the top ten in the USA in 1967 with "I Can See for Miles". The 1969 release of Tommy was the first in a series of top five albums for the group in the USA, followed by Live at Leeds (1970), Who's Next (1971), Quadrophenia (1973), and Who Are You (1978) among others. Keith Moon died in 1978. After that the band released two more studio albums, the top five Face Dances (1981) and the top ten It's Hard (1982), with drummer Kenney Jones, before officially disbanding in 1983. They reformed on several occasions to perform at special events such as Live Aid and for reunion tours such as their 25th anniversary tour (1989) and the Quadrophenia revival tours of 1996 and 1997. In 2000, the three surviving original members began to discuss the possibility of recording an album of new material. These plans were delayed following the death of John Entwistle in 2002. Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey continue to perform as The Who. In 2006 they released the studio album Endless Wire, which reached the top ten in the USA and UK.
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Band members
erstwhile Patent British Exploding Drummer can be found here www.facebook.comKeithMoonOfficial, The Official Facebook page of The Who., John Entwistle page is here www.facebook.comJohn-Entwistle, Pete Townshend's page is here www.facebook.comPeteTownshend. Roger Daltrey's page is here www.facebook.comRoger-Daltrey., and Mr Keith Moon
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What fans are saying
4 / 5
Really a fun show. Townsend may be better now than in his youth. An amazing guitarist. Daltrey's voice is still a unique instrument in its own right. However, age is taking its toll on those vocal chords. The orchestra was fantastic. I was pleasantly surprised how good the concert was. The sound in Xcel was amazing.
Xcel Energy Center St Paul, MN
Sep 28, 2019
5 / 5
This show was amazing, seeing Rock gods upon the stage with a live orchestra delivering the most powerful renditions of songs from their older albums and Tommy, and two songs from WHO! Releasing this year on November 22, 2019. I loved every second of this show and it was the best birthday present I ever had
Fenway Park Boston, MA
Sep 18, 2019
5 / 5
First time seeing The Who. I was impressed with presence both Pete Townsend and Roger Daltrey still have on stage. Both still give it their all and the set list could not have been better. The orchestra was a perfect compliment! If you have a chance, don’t miss seeing them before it’s too late.
FedExForum Memphis, TN
May 15, 2022
4 / 5
Last time I saw Roger by himself, he lost his voice halfway through the show. So I wasn’t sure what to expect. Other than Roger forgetting a few lines, they sounded great! Pete Townsend can still wale on the guitar! And with the orchestra backing them, every song was great.
The Guitar Hotel (in Seminole Hard Rock Hollywood) Hollywood, FL
Apr 24, 2022
4 / 5
Sound issues start to finish. Daltrey and Townsend pissed off first due to the sound nor working in Daltrey's ear piece and then at each other. Shortly after Townsend had words with someone in the first few rows. CLASSIC!!! A rock show and drama! 🎸
Amalie Arena Tampa, FL
Apr 28, 2022
4 / 5
Despite some sound problems between Townsend’s guitar and Zak Starky’s drums , I Can’t Explain got the audience to their feet! The set list included songs from Tommy and Quadrophenia, (plus some of the old favourites) with orchestral backing was something very special. Two hours of magic!
Royal Albert Hall London, United Kingdom
Mar 20, 2024
Salah Eddine
5 / 5
I love the who, they’re amazing. Roger, Pete, Keith and the rest were fantastic. However, the sound was a bit distorted, I think it’s the venue’s problem … it was my first time in accor arena and I wish the sound was cleaner and better tuned
Paris La Défense Arena Nanterre, France
Jun 24, 2023
5 / 5
The show was fantastic!!! Roger's voice is still amazing and Pete can still windmill that Strat in epic fashion. Their back up band was phenomenal and the full orchestra was awesome!! The set list was a who's who of classic Who songs!! Such a good time!!
TD Garden Boston, MA
May 20, 2022
5 / 5
They still got it!! Having seen them on the moving on tour. Rogers voice appears in even better form. Pete still has energy for windmills and both only sat down for one song!. 77 and 78 never looked so good!
Scotiabank Arena Toronto, ON
Oct 05, 2022
3 / 5
Rogers voice was great but doesn’t really have that rock n roll vibe anymore. Pete still can rock out. Unfortunately the crowd was a bunch of boomers who only wanted to sit so I had to stand in the aisle to fully enjoy the show.
Hollywood Bowl Hollywood, CA
Oct 15, 2019

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No, The Who is not currently on tour and doesn’t have any tour dates scheduled for 2024-2025. Browse related artists and follow The Who for the latest updates on upcoming concert tours.