The rock icon The Who is bringing their classic tunes back to the live stage once again, with shows beginning in November and stretching into 2013. The band has announced it will be performing Quadrophenia and More to adoring fans from coast to coast. While The Who hasn’t done much live performing in recent years, their stint as the Super Bowl halftime show in 2010 proved these seasoned musicians can still rock a stage. Discount The Who tickets have already seen so much demand, the band is beginning to schedule additional concert dates, beginning with a second show in Chicago. Those who want to catch a glimpse of rock history in action one more time should grab cheap The Who tickets as soon as possible before they’re gone completely.
Discount The Who Tickets Date Back Decades
The Who was first formed in 1964, by founding members Roger Daltry, Pete Townsend, John Entwistle and Keith Moon. The band quickly became known for their high-energy concerts that often ended with the destruction of one of their instruments. The Who first made a name for themselves in the UK, where band members hail from, before their popularity spread to the U.S. and throughout the world. Today, one would be hard-pressed to find a rock music fan who isn’t familiar with at least some of The Who’s hit songs.
The Who has enjoyed a long and illustrious career, with album sales of around 100 million, 17 top 10 albums and 27 top 40 singles. The band has sold out discount The Who tickets at concert venues worldwide, with many shows held at massive outdoor arenas to accommodate their huge fan base. The seasoned performers never disappoint, with an extensive play list that includes hits like “Pinball Wizard,” “Who are You” and “My Generation.”
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This year, the band is rocking crowds again with original members Townsend and Daltry joined by Zak Starkey, Pino Palladino, Simon Townsend, Chris Stainton, Loren Gold and Frank Simes. This show promised to be the concert event of the year, so get your discount The Who tickets now before they are gone for good.