The Who is an English rock band, originally made up of Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, John Entwistle and Keith Moon. The group was formed in 1964, and they had reached peak popularity by the late 1960s; 1969’s “Tommy” went double platinum in the U.S., and their follow-up album “Who’s Next” reached triple platinum and topped the UK charts in 1971. They released several top 10 albums over the next decade, charting all over the world.
However, The Who started to struggle in the early 1980s due to Townshend’s personal troubles, including the breakup of his marriage and the abuse of alcohol and heroin. The group broke up in 1983, but they partially reunited several times. In 2006, “Endless Wire” was released, marking the group’s first album after a nearly 25 year recording hiatus. The Who’s most recent tour was in the fall of 2008.
This fall, The Who will kick off their Quadrophenia tour. The group, who haven’t toured in four years, will begin the 36-date trip in Sunrise, FL on November 1. The tour is scheduled to wrap up on February 26 in Providence, RI. The English rock band rose to fame... Read more
Tickets to upcoming concerts from The Who are among the onsales for the weekend ending July 30, as compiled by TicketNews®. On July 18, The Who announced that they would be hitting the road on a tour of the band’s 1978 rock opera album “Quadrophenia.” The band, led by... Read more
This week marks the last chance to grab tickets to see The Who‘s North American tour, which is just one of the events closing during the week ending November 10, as compiled by TicketNews. The classic rockers, who brought such rock operas to life as “Quadrophenia” and the iconic... Read more
Today’s recap includes news about original Four Tops member Levi Stubbs and more as compiled by TicketNews on October 17, 2008. With Election Day right around the corner and the presidential race growing closer daily, musicians are doing all they can to pitch support behind their candidates of choice.... Read more
After a brief hiatus following a hugely successful world tour, The Who will return to North America for a very limited number of engagements starting October 21 in Detroit, MI. The Live Nation promoted tour has nine shows on the books so far concluding on November 9 in Los... Read more
More and more tours are finding themselves being routed into the music venues of casino resorts. The Borgata Hotel Casino and spa in Atlantic City, NJ, is a good example. The Eagles recently performed at this venue on July 17 and 19. The latest big name act to be... Read more
Tickets for the USC Trojans 2008 home football season and tickets for upcoming tour stops for The Who are on sale throughout the weekend ending July 21 as compiled by TicketNews. Starting off the weekend onsales are tickets to upcoming 2008 home football games for the USC Trojans. Going... Read more
The Who, who can never make up their minds about touring, have formally booked two shows in Los Angeles, CA for November 8-9 at the Nokia Theatre. The band’s website says more U.S. tour dates are to be confirmed soon. An Internet-only pre-sale will begin Monday, July 14, at... Read more
Tickets for The Who and tickets for the upcoming joint tour of Jordin Sparks and Jesse McCartney are on sale throughout the weekend ending July 14 as compiled by TicketNews. Starting off the weekend onsales are tickets to several shows featuring American Idol Jordin Sparks and re-invented teen heartthrob... Read more
The Rolling Stones and The Who are denying reports that they are signed up for the Live Earth concerts. However, there are a number of acts that have confirmed their participation in the 7/7/7 Wembley shows including Bon Jovi, The Foo Fighters, Sheryl Crow, Melissa Etheridge, Duran Duran, John... Read more