The Who

Legendary rock band The Who have announced they’ll be moving on in 2020 with more tour dates, not quite ready to close the books on their acclaimed MOVING ON!

The Who release the third track from their forthcoming critically acclaimed album WHO which will be released on December 6th on Interscope Records.

The new song ‘I DON’T WANNA GET WISE’ is described by Pete Townshend, ‘I wrote this in a mid-‘70s style, like a song from an album like ‘WHO BY NUMBERS’. Warning: don’t get old. You might get wise’.

Legendary rock band The Who will be revving up their acclaimed MOVING ON! TOUR for a handful of rescheduled shows next spring, returning to the U.S. to perform shows that were postponed during the fall leg of the tour due to singer Roger Daltrey’s brief illness.

The kickoff date is May 7 in Grand Rapids, MI with the band wrapping up the first leg of the tour June 1 in Toronto, ON. A much-anticipated series of fall dates will launch on September 6 in St. Paul, MN and conclude on October 23 in Edmonton, AB.  Tickets are on sale at LiveNation.com.  

In a season of terrific shows, this past weekend NYC venue the Brooklyn Bowl had what no doubt was a good one. The six-hundred capacity spaced filled itself full out for a towering, full-throttle night of rock music, delivered by two northeast area bands: Brooklyn’s Of Clocks and Clouds and Connecticut’s leading jam-funk band Kung Fu.

For WHO fans everywhere, the announcement of a brand new tour means only one thing:  the world’s most untameable rock band is about to deliver the goods once again. Never ones for nostalgia, singer Roger Daltrey and guitarist and songwriter Pete Townshend will be unleashing the combustible force that is The Who, with symphonic accompaniment this summer and fall in 2019.  Produced by Live Nation, The Who’s North American MOVING ON!

Classic rock music fans turned out on a beautiful summer night, Sunday, August 12th, to see legendary rock singer Roger Daltrey of The Who perform with his solo project band. Warm, dry winds buffeted the small amphitheater adjacent to the Vina Robles winery, perhaps the most beautiful outdoor venue in all of California.

Outside Lands celebrated its 10th year this August but at first glance, it runs like its been going on for much longer. The caliber of food, drink, performers, and even extra-curricular activities is unmatched on most other festival grounds.

The Who returns to North American this month for select tour dates and unique concerts.  Showing no signs of slowing down, Pete, Roger and entourage kick off on July 13 at Festival d’été de Québec followed by some east coast dates before settling into their six date Las Vegas residency at Caesars. Changing things up in September, the classical adaptation of Quadropenia that first debuted in London two years ago will premiere four dates in the states: Tanglewood, two night at The Met and one night at The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles.

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