The Who - The Final Hurrah?
These legendary London rockers are back for what could be their last live blowout.
With a new album expected to be released next year, they're riding a new wave of interest as a whole new slew of fans get
to grips with the back catalogue of the 'My Generation' heroes. They're a true British institution and everyone vaguely serious
about music has to see them at least once.
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The Who Biography - Playing for a whole new '�Generation'
The band formed in London in
1964 by founder members Roger Daltrey (vocals), Pete Townshend (guitar) and John Entwistle (bass). The trio met at school
and played as the Detours until changing their name to its current moniker and meeting drummer John Bonham in 1964, who joined
the band and tragically died in 1980. Early singles 'I Can't Explain' and the seminal 'My Generation' launched them from a
covers band to a group releasing original material. They went on to have enormous success in the 1960s, with their 1969 rock
opera Tommy in particular seeing them carving out a unique, bombastic sound. 1973's Quadrophenia, the soundtrack
to the classic mod film, also stands out, but the last studio album they released was 2006's Endless Wire.
band are now, finally, expected to release new material, with an album scheduled for 2015. They're back with fresh impetus
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