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Event Date/Time Venue/City  
The Who Apr 1, 2017
Sat 7:30PM
Royal Albert Hall
London, Greater London
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The Who is an English Rock band formed in 1964 and composed of four band members including the lead singer Roger Daltery, guitarist Pete Townshend, bassist John Entwistle and drummer Keith Moon. This band earned itself the title of the most influential rock bands in the 20th century with a whooping sale of 100 million records worldwide. Their popularity increased by the reputation they built on live shows and studio.

The Who, previously known as Detours, developed into part of pop art movement where they feature auto-destructive art.  This was a crazy art of destroying guitars and drums on stage. They released “I Can Explain” as their first single that amazingly reached the UK top 10 on the charts. Having reaches this far with their music toping in billboards they released a series of hit singles such as, “My Generation”, “substitute” and “Happy Jack”.

After a series of extensive tours in 1967, they released “I Can See for Miles” which was a massive hit. Their live appearances at Woodstock and several festivals along with the album “Live at Leeds” crowned them as the most respected rock band. With the success culminating, the pressure to offer more quality mounted on the lead singer who had to piece up all the creative bits to produce hit singles like “Won’t Get Fooled Again”.

The group suffered a tragic loss of Moon shortly after releasing the “Who are you”. However, this did not thwart their moral and after Kenney Jones took over, normal activity resumed in the band. In 1982, the group split but occasionally re-formed for major appearances such as Live Aid and an anniversary tour in 1989. Further plans for a new album ceased after Entwistle’s death in 2002.

The Whohave been greatest contributors to rock music including the famous development of Marshal Stalk and the use of the synthesizer. They have been a great inspiration to hard rock and punk rock upcoming artists. Until this day, their music receives regular exposure.

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