The Who Boston Tickets
With multi-platinum albums such as Who Are You, Who’s Next and Tommy to its name, The Who is among the top bands in the psychedelic rock genre. The band has been praised by both critics and fans. For a nostalgic music experience, get The Who Boston tickets. This group has recently embarked on a world tour in which it will be performing in various countries. One concert is scheduled at the TD Garden Fleet Center, in Boston. This arena is the home of the Boston Bruins hockey team.
The Who is a rock band from London. It enjoys an increasing fan following around the world. TIt has given chart hitting singles such as “Substitute,” “Summertime Blues,” “I Can See for Miles,” “Won’t Get Fooled Again” and “You Better You Bet.” The Who recently released a live album titled Quadrophenia: Live in London. To attend this band’s upcoming concert, get The Who Boston tickets.
The Who was founded in London in 1964 by three school friends Pete Townshend, John Entwistle and Roger Daltrey. As of today, Daltrey and Twonshend are the only founding members left in the band. Some touring members currently with the group include Frank Simes on keyboards, Zak Starkey on drums and Pino Palladino on bass guitar. Among the hit records by the band are The Who By Numbers, Who Are You, My Generation, The Who Sell Out, Face Dances and Quadrophenia. The group is currently signed with Polydor and Republic Records.
The Who in the past has embarked on over twenty successful music tours. Its latest tour is titled 2014-15 (The Who Hits 50! Tour). During this tour, the band will be performing in cities including Abu Dhabi, Dublin, Glasgow, Belfast, Tampa, Miami, Houston, Edmonton and Calgary. The concerts of The Who are known to be sold out so it is always better to buy The Who Boston tickets in advance.
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