The Who Columbus Tickets
One of the most popular rock bands of the 60’s, The Who have made a huge impact on the music industry. They have headlined sold out shows and remained in high demand throughout. They have come up with several chart-topping singles that have opened the doors to superstardom allowing them to rule the hearts of millions. The Who’s rise to fame was imminent as they garnered several awards and released one hit after another to become global stars. The band is coming back to entertain fans. They will soon step on the stage at the Nationwide Arena to rock the house with their hit tracks. Book The Who Columbus tickets and watch them perform as part of “The Who Hits 50!” Tour live.
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The Who is an English rock band that was formed in 1964. They are considered one of the most influential rock bands of the 20th century. They have contributed a lot to the world of rock music by coming up with several number one singles including My Generation, Happy Jack and I can See for Miles that helped the group achieve global success. They are now coming to the Nationwide Arena as part of their final tour so book The Who Columbus tickets as it will be your last chance to see the legendary group live.
The Who made their presence felt when they released their debut album titled My Generation in 1966 which was certified gold in the UK. They enjoyed both critical and commercial success and went on to release eleven studio albums including a couple of rock operas. The Who have been labeled as “The Godfathers of Punk” and have influenced many proto punk and punk rock bands including the Six Pistols, The MC5, The Stooges and Green Day.
The Who have had a stellar journey to the top. They have won some of the most prestigious accolades in the business along the way too. They received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the British Phonographic Industry in 1988. They were also honored with an induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990. The Who have imprinted their mark on the music industry forever and rock music fans will forever be in their debt because of that.