The Who Duluth Tickets
The Who are one of the most successful rock groups of all time. They have made their mark and have achieved legendary status due to the contributions they have made to rock music. The Who have gone on to achieve great success with the help of their chart-topping hits that allowed them to expand their fan base globally. Songs like I Can’t Explain, My Generation, Happy Jack and Substitute turned out to be massive hits and played a big part in turning The Who into an iconic rock and roll group. The band is now coming to the Gwinnett Center as part of “The Who Hits 50!”tour. Grab The Who Duluth tickets and watch as they grace the stage to deliver yet another epic performance.
The Who were incepted in 1964 and didn’t waste too much time in coming out with a succession of hits to cement their place as one of the most influential rock bands of the 20th century. They are now on their last tour and will be making a stop in your town. Book The Who Duluth tickets and watch them perform their greatest hits live on stage at the Gwinnett Center.
The Who shot to prominence for the first time in the UK with the track I Can’t Explain. Their debut album “My Generation” went gold in the UK as well. The Who then made their mark in the US with their album “Tommy” that went two times platinum.
They have released eleven studio albums in total. The Who have been described as “The Godfathers of Punk” and are on the list of the world’s best-selling bands of all time. They have also influenced many punk rock bands including the Six Pistols, The MC5, The Ramones and Green Day.
The Who are icons whichever way you look at it. They are members of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame along with the UK Music Hall of Fame. Seven of their albums have made it to “The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time” list by the Rolling Stones. Only the Rolling Stones, the Beatles, Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan top that. The Who are coming to Duluth to celebrate their 50th anniversary so this is your opportunity to see them perform live as they bring the house down once again.