The Who Tickets
The Who are a British rock band that first came to
prominence in the 1960s. The band grew in stature to become a
highly-regarded rock act and contenders for the title of greatest
rock 'n' roll band of all time. Except for periods of retirement from
1983 to 1988 and from 1990 to 1995, The Who has continued to
perform as a live act sporadically but with undiminished popularity.
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The Who are often lauded as the greatest live rock and roll band of all time. Noted for the dynamism of their performances and for their thoughtful and art-influenced music, they are also acknowledged as having been rock pioneers, popularizing, along with contemporaries The Kinks, the power chord and the rock opera (most notably "Tommy") under the leadership of Pete Townshend.
Their earlier "mod" albums, which boasted short, aggressive pop songs, Townshend's distinctive power chords, Keith Moon's explosive drumming, and constant themes of youthful rebellion and romantic confusion, were formative influences on punk rock and power pop, helping them earn the accolade "The Godfathers of Punk". In their early days, The Who were notorious for auto-destructive art displays, destroying their instruments at the end of shows.
The Who are set to release a new album in late-2006. It will be their first full studio album of new material since 1982's It's Hard. The new album will feature songs inspired by the Beslan school hostage crisis and contain the band's first mini-opera since "Rael" on 1967's The Who Sell Out. The new mini-opera is entitled "Wire and Glass". The Who have a number of tour dates scheduled in 2006.