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The sixties: The who


This British rock band is one of the most important for the sixties and seventies Real scene beasts, this quartet, with “the Kings”, laid the foundation for a purely British rock. They are also the authors of “Tommy” , a phenomenal rock opera.
The origins of the group date back to 1962. The excellent bassist John Entwistle joined the Detours, a group led by a certain Roger Daltrey, singer and guitarist. Soon, another guitarist, Pete Townshend joined the training. He is a childhood friend of Entwistle.In 1964 the group will take for the first time the name of The Who, at the suggestion of a friend of Pete Townshend. Fun fact: a fan aged of merely 17 years takes the place of the drummer at a concert in London. His play is so powerful and inspired that he joined the group. His name is Keith Moon.
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The Who Rock Band Still Rocks!


The Who bock band, a popular rock band from Great Britain, became one of the legends of the 1960’s. Their classic rock style continues to shake scenes for the young and young at heart. The Who Rock Band still performs and concert tickets can be purchased anywhere from $139.00 up to around $800.00.

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