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Tickets For The Who Concert For Sprint Center May 5 in Kansas City MO On Sale Now At PenWeb

Tickets For The Who Concert For Sprint Center May 5 in Kansas City MO On Sale Now At PenWeb

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New Brunswick, NJ – The highly anticipated concert by The Who hits Kansas City, MO on May 5th and PenWeb has a small amount of choice seats at discount prices. PenWeb is a leading and trusted fan favorite ticket resource for rock concerts and The Who is one of the greatest performance bands in history. This tour could be the last for Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend so diehard fans are anxious to see the show by these legendary British rockers. PenWeb also has tickets for upcoming shows in Florida, Raleigh NC, Georgia, as well as the Austin TX and Houston shows.

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When it comes to rock bands, The Who are certainly well-known and well loved. They got their start as rock was just becoming popular as a genre, and their music played a role in the success of later bands, like Queen and U2. They also had a role in bringing rock opera to the forefront.

The band came on the scene in 1964, and their members including Keith Moon, John Entwistle, Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey. Their first album was entitled “My Generation,” and it was a success almost immediately. Just four years later, they were thrust back to the top of the charts with Tommy, which was the first rock opera album. Coupled with a Woodstock appearance and another album, entitled Who’s Next.

The 70s were mostly good to The Who’s. They were touring often and had a number of releases, including Quadrophenia, The Who by Numbers and Who Are You. Who Are You achieved multiple platinum successes and the band enjoyed a hit single off of that album, also called “Who Are You.” Things turned tragic for the band, however, when Keith Moon died less than a month after the album was released.

The band decided to continue, and Kenny Jones joined as the new drummer for the albums Face Dances and It’s Hard. The albums fared pretty well, but some fans felt that the band was departing from its previous sound and were disappointed in the songs. Pete Townshend also began his struggle with addiction during this time period, and as a result, the band went on a farewell tour to say goodbye to their fans. Townshend continued to struggle in his personal life, and The Who did not have much of a musical presence in the 80s and 90s.

In 1996 and 1997, the living members of the band got back together and went on tour. In 1999, they had several more musical performances and then went on tour of the United Kingdom and United States in 2000. Two years later, they had several more shows together before Entwistle died that summer. Daltrey and Townshend powered through their United States tour, and they even released another album in 2006, entitled Endless Wire. They then went on tour again. The men took it fairly easy until they went on a North American Tour in 2012 and 2013.

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