GrayWoIf (el 13/12/14 a las 5:02 pm)
Can't wait to see them on the 50th anniversary tour next year
JoshDone (el 30/11/14 a las 3:04 am)
The Who are the greatest fucking live act of all time. I can't believe
that geezers in the year 200 could put on as great of a show as this. It
T-Bone Boy (el 26/10/14 a las 2:29 am)
Pete Townsend sort of invented "hard" rock, but the melodies in his songs
are superior to many other groups, and this all began when? 1964? 1965?
Amazing! Keith's manic drumming, John's melodic hard
bass..............never gonna' see the likes of these three
again.......and, of course Roger's rockin' voice!
Michael Garcia (el 18/09/14 a las 5:00 am)
At least Pete's not playing inside an aquarium like he was when I saw them.
That was obnoxious. Also, that drummer's just fine. Quit comparing him
to Keith Moon. It's 2014, I think we can move past that now.
5jerry1 (el 05/01/15 a las 2:18 am)
I thought this was, in all, a fantastic performance, save the part where
Kelly Jones (correct name?) sang "Substitute." As for the others, they did
alright. The band saw fit to invite them onto the stage and perform with
them; good enough for me. But Jones didn't seem interested in even learning
the song. It was almost like an Open Mic Amateur Night gig. This was the
only clunker in an otherwise excellent show.
Carmelo Scarfo (el 24/01/15 a las 6:59 pm)
THE BEST DAMN BAND OF ALL TIME PLAYED EVERY WHERE AND ANY WHERE DA
BEST MY FAVORITE
S Light (el 24/08/14 a las 12:39 am)
There was a time when one talked about music the first thing someone would
say...."Beatles or Stones." My response was always...."The Who and
Zeppelin." Best bands ever.
01artist (el 06/01/15 a las 10:38 am)
Having Zak Starkey on drums is almost like have Kieth Moon back. Kindda
maybe. . .
PillCosby (el 25/06/14 a las 7:21 pm)
If there was only one rock band, it would have to be the Who for me.
Martin Kentari (el 21/01/15 a las 3:17 am)
What year is this?