GrayWoIf (el 13/12/14 a las 5:02 pm)
Can't wait to see them on the 50th anniversary tour next year
Vinnie V (el 24/04/15 a las 7:56 pm)
Vezonmodder (el 30/01/15 a las 11:30 am)
These guys still have a lot of energy. Always great to see that.
scott sailer (el 04/03/15 a las 6:31 am)
So happy Pete started playing elecric again. I guess thats the beauty of In
Roger DeBonis (el 25/02/15 a las 6:03 pm)
This is a great show, but cannot be in their top 50 compared to when Moonie
was alive! Zack at this point truly embraced the Moon style, as best as
humanly possible. Today, he plays in his own style, a far cry from this
show. Actually cannot watch him anymore! And Pino a nice guy and bass
player, but John is sorely missed!! Roger D, my rock singer hero, can
still belt with the best. Pete is Pete, old or not, he is the Crown Prince
of songwriting, innovation and legendary riffs and windmills! Greatest
live band ever! I actually get to play Roger in a Who Tribute band (
www.whotribute.com) and am among biggest fans on Earth. Hail The Who!!
Thundergod129 (el 22/05/15 a las 7:41 am)
Is it me or does the synthesizer on Bargain lag a little?
Marinela Ghotic (el 11/03/15 a las 10:33 am)
Peter Mirra (el 17/05/15 a las 9:50 pm)
F**K ME! Saw them 15 times. Including May 1968 Fillmore East first Tommy!
John Sund (el 25/03/15 a las 5:32 pm)
The Who in top form - WOW!!!!
Drummer Zack Starkey is doing a great job / Nigil Kennedy sits in on violin
in Baba O'Reilly - double WOW!!!
deathmetaldouglas69 (el 13/05/15 a las 10:14 pm)
As a bassist myself I recognized the ox as a bass god early on. What I do
not get is Pete Townsend not being recognized as a great LEAD guitarist.
Whether it is a SG, Tele or Strat he always sounds ace!