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Pete Townshend painting The Who Story

Featuring a band of the finest musicians and the world’s No.1 Roger Daltrey sound-alike, this celebration of The Who's music is a powerful, high energy concert recreating the music of the world’s greatest rock band.

When space allows the show is backed with an impressive, sometimes poignant - sometimes emotional, huge backdrop film documenting the band’s timeline, this production promises an unforgettable journey through The Who’s awesome catalogue.

The Show

The production can be staged anywhere from a medium-sized club venue, theatres and up to festivals and has the option, where space permits, to  be  enhanced by a huge backdrop video documenting The Who’s illustrious career timeline.  The show features all of The Who’s greatest hits from albums such as Who’s Next, Who Are You? Tommy and Quadrophenia. Plus, huge anthems such as Won’t Get Fooled Again, Baba O'Riley and My Generation which are certain to have the audience on their feet in a mass singalong.

With their smash-hit theatre tour of 'Quadrophenia, the album, LIVE!' under their belt (culminating with film stars, Phil Daniels, Trevor Laird and Jane Horrocks on stage with them at a sold-out show in Brighton) the world's finest tribute to The Who will be out on the road  again 2024.


Doug Freeman - Lead vocals

Tom Tolson - Guitar/vocals

Colin Jones  - Keyboards/horns/percussion

John Nicholls - Bass guitar/vocals

Steely Thatcher -  Drums

"wild night way beyond expectations.stunning vocals and electrifying sounds . A night we will never forget. Absolutely amazing!!"

Richard Green - 2019

"If you close your eyes it could be The Who ! And I've been going to see them since 1970 when I was 15 !!"

Ken Milligan - 2019

"A stunning night of music recreated by The Who Tribute, and whilst you might ask yourself, “Why should I care?”, the answer is simple, because The Who and their music has stood the test of time with honour and Quadrophenia is the living proof of that.”

Liverpool Sound and Vision - review Quadrophenia show 2019.

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