British rock legends ‘The Who’ perform in Pittsburgh

London natives ‘The Who’ came to Consol Energy Center as their sixth stop on the Quadrophenia Tour. Sunday, November 11 the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers played to a crowd of fans of all ages. The two remaining original members Roger Daltrey, singing lead vocals, and Pete Townshend, playing lead guitar, rocked the house. The additional touring members consisted of Pete’s brother Simon Townshend on backup guitar and Ringo Starr’s son, Zak Starskey, on drums. The group is ranked number 3 on’s list of the Top 50 Rock Bands, and they are also listed as the Guinness World Record holder as the loudest band. The band is almost fifty years old, but don’t let their age fool you; they still play just as hard as they ever did. And although they didn’t smash their instruments like they’re known for, they still put on an awesome show.



Uniontown High School online school newspaper Tomahawk Talk

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