While the members are considering putting out another album do not confuse the fact that you will not see them together on tour again. That while 2 hours on stage performing hits for adoring fans is considered fun and exciting, Roger Daltrey tells People magazine that time on the road is not what it used to be. Don’t get him wrong, they plan on playing music until they drop they just plan on doing it from anywhere, but the road.
This tour is not in celebration of the bands 50th anniversary. 2015 is just another year, just the year the Who decided to do their last world tour in. The band spent the last few years playing Quadrophenia throughout America and Europe, doing very well playing new stuff for fans. But people don’t come out to a show on tour for new stuff, Daltrey says they will center the show on their vast catalog of hits. This tour they plan on playing the hits that fans know, love and expect. Having 50 years of experience and the only two members to maintain have been Roger Daltrey and Pete Townsend. The Who have received many awards and accolades from the music industry, they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990, the UK Music Hall of Fame in 2005.
Their fan base stretches across generations to include people from all walks of life. This band and their love of music shows in every work they put out and will continue to stand the test of time. Future generations will forever enjoy the many years of hard work this band is leaving as their legacy. You do not want to miss your last chance to see these legends perform live in a city near you. Get The Who Tickets to secure tickets for you and your entire group as the Who makes their final World Tour.