December 5, 2020

2000-04-11 – Asbury Park Press

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The Who will rock into the let
century.

British rock icons The Who an-
nounced yesterday a summer great-
esthits tour that will stop at the
PN C Bank Arts Center in Holmdel
on July 1. Tickets, a hefty
$35.50$152, go on sale at 9 am. Sat-
urday through Ticketmaster and
the arts center’s box office.

The tour coincides with the re-
lease of a new live album, “The
Blues to the Bush,” which was re-
corded last year at Chicago’s House
of Blues and in London. The music.
which includes Who songs never
before recorded, will be released as
a custom CD on which fans can se-
lect the songs they want in the
order they prefer and as a down-
load from the musicmakercom
Web site, according to The Who’s
Web site, thewholivecom

Guitarist Pete Townshend,
singer Roger Daltrey and bassist
John Entwistle, all original mem-
bers, will be joined by drummer
Zak Starkey, Ringo Starr’s son,
and longtime Who keyboardist
John “Rabbit” Bundrick for the

tour.

The arts center’s concert hotline
for more information is (732)
335-8698.