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2007-01-10 – Northwest Herald

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The Who set to perform March 5 at Sears Centre

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The Who will perform
March 5 at the Sears Centre in
Hoffman Estates.

Tickets are $54. $79 and $99
and go on sale at 10 am.
Monday To order by phone. call
1-888—SEARSTIX or visit
www.searscentre.c0m. A
limited number of “gold circle"
tickets for $204 each are also
available. The opening act will
be The Tragically Hip.

The Who have been on tour
since last spring, performing
classic rock radio staples
including "Won’t Get Fooled
Again." “Who Are You" and
“My Generation," as well as
material from the band’s latest
CD. Released in October,
“Endless Wire" is The Who‘s

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first studio album since 1982's
"It's Hard."

Recent performances. includ-

ing a Sept. 135 stop at the United
Center in Chicago. contained a
run-through of "Wire & Glass."
Pete Townshend‘s mini-rock
opera. The Who will also play
selections from the band's most
famous rock opera. “Tommy."
Guitaristx'songwriter

Townshend and singer Roger
Daltrey are the only founding

members remaining in the
influential hard rock group.
Drummer Keith Moon died in
I978 and bassist John Entwistle
died in 2002. On their current
tour, Townshend and Daltrey
are joined on stage by John
"Rabbit" Bundrick on key-
boards. Pine Palladino on bass,
Zak Starkey (Ringo Starr's son)
(m drums and Simon
Townshend ( Pete's younger
brother) on guitar and vocals.
Townshend and Daltrey pre-
viously reunited for the Live 8
concert in London‘s Hyde Park
and a 9 11 Benefit Concert at
Madison Square Garden.

, Bryan Wa wzenek,
North West News Group