Prudential Center Newark, NJ. – Last week, rock royalty The Who came through the Garden State on their “Quadrophenia and More” Tour making a stop at the Prudential Center to play their classic rock opera “Quadrophenia” in it’s entirety.
Drummer Zak Starkey, son of Ringo Starr.
Some 50 years later, The remaining members are still rockin’ out harder then ever. They still remain one of the most influential rock bands of the 60’s and 70’s.
Bassist Pino Palladino and Simon Townshend.
I grew up listening to The Who…and as a huge fan of live music…I can’t believe I’ve never gone to see them perform. There were actually quite a few bands this year like The Who that I held in high regard yet never seen them perform live until this year [Springsteen, Kiss, Aerosmith to name a few]…
I Am the Sea
The Real Me
Cut My Hair
The Punk and the Godfather
The Dirty Jobs (Simon Townshend lead vocals)
Is It in My Head?
I’ve Had Enough
Sea and Sand
Love, Reign O’er Me (followed by band introductions)
Who Are You
Behind Blue Eyes
Won’t Get Fooled Again
Tea & Theatre
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