The Who gives 2019 North American "Moving On!" Tour, first album with new songs in 13 years

The Who gives 2019 North American "Moving On!" Tour, first album with new songs in 13 years

To the THE WHO Fans everywhere, the announcement of a brand new tour means only one thing: The most indomitable rock band in the world is facing the delivery of the goods. Never for nostalgia, singer Roger Daltrey and guitarist and songwriter Pete Townshend will unleash the flammable force that is THE WHOwith symphonic accompaniment this summer and autumn 2019. Produced by Live nation, THE WHONorth American "Keep moving!" tour will bring its irresistible Powerhouse Rock brand to 29 cities starting in May (see tour schedule below). The kickoff event is May 7 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The first round of the tour ends June 1 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. A much anticipated series of autumn dates will begin September 6 in St. Paul, Minnesota and end on October 23 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The tickets will be sold to the public on Friday, January 18th LiveNation.com,

THE WHO will also release his first album of new songs 13 years later in 2019. On stage, the lineup is rounded off by the familiar WHO Player with guitarist / backup singer Simon Townshendkeyboardist Loren Gold, Bassist Jon Button and drummer Zak Starkeyand complemented by some of the best orchestras in the US and Canada.

THE WHOThe fan club pre-sale starts on Wednesday, January 16 at 10 o'clock local time and runs until Thursday, January 17, at 22 o'clock. Local time. Each ticket purchased online contains a redeemable code for a CD copy of THE WHOIt's upcoming album when it's released. This offer is for US and Canadian customers only and does not apply to tickets purchased through Resale. In addition, for each ticket, one dollar is sold from each ticket "Keep moving!" Tour will benefit Teen Cancer America,

The tour is THE WHO& # 39; s first return to the States since his residency in Las Vegas in 2017. In the same year, they made a limited number of shows after the year 2016 of the 50th anniversary celebrations had been made up. The band also drew praise for their extended North American run 2012-2013, a city of 36 residents "Quadrophenie" Tour with the band, which performs their 1973 rock opera in its entirety.

Comment on what WHO Fans can count on 2019 "Keep moving!" Trip, Townshend stated: "THE WHO will tour again in 2019. Roger has christened this tour & # 39; & # 39 Carry on!; I love it. It's what we both want to do. Continue with new music, classic WHO Music, all performed in a new and exciting way. Taking risks, not losing anything. We look forward to you all. Are you ready?"

commented Daltrey: "Be careful WHO Fans! Just because it is so THE WHO with an orchestra, it will in no way jeopardize the way Pete and I give our music. This will be full throttle WHO with horns and bells on. "