The Who joins forces with Eddie Vedder for a massive concert at Wembley Stadium in London on Saturday 6 of July.
The Who already planned to release a new album this year and what a better way to promote it than going on tour. The band will be in America and Canada this fall. As for Europe, their wembley show has been confirmed as european exclusive by Live Nation UK. The rock legends will then go back to the States in September. You can see the post below:
The English rockers will be accompanied on stage by Eddie Vedder. Pearl Jam frontman follows an identical path with The Who as he also will be releasing a new album with his band. But Eddie has other dates lined-up for him in Europe, including a festival headline slot at Firenze Rocks 2019. Kaiser Chiefs will also accompany this unforgettable line-up.
You can see the poster of the show below:
The Who are an English rock band formed in 1964 by Roger Daltrey (singer), Pete Townshend (guitarist), John Entwistle (bass guitar, died in 2002) and Keith Moon (died in 1978). Throughout the years, the band have established themselves as one of the most popular of all time. Their live appearances at the legendary Woodstock Festival and Isle Of Wight among others have made them become one of the most spectacular, and influential rock bands of the 20th century. Indeed, they sold over 100 million records worldwide, and were inducted into the Rock’n’Roll Hall Of Fame in 1990. Listen to a live version of their anthemic song “My Generation” at Woodstock 1969 below.