Tribute Band The Who Show Takes On Tommy and Quadrophenia
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Los Angeles’ The Who Show, the world’s premier The Who tribute band, returns to The Grove in Anaheim, four years after their sold out performances in a live stage production of Quadrophenia. This authentic recreation of the early-mid 1970s The Who concert experience will be performing concert versions of the classic rock operas Quadrophenia and Tommy. Along with other The Who songs, The Who Show recreates this timeless music with the gear, instruments, costumes, musical force, intensity and volume of the world’s most dangerous and loudest rock band!
In 2006 the band was featured as The Who in the live stage production debut of Quadrophenia premiering at the Grove in Anaheim, CA. In 2007 and 2009 The Who Show shot promo videos with Jeff Stein, the director of the legendary 1979 The Who documentary The Kids Are Alright.
Los Angeles band members and France DiCarlo (as Keith Moon), Jim Kennelly (as John Entwistle), Jim Ferguson (as Roger Daltrey) and Chris Propper (as Pete Townshend) form the ultimate The Who tribute supergroup. All four members of The Who Show are professional musicians with decades of national and international performing experience, and the band has musical equipment endorsements from major music companies including Premier Drums, Hiwatt amps, Rotosound Strings, EMG Pickups and Hartke Amps.