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July 1, 2013

The Who Rock Liverpool

 

 

Photos by Dave Munn

 

The Twittersphere – @TheWho – started buzzing yesterday morning, as fans, young and old, mod and metro, made their pilgrimage to Liverpool’s Echo Arena to see The Who perform Quadrophenia (and greatest hits). And it hasn’t stopped buzzing since. The Who didn’t disappoint their audience and the stage production, directed by Roger Daltrey, of Quadrophenia, which has already been described in several press articles as the definitive Quadrophenia, met and beat expectations.

 

“An amazing gig,” writes Marc Waddington of the Liverpool Echo, “and as you sat through the video montage of momentous events from the year they formed through to now, you got a feeling that this band will never die, just as their music never grows old.”

 

Click HERE for Marc Waddington’s full review.

 

The Who take ‘Quadrophenia and More’ to Paris and Amsterdam this week before closing the tour on Monday July 8th at Wembley Arena, London. A few tickets are still available HERE.

 

 

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22 Responses to The Who Rock Liverpool

tracey carey says: July 3, 2013 at 5:01 pm

loved every moment on sun 30.6.13 at the echo arena , fab live band the arena was rockin , would love to rewind until sun afternoon and do it all again .

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rough mix says: July 3, 2013 at 6:34 am

It’s Tonight the Night..Paris ..
In spite of the fact I hate this place (POPB Bercy Arena..) I hope to keep a bright & souvenir of their performance.
My primary motivation is to the the show of the whole playing of the album..(maybe I wouldn’t travel so far and so expensively to see a “Who gig”)and to say a kindly greeting to our favorite composer and rock icon,Pete.

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stef says: July 2, 2013 at 9:31 pm

The Who was the BEST 21st birthday present I could ever have asked for! Loved them for years, especially the Quadrophenia album/film. The atmosphere was buzzing, all of the guys were absolutely brilliant, loved the stage set up and Bellboy with Keith Moon via the screens. Roger and Pete are still rocking strong. This was my first but not my last gig as long as they continue to tour, you have to see The Who live It just has to be done, fantastic!

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Steve Page says: July 2, 2013 at 8:13 pm

A very fine night in all respects and topping what was presented in the LG Brum by some margin.
Many good moments – Quad performed with some excellent playing and singing, an inadvertent loss of a count in provided a demo of just how much “oomph”! Pete’s electric sound is adding!
The sound was superb at what seems to be a brand new venue (the last time I saw The Who in Liverpool it was in a tent!).I see from previous comments that people rate this show – let me add I agree to that and more, it was the best I’ve seen for Donkeys years.
Thank you The Who.

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