The Who Are Coming To St. Paul This Fall With A Symphony
Prepare yourself Minnesota, as we won't get fooled again as The Who are headed back to the #BoldNorth. The British rock vets website confirmed a Sept. 6 date at Xcel Center on their newly announced 2019 tour, which will feature a symphony for accompaniment at every show along with songs from a new album and deep cuts.
Dubbed the Moving On! Tour by Daltrey, the outing will follow the release of the band’s first new album since their 2006 album “Endless Wire”. The band will have a new bassist for the outing after the late John Entwistle’s replacement Pino Palladino moved on to tour with John Mayer. Drummer Zak Starkey (Ringo’s kid) and Townshend’s brother Simon will again be a part of the group, which last played in town at Target Center in 2016 on a 50th-anniversary trek.
The Who debuted in 1964 with a trio of anthems "I Can't Explain," "The Kids Are Alright" and "My Generation." Since then they have delivered to the world hits such as "Baba O'Riley," "Won't Get Fooled Again," "Pinball Wizard," "Who Are You," and" You Better You Bet."