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Fans of The Who Should “Wait For the Avatar Show”



The Who’s surviving members really could care less if you’d like to see The Who in concert. They’ve already written off America due to the increased expense of touring. Now, in a interview with the New York Times, guitarist Pete Townshend advised fans wanting to see The Who perform live to wait until the inevitable hologram concert in a few years.

“The Who isn’t [Roger] Daltrey and Townshend onstage at 80, pretending to be young. It’s the four of us in 1964, when we were 18 or 19,” Townshend explained. “If you want to see The Who myth, wait for the avatar show. It would be good!”

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Daltrey and Townshend aren’t ruling out further performances as The Who — in fact, just last week they took the stage for a pair of gigs as part of Daltrey’s Teenage Cancer Trust concerts. However, nothing else is on the books at the moment.

Instead, Daltrey will embark on a solo tour of North America beginning in June, while Townshend is promoting the return the Broadway revival of The Who’s Tommy, which opens officially at the Nederlander Theatre on March 28th.

Fans can also revisit The Who’s classic Live at Leeds, which celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2020 and remains arguably the greatest live rock and roll recording of all time.



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