Band Announce Tiny Dates

Stadium rockers The Who are set to play two intimate fan club only shows this winter, it has been announced.

The band formed in London in the early 60s, and went on to become Mod idols with their pop art sound and innovative look. As the decade progressed the songwriting of leader Pete Townsend matured, resulting in the classic rock opera 'Tommy'. A sensational live band, The Who finally broke America with the album 'Who's Next' and spent the bulk of the 70s touring vast stadiums.

Now reduced to two original members, after the deaths of superstar rhythm section Keith Moon and John Entwistle, The Who remain a huge concert attraction. The band's last album 'Endless Wire' was released in 2006, and went Top Ten in both Britain and the United States.

The band have announced that they will play Indig02 on December 14th and 15th. Tickets for the show are only available to fanclub members via The Who's official website, and will be individually coded to prevent touting.

Tickets are available from 11am on October 24th.

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