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THE MUSIC OF TOMMY BY THE WHO PRESENTED BY WHO ARE YOU
Saturday, Sep 28, 2013 - 8:00 pm, $15.00



WHO ARE YOU VIDEO

They played The Linda last October and left the house cheering for more. They've played pre-shows for The Who in Boston and Philadelphia and toured the northeast United States, playing small theaters, casinos and outdoor events. And now, WHO ARE YOU-A CELEBRATION OF THE WHO brings their show back to Albany.

"THE MUSIC OF TOMMY by THE WHO plus THE WHO'S GREATEST HITS" is a multimedia presentation, complete with digital video and props and ALL of the legendary bands' songs. WHO ARE YOU captures the raw energy of a WHO performance, with a spot-on re-creation of their material. When you hear WON'T GET FOOLED AGAIN, you'll think you are listening to the record. With songs like MY GENERATION and MAGIC BUS, expect the unexpected, including the occasional smashed guitar. You are guaranteed a memorable night of unforgettable WHO classics

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