Tonight the Who will perform live in Madrid for the first time. They are going to play a second concert in Zaragoza on Saturday. This is the first time that the legendary pop group have played in Spain in their 42 year history.
The singer Roger Daltry (62 years old) and the lead guitarist Pete Townsend (61 years old) will be accompanied by Pino Palladino on bass, John Rabbitt Bundrick on keyboard, Simon Townshend (Pete’s brother) on guitar and Zak Starkey, (Ringo Starr’s son) on drums.
The Who began as Mods in the 60’s , their most famous songs include My Generation (1965) and the excellent sound track to the classic film Quadrophenia (1973), later moving on to rock in the 70’s. Following some turbulent years the group have returned stronger than ever and have started composing new songs once again to great critical acclaim.