Sunday, March 25, 2007

The End of The Who in America?

This question arises after Pete's blog about cancelling a planned Who leg for North America in August. You can read it here:

Pete's Blog

Does this mean that The Who show for March 26 will be The Who's last in the U.S.? If Pete's concerned enough about Roger's health to cancel shows five months from now, who knows if he'll ever feel secure enough for The Two to take to the road again? We shall see.

Odd that it might end at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida. Oddest of all, however, that it will be FORTY YEARS AND ONE DAY PRECISELY since they first performed in the U.S., at the R.K.O. Theatre in New York as part of Murray The K's Easter bash.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I certainly hope not. I caught the show in Oklahoma City, OK on Friday the 23rd. It was tremendous. Roger looked fine and sounded pretty good (missed some high registers and screams). Every time I see them I think it might be the last time, but it's felt that way since the 1989 USA tour.

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