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The Who

Verizon Center, Washington, D.C.
(November 3, 2008) (Owen Sweeney III / Baltimoremusic.org)

Comments

  1. Avatar wrote:

    04:14 PM, Nov 25, 2008

    Pete's solo shows kick ass too! See one if you haven't.

  2. Scout wrote:

    04:09 PM, Nov 25, 2008

    I would agree, easily the best show I have ever been to.

  3. Avatar wrote:

    04:05 PM, Nov 25, 2008

    And they put on a great show! Something that people half their age don't manage most of the time.

  4. Heavy Metal Infant wrote:

    04:02 PM, Nov 25, 2008

    Even if they're old, they're apparently not tired. Man these guys tour constantly. At least everyone's getting a chance to see them! My first concert was Roger Daltrey when I was 9 years old.

  5. just G wrote:

    03:56 PM, Nov 25, 2008

    they said..."hope I die, before I get old"

    so maybe they're not old?

    it's all relative

  6. Scout wrote:

    03:25 PM, Nov 25, 2008

    Not that they are dead now, but it could be anytime, they often say so themselves.

  7. Scout wrote:

    03:25 PM, Nov 25, 2008

    I was so happy I got to see these guys before they died.