To celebrate the 50th anniversary of one of rock’n’roll’s all-time legendary bands, three Aussie artists are getting together for My Generation – 50 Years of The Who.

A little fact: The Who formed in 1964. Let that sink in for a moment. Those of you over the age of 30 were probably still foetuses or in your nappies, while those of you under the age of 30 didn’t even exist yet.

 

Graduating from the same school of rock as The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, and later inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990, The Who are just one of those bands that seem to transcend the bounds of generation – and they’re turning 50! 

 

In honour of this great milestone, Steve Balbi (of Noiseworks fame), Simon Meli (The Voice) and Ciaran Gribbin (INXS) come together to create a killer show dedicated to The Who. Also joining them is a five-piece band, including Jak Housden from The Whitlams on guitar. 

 

If you don’t want to miss out, remember to save these dates in your diaries: Tuesday April 1 at The Studio, Sydney Opera House; Friday April 4 at The Juniors Kingsford;  Saturday April 5 at Belmont 16s; Friday June 13 at Dee Why RSL; Saturday June 14 at Laycock Street Threatre Gosford; Friday June 20 at Revesby Workers Club; Saturday June 21 at Waves Wollongong; Friday June 27 at The Bridge Hotel Rozelle; and Saturday June 28 at The Cube Campbelltown.

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