The Who Selling Downloads of Shows from First 2015 Tour Leg


Story by Charles Ken

Classic rockers the Who offering downloads of the shows on their current tour leg

Can’t make it to one of the Who’s spring shows? Don’t sweat it. The classic rockers are offering audio downloads of every single show on the first leg of their 50th anniversary tour on its online store.

Downloads are released within two weeks of each show happening. A download of each concert runs $9.99 for MP3 or $14.99 for the better-quality FLAC format.

Considering this is the band’s 50th year, if you’ve never seen the Who before (like me) and want to see the guys before it’s too late, you’d better get to one of these shows. The Who’s full schedule is posted on the band’s official website.

The current leg of the Who’s tour set off on April 15 in Tampa, Fla., and will continue through a May 30 show in Forest Hills, N.Y. After the U.S. run, the guys will play some European shows, and then circle back to North America to kick off the second leg of their tour Sept. 17 concert in San Diego.

In other news, the Who postponed three dates on the tour this week to give Roger Daltrey a chance to rest his swollen vocal cords. Those shows will be rescheduled.



Posted by Charles Ken | Music, Rock, Rock News