Who's Who set to rock Gala

Brian Cady brianinatlanta2001 at yahoo.com
Fri Apr 22 07:05:17 CDT 2005

>From The Southern Reporter (Scotland) at:

Who's Who set to rock Gala

AT THE height of their powers, the Who were one of the
all-time great British rock bands and for those not
lucky enough to see them, now is your chance to catch
the next best thing.

The UK's No.1 Tribute to The Who – Who's Who – will
play the Volunteer Hall on May 6.

Tickets priced £13 are on sale now from the Kozmic
Lounge and Clinkscale's in Galashiels, as well as
Spence's Music Shop in Hawick and Brown Newsagents of

Not only does the music contain all of the right
ingredients but a closer visual representation would
be hard to find. Even The Who can't resurrect the late
Keith Moon the way these guys have.

Drummer, Paul (Moonie) Kemp resembles Keith so much in
looks and playing style that Keith's mother invited
him home for tea when they met at a fan club

Who's Who's exciting live performances receive
incredible reactions and at one gig Pete Townshend's
brother, Paul, danced at the front of the stage for
the whole performance ecstatically declaring later
that the band were "astounding and brilliant".

The band is a five-piece and incorporates keyboards in
order to authentically reproduce the full
orchestration of the albums 'Who's Next',
'Quadrophenia' and 'Tommy'.

Who's Who was started in 1996 and have gone from
strength to strength playing to audiences of more than
7,000 people at festivals around the world. 
The band have played "Quadrophenia" in its entirety
and to celebrate the 35th anniversary of "Live at
Leeds" in 2005, they will be performing the whole set
including "Tommy" and "A Quick One".

-Brian in Atlanta
The Who This Month!

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