Moe. and Peeping Tom Join The Who On North American Tour

By (BI) Susanna Daniel

NEW YORK -- The Who is embarking on their first world tour in over 20 years, bringing along some of the hottest guest artists for their fans.

Indie-jam quintet moe. and noise rocker Peeping Tom are opening on select dates of The Who's North American leg of the tour, which kicked off on September 12th at Philadelphia's Wachovia Center.

Fans will get the chance to groove with Peeping Tom on September 21st at Holmdel, New Jersey's PNC Bank Arts Center.

Fans will jam with moe. on September 25th at Chicago's United Center, September 26th at Des Moines' Wells Fargo Arena, September 29th at Detroit's Palace of Auburn Hills and September 30th at Ontario's John Labatt Centre.

The Who, famous for their powerful music and energy on stage, will perform songs from their new mini rock opera, Wire & Glass, material from their upcoming studio album along with their greatest hits and rarities, certain to please long time fans. The new album, provisionally called "Who 2," and the band's first since 1982's It's Hard, is due out later this fall.

Every ticket sold for the tour will include a free Virtual Ticket membership in The Who Tour club. Updated throughout the tour, tour club members will be given an exclusive insider's look at every aspect of the tour. From rehearsals and preparations to coverage via audio and videos streams, downloads, set lists and news and much more.

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