Who is at the Cube is a statement, not a question. The Who was one of the greatest rock bands of all-time. Formed in 1964, they were renowned for awesome live shows, crazy on and off-stage antics and were also credited with creating two of the greatest rock operas of all time – ‘Tommy’ and ‘Quadrophenia’.
Now for the first time in Australia, to celebrate The Who's 50th anniversary, three of Australia’s finest singers have banded together to create an unforgettable tribute to this remarkable rock band. The show is called My Generation: 50 Years of the Who and is the creation of Ciaran Gribbin (INXS), Steve Balbi (Noiseworks), Simon Meli (The Widowbirds & ‘The Voice’) with a red-hot band led by Jak Housden of The Whitlams.
The Who produced an amazing musical journey with hits including: My Generation, Substitute, I’m A Boy, Happy Jack, Pictures of Lily, I Can See for Miles, See Me Feel Me, Won’t Get Fooled Again, You Better You Bet and Who Are You? and Pinball Wizard. The Who was part of the ‘Mod Movement’, playing R&B music in stylized tailored suits, before morphing into an unruly proto-punk band famous for smashing their instruments at the end of live performances. That probably won’t be happening at The Cube.
My Generation: 50 Years of The Who happens at The Cube on Saturday, June 28 – doors open at 7:15pm and the show starts at 8:00pm. Rydges Campbelltown is right next door for all your accommodation needs.