Concerts on the Common: American Who

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Category: Rock

Foxboro Common
1 Cocasset St,
Foxborough, Massachusetts 02035

The American WHO is the hottest tribute in New England celebrating the Passion & Power of THE WHO, an incredible recreation of one of the greatest British rock bands from the 1960s to the present.
The band presents an exciting and aurally authentic show, that brings the sound of this legendary band to life. Powerful, unpredictable, charismatic and packed with the unstoppable energy and American WHO presents a virtual “Who’s who” of both classic songs and deep cuts that bring back the memories of Leeds, Woodstock, Isle of Wight and other historic shows.

Fronted by David Erin Wilson’s dynamic and “spot on” Daltrey vocals, David Tessier’s power-driven guitar chords & Townshend acrobatics, Patrick Crann’s driving Keith Moon rhythms and on-stage antics, Tom Reid’s melodic and precise Entwistle bass runs, and rounded out with John “Sven” Songdahl’s keyboards, American WHO delivers the sounds and energy of the classic lineup.

Unlike many tributes, The American WHO doesn’t go for recreating the entire studio sound, they prefer to ROCK IT like the WHO did when playing LIVE back in their heyday with the Thunder, Lightning and Vocals that made them the greatest live act ever. The American WHO gives you an authenticity that you rarely find. Playing around New England in the clubs, casinos, featured in Bike Week Laconia and across New England, the AMERICAN WHO is a show not to be missed!