50 years of flying with The Who

  • David Harris
  • January 20, 2017
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A lot has changed in the worlds of music and logistics in the fifty years since four young guys leveraged their success as a rock band in England to start touring. One thing that hasn’t changed in all those years is that The Who still work with IAG Cargo to move their shows from town to town and country to country.

The two remaining members of the original band, Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey have said their current 50th Anniversary tour will be their last, and, to mark the event, IAG has put together three short videos. We include those three below, and follow it with a fourth, of The Who live in concert way back when, playing a song which may be particularly appropriate for today…

IAG Cargo and The Who

A mid-tour interview with Roger Daltrey

Putting one of the early shows together

Something to think about on a day that many people either hope or fear will change the world. And, even if you’re not particularly worried or excited politically, you can enjoy some of the finest bass playing in the history of rock music…

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