The Total Who Show - Names You Might Know...

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Friday 26th October 2018

We're Talkin' 'bout your generation! Love The Who? Love live music played by bands passionate about entertaining you?

Then make sure you catch the Total Who Show by Johnny Warman's Magic Bus.

Get ready for two hours of all the hits and classics including Won't Get Fooled Again, My Generation, Pinball Wizard, Amazing Journey, Sparks, Who Are You, Substitute, 5.15, Squeeze Box, Behind Blue Eyes, The Seeker, I Can See For Miles and Love Reign O'er Me.

And all performed by top musicians who have worked with Roger Daltrey, David Bowie, Bruce Springsteen, Foo Fighters and The Small Faces.


The Total Who Show is one of The Best Live Band's that you will ever see and stars Johnny Warman, Greg Pringle, Steve Tilling and ex-band member from Rod Stewart’s band Gary Grainger on Lead Guitar, who is best known for co-writing ‘Hot Legs,’ ‘Do Ya Think I’m Sexy’ and ‘I’m Only Joking’ with Rod Stewart.

Gary Grainger performed with The Who at The Royal Albert Hall as Pete Townshend Roger Daltrey and Kenny Jones admired his remarkable guitar skills and incredible sound.

The Total Who Show’s drummer Greg Pringle auditioned for Pete Townshend and got the gig performing in all the last Quadrophenia Shows.  Johnny Warman on vocals has performed with Ringo Starr and his son Zak Starkey who he first met as a 13-year-old whilst Johnny was recording his first solo album at Tittenhurst Park where John Lennon recorded "Imagine." Johnny Warman also recorded and performed with Peter Gabriel, David Gilmour, Asia Humble Pie, and many more. He had hits in Australia and a Top Fifty hit in the US with Starship that got him his first Gold Disc.  Steve Tilling on bass has to be seen to be believed, he has it all! John Entwistle would have a huge smile on his face watching Steve tackling his amazing bass work. You can see these amazing performers during the Total Who Show at Weymouth Pavilion on Saturday 24 November 8pm in the Ocean Room – Tickets only £17.


"The greatest sixties band on the planet." Time Out Magazine

"Songs to delight the diehard fans aNd casual observers… played stunningly." The Herald

"If you want to see an electric performance by a band that loves music and loves what they do, go and see the Total Who Show by Johnny Warman's Magic Bus." Ridge Radio

TICKETS: - 01305 783 225