The Who tribute coming to Stevenage

13:02 14 March 2014

Quadrophonia is coming to Stevenage

Quadrophonia is coming to Stevenage

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The ultimate tribute band comes to Stevenage this Saturday.

Quadrophonia will be playing a selection of The Who’s greatest hits, including Pinball Wizard and Magic Bus.

Having formed three years ago, the band is going from strength to strength and promise to get audiences as close as possible to the real thing.

Organiser Jennie Hurst said: “These guys are the real deal so I hope lots of people get the chance to check out their set.

“Their impression is absolutely uncanny and really makes you feel like you’re seeing the original line-up right in front of you. It’s definitely not one to miss.”

Quadrophphonia play the Coach and Horses pub this Saturday. Visit www.lemonrock.com/coachandhorsesstevenage

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