Roger Daltrey & Dan Bern at Murat Theatre

Roger Daltrey & Dan Bern Tickets

Murat Theatre at Old National Centre | Indianapolis, Indiana

Roger Daltrey & Dan Bern

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Roger Daltry will ignite the Murat Theatre stage this June 17 as he brings his 2024 tour to Indianapolis! Yes, you are reading that right. The Who's frontman will embark on a solo tour that promises to bring the band's greatest hits and his own to some of the most prominent venues in the US. And if you are in the Indianapolis area this summer, you will get the chance to immerse yourself in the tour's stop at the iconic Murat Theatre at the Old National Center. This Thursday evening is guaranteed to bring nostalgia as Daltrey performs The Who's hits and his own, including "Written on the Wind," "Free Me," "Without Your Love," "Under a Raging Moon," and many others. Joining him on the stage is the Grammy-nominated Scottish singer Dan Bert. With these big names sharing the stage, you are in for a memorable evening that is one for the books. Secure your tickets today. Grab yours by hitting the "Get Tickets" link.

Representing the art-pop/ hard-rock fusion during the rock & roll era, The Who dominated the second wave of the British invasion. Their style opened doors for the popularization of the pop and rock subgenres. "Tommy," 'Who's Next," "Endless Wire, and "Who" are among their biggest releases. Their contribution to the rock scene is evident today. They started with volatile energy, which became a hard rock insignia. Other contributions include the power chord, windmill strum, pop art fashion, and the use of random noises in a song. Their powerful performances made waves to the scene decade after decade as they influenced the next trailblazers of the scene. Pink Floyd, Queen, Guns n' Roses, Green Day, Pearl Jam, and Panic! At The Disco are among the long list of bands that took inspiration in their one-of-a-kind stylings. Their greatness made them recognized as one of the founding fathers of heavy metal.

As the legacy lives on, the remaining members continue to spread the eclectic energy of the band to today's rock enthusiasts. Leadman Roger Daltrey has been with the band since the start. Even more than 50 years since their rise in the 60s, he never fails to bring The Who to the consciousness of the new generation.

This year, the rock icon will be on a rare tour, which will bring him to theatres in the US. This tour will see him performing "mostly acoustic set of Who gems, rarities, solo nuggets and other surprises with an intimate rock-based band and setting as well as answering questions from the audience."

This rock-based band he will be bringing with him to the road includes guitarist Simon Townshend (brother of his longtime The Who co-member Peter Townshend), mandolin performer Billy Nicholl, percussionist Jody Linscott, guitarist Doug Boyle, bassist John Hogg, violinist Katie Jacoby, harmonica player Steve Weston, keyboardist Geraint Watkins, and drummer Scott Devours.

This tour will reach the Meadow Brook Amphitheatre on June 25. Performing with him and his band for this concert is one of the greatest songwriters of today, Dan Bern. Bern is known for writing thousands of songs for himself and for other artists. His biggest records include "God Said No," and "I'm Not The Guy."

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Roger Daltrey & Dan Bern at Murat Theatre at Old National Centre

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