I bought concert tickets recently.  The last pair I bought was for the GNR show at Wrigley Field that is being pushed back year after year.  So this purchase felt really good.  It's not even an artist I care too much about.  In hindsight I probably shouldn't have spent money on it because I'm a little embarrassed to even mention who it is to a "rock & roll crowd".  So, I'll keep it on the down low for now and just tell you to check out live music on our radio station.

Sunday's show includes sets from Robert Plant, Bad Company, U2  and your headliner, The Who Live In Concert!

97X proudly presents "Live In Concert". Tune in every Sunday night for 2 hours of classic concerts from the biggest names in rock It's Live In Concert, Sunday nights at 8pm, on Your Classic Rock Authority, 97X.

Your headliner for Live in Concert on 97X is The Who on “The Kids Are Alright" tour at Universal Amphitheater, Universal City, CA, August 24, 1989

To celebrate their 25th anniversary, The Who reunited for “The Kids Are Alright” tour. On the next Live in Concert, we’ll go back to a legendary performance from this tour, captured live at the Universal Amphitheater in the L-A area. It was August 24th, 1989. Don’t miss rock legends The Who! They’re headlining the next Live in Concert.

 

  • Plus don't miss live performances from Robert Plant @ Ace Hotel, Los Angeles, CA, October 8, 2016
  • Also a great set from Bad Company @ Wembley Arena, London, England, March 9, 1979
  • And don't miss U2 @ Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney, Australia, November 27, 1993

Live in Concert is on every Sunday at 8 o'clock. The perfect way to wrap up your weekend and prepare for the week ahead. By cracking another couple Sunday beers...which are some of my favorite beers of the weekend. To tune into 97X either on the radio at 96.9 fm or on our mobile app on your phone.

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