Inspired by the energy, magic and testosterone of one of the greatest, loudest rock bands of the U.K., New York City's rock 'n roll painter, Jason Gluskin, has crafted a tribute to The Who.
Gluskin saw The Who in the Fall of 2012 on the Quadrophenia tour. He was blown away by the magic and power that Roger and Pete channeled that night in Brooklyn. Jason was immediately compelled to transcribe the rawness and harmony of the band and their sound on canvas.
The image portrays a muscular Roger Daltrey, a catapulting Pete Townshend, a stoic John "Ox" Entwistle and the rambunctious Keith Moon in their glory (circa 1970-1972), playing in all their glory.
July 22nd, 2013
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