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"If you want a truly incredible live WHO experience like no other,go see these guys! WHO ARE YOU recreate the sound on stage that will make any WHO maniac smile..If your a true WHO fan like me for over forty years, you will not be disappointed...Pure genius,high energy,and a fantastic sprinkle of WHO ARE YOU putting their own little touch on the greatest music ever made.."// Rob A.-Oswego, NY

“It was a fantastic musical experience with a balance of faithful reproduction of the Who and your personal signature/interpretation..” // Tom R.-Marborough, MA


The music of The Who defined a generation, and more, has successfully managed to withstand the test of time. When it comes to pop music, success is measured by longevity, and songs like “My Generation,” “Won’t Get Fooled Again” or “Behind Blue Eyes” are just as relevant now as they were when Pete Townshend penned them decades ago.


No one wrote quite like him, as no voice compares to Roger Daltrey’s and no rhythm section quite measures up to the bar set by John Entwistle and Keith Moon. However, Massachusetts-based tribute band, Who Are You, have dedicated themselves to providing the most authentic Who experience they can.


Who Are You, boasts a complete repertoire of Who favorites ranging from the early classics like “I Can’t Explain” and “Magic Bus,” to songs from their more mature years like “Baba O’Riley” and, of course, “Who Are You.” The band also performs the band’s revolutionary album, “Tommy,” which defined the term “rock opera,” in its entirety.


Playing venues throughout the US and Canada, Who Are You brings their audience an exciting multimedia experience that aims to recreate the sheer power that drove The Who to their reputation as one of rock ‘n’ roll’s best live acts.


Carl Dixon-Lead Vocals & Harmonica

Garrett Lechowski-Lead Guitar, Vocals, Electronics

Brian Burd-Bass, Vocals

John Kiernan-Drums


Carl Dixon remains one of Canada's stellar singers and musicians (Coney HatchThe Guess Who, and April Wine.) He tours and records extensively as a solo artist, band member and inspirational speaker.


Carl was critically injured in a car accident in Australia in 2008 suffering traumatic brain injury. After years in recuperation & sporting a few titanium bits, Carl fulfilled his goal and returned to The Guess Who as lead singer for two special shows in 2016.  Carl's breakout band CONEY HATCH is back louder and tighter than ever 30+ years after their first record deal.


Carl's first book "Strange Way to Live" was published by Dundurn Press in 2015 and remains one of their best sellers.

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