— "that horn section brought this entire experience to another level." Kevin Triebsch, The Examiner review of The Who's Quadrophenia Tour.
— "La pièce suivante The Dirty Jobs fut magnifiée par la section cuivre." "The next piece The Dirty Jobs was magnified by the brass section." Le Journal De Québec review of The Who's Quadrophenia Tour.
— “You know that we could have carried around a few hundred more musicians and it would have sounded roughly the same,” Pete half-joked. Barclays Center, Brooklyn New York.
— "Overall the playing--with the help of the two horns and three keyboards--flawless and often thrilling." Scott Mervis, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
— The crowd immediately leapt to its feet for 5.15,which featured an absolutely stunning run by the brass section. annecarlini.com review of The Who's Quadrophenia Tour
— "was augmented with keyboards and brass, and the musicians seized all the music’s dynamics, from delicate to explosive." Jon Pareles, New York Times review of The Who's Quadrophenia Tour.
— "The Who as explosive, stately, challenging as you remember." Bernard Perusse, The Gazette review of The Who's Quadrophenia Tour.
— "The pair are joined by a stellar touring band that features bassist Pino Pallidino, drummer Zak Starkey and guitarist Simon Townshend (Pete’s brother), along with a number of additional musicians brought on to help bring ‘Quadrophenia’ to a live setting." Spencer Kaufman, Ultimate Classic Rock.
— "The Who Stage 'Quadrophenia' at Triumphant Brooklyn Concert." Andy Greene, Rolling Stone.
— "Augmented by three keyboards and two horns, Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend, with long-time cohorts Simon Townshend on guitar, Pino Palladino on bass and Zak Starkey on drums, set out to duplicate faithfully “Quadrophenia” and its blend of rock, ballads, English music hall and repeated motifs." Jim Fusilli, Wall Street Jorunal review of The Who's Quadrophenia Tour.
— "The Who review: Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey clear high hurdle during 'Quadrophenia' tour performance at Barclays Center." J. Faber, NY Daily News.
— "The Who at Barclays Center: Concert Review." Frank Schneck, The Hollywood Reporter.