The Who

Woodstock at 50: 7 Performers Who Are No Longer With Us

It has been 50 years since just a few more people than expected made a pilgrimage to the middle of nowhere in upstate New York for Woodstock. By the time the music and arts festival that lasted parts of four days was over, an estimated 400,000+ had unknowingly taken part of history. From August 15-...
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Roger Daltrey of The Who: 'Woodstock Wasn't Peace and Love'

At 5am on Sunday August 17, 1969, The Who took the stage at Woodstock. The festival which became the touchstone for a generation and a symbol of the spirit of the 60s is 50 years old this month, with many looking back on fond memories of the landmark event. Not Roger Daltrey . The frontman for The...
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The Who Debut New Song, Perform with Eddie Vedder in London

The Who pulled out all the stops for their big gig at London’s 82,000 seat Wembley Stadium on Saturday. In addition to playing classics like “Pinball Wizard” and “Baba O’Riley,” Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend debuted a new song from their forthcoming album. Backed by an orchestra, The Who...
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The Who To Perform "Tommy" In Full On 2017 UK Tour

The Who have confirmed they will play 1969 album Tommy in full on their April 2017 UK tour. This will mark the first time since 1989 the band has performed Tommy live in its entirety. (Photo by USA Today)
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