The punks will meet the godfather on May 28 at the Best Buy Theater in New York.
Pete Townshend started experimenting with a recording career outside the Who in the early '70s, but it would take him until 1980 to produce the album he'd later call his official solo debut.
Pete Townshend will be joined by Eddie Vedder for a benefit concert dubbed Celebrating the Who, to be held May 14 at the Rosemont Theatre in Chicago.
It's been nearly a decade since the Who released their most recent LP, 2006's Endless Wire, and it still looks like it'll be a while before fans hear another new album from Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey.
Kiss have been known to work the Who's 'Won't Get Fooled Again' into their concerts, but they probably shouldn't hold their breath waiting for Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey to return the favor.
In a new video talk with Ultimate Classic Rock, the Melvin's King Buzzo sings the praises of an unplugged Pete Townshend.
Two members of the Who sat in with Eric Clapton in Atlanta on Aug. 1, 1974.
The two surviving members of the Who will co-produce a British TV series about the London music scene of the mid-'60s.
Pete Townshend's musical, 'The Iron Man,' was released on June 27, 1989.
We look beyond the Who's hits for some more favorites.