Pete Townshend to Release 1986 ‘Face the Face’ Concert on DVD/CD
A show Pete Townshend taped with his Deep End band for a 1986 appearance on the long-running German TV series Rockpalast will make its official debut on DVD and CD later this year.
Roger Daltrey Records Pete Townshend’s ‘Let My Love Open the Door’ for Charity
The new version of Pete Townshend's biggest solo hit is being used in a campaign for Teen Cancer America, which Daltrey and Townshend founded.
That Time Pete Townshend Combined Music and Film on ‘White City: A Novel’
Pete Townshend attempted another concept album with 'White City: A Novel,' which also arrived with a film made from the same themes.
‘The Iron Giant,’ Based on the Book That Inspired Pete Townshend’s Musical, Returns to The…
More than 15 years after a disappointing box-office run seemed likely to doom it to obscurity, The Iron Giant is returning to theaters for a special theatrical engagement.
26 Years Ago: Pete Townshend Releases ‘The Iron Man’
Pete Townshend's musical, 'The Iron Man,' was released on June 27, 1989.
Pete Townshend Thinks the Who Are Finished (For Good This Time)
Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey have been clear about the Who's 50th anniversary dates marking the end of the band's large-scale touring, but in a new interview with MOJO, Townshend goes a step further, suggesting he's ready to close the book on the group completely.
Pete Townshend Rails Against New Classical Album’s Chart Snub
Pete Townshend worked with credentialed classical-music figures on his new symphonic reinterpretation of Quadrophenia. But that doesn't mean the project has been wholly accepted in those circles.
Pete Townshend’s New ‘Magnum Opus’ Will Begin With a Novel
Pete Townshend is already looking ahead to life after the Who's 50th anniversary tour, and it sounds like he's just as ambitious as ever.