If there was any doubt that the Who were one of the most ferocious live acts on the planet at the start of the ‘70s, Live at Leeds quashed it.
Cablevision’s new Freewheel Wi-Fi service knows what it takes to reach the highest high.
"Actually," noted Roger Daltrey when Forbes pointed out that he and Pete Townshend have been together in the Who for 50 years, "[it's been] 54 or 55. And," laughed Daltrey, "he’s as bloody difficult now as he always was."
The Who recorded one of their biggest hits on Feb. 7, 1969 with the intention of getting a good review from a critic.
As part of the Who's ongoing 50th anniversary celebration, which already includes a world tour, comprehensive hits collection and new single, the band will reissue each of its studio albums on vinyl, as well as a 7" box containing its first eight single releases.
The Teenage Cancer Trust, the charity founded by Roger Daltrey, has announced that its annual week of benefit concerts, which will be held on March 23-28 at London’s Royal Albert Hall.
The Who were one of rock's biggest bands of the '60s and '70s, releasing a series of classic albums that remain among the very best of their era.
After mucking about for a bit as the High Numbers, Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, John Entwistle and Keith Moon rechristened themselves the Who and got to work on the first single under their new name, 'I Can't Explain.'
The lineup for this year's New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival has been announced, and, like in recent years, it includes artists way beyond those jazz and heritage labels.
Keith Moon accidentally ran over his chauffeur on Jan. 4, 1970.