The Who will begin the European portion of their 50th anniversary tour a little later than planned.
Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend will play a two-leg, 38-concert 2015 North American tour in celebration of the Who's 50th anniversary.
With all of the compilations the Who have released over the years, it's easy to forget that their studio output boils down to a mere 11 albums.
Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend have returned to work on some new music as the Who, but don't expect the debauched revelry of days past.
In the early ’70s, after failing to realize his ‘Lifehouse’ concept as a rock opera and movie, Pete Townshend began work on what would become the Who’s ‘Quadrophenia’ album.
Making videos has been a pain in the neck for most major artists since the advent of MTV in the early '80s, but it's a nuisance that's hard to avoid if you want to get your new music out in front of the widest possible audience -- unless you're the Who, that is, and you have 50 years of live footage to fall back on.
In 1974, Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey were too busy creating the film version of 'Tommy' to devote any sort of time to a new Who album.
The Who's first new song in nearly a decade will arrive in record stores on Oct. 27 as part of the band's new 'Who Hits 50!' collection, but you don't have to wait until then to hear it -- in fact, you can listen to it right now.
The Who will append their first new music in eight years to a forthcoming 50th anniversary compilation.
Co-written by Pete Townshend, the movie adaptation of the Who's 'Quadrophenia' marked a definitive departure from the earlier 'Tommy.'