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The Who Postpone Three Shows So Roger Daltrey Can Rest His Voice

Vocal problems for Roger Daltrey have forced the Who to put off a trio of scheduled shows, beginning on Tuesday.

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Warner Brothers Records

36 Years Ago: The Who Play First Concert With Kenney Jones

Kenney Jones, a former drummer with the Small Faces and the Faces, later admitted that the very idea of anyone replacing Keith Moon in the Who was ludicrous. 

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Cedric Ribeiro, Getty Images

Pete Townshend No Longer Finds the Who’s Concerts ‘Fulfilling’

Just because you're great at something doesn't mean it's fun for you. Just ask Pete Townshend.

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The Who to Release 1982 Concert Film From Shea Stadium

The Who will release a concert film from Oct. 13, 1982, for the first time as part of their 50th anniversary celebration.

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YouTube

Hear Pete Townshend’s New Classical Version of ‘Love Reign O’er Me’

Pete Townshend's new classical version of "Love Reign O'er Me" reworks the Who's 1973 classic features the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, but no Roger Daltrey.

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Steve Wood, Hulton Archive, Getty Images

46 Years Ago: The Who Debut ‘Tommy’ in Concert

On April 22, 1969, the Who performed their new work, 'Tommy,' for the first time.

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Jason Oxenham / Cedric Ribeiro, Getty Images

Pete Townshend, Eddie Vedder to Perform a Who-Themed Benefit

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.

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Tim P. Whitby, Getty Images

Roger Daltrey ‘Hammered and Chiseled’ Into Shape for Who Anniversary Tour

Life on the road can get painfully complicated for rockers of a certain age, and Roger Daltrey has the doctor bills to prove it.

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Cedric Ribeiro, Getty Images

Roger Daltrey Wants the Who to ‘Stop at the Top of Our Game’

The Who have started other tours believing they were bidding farewell to the road, but Roger Daltrey knows the group's 50th anniversary dates are definitely the "last big tour we'll ever do."

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Larry Busacca, Getty Images

Roger Daltrey Says Pete Townshend Is ‘Talking About’ a New Who Album

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.

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