On May 16, 1969, Pete Townshend kicked a man off the Who's stage. Turned out he was a plain clothes policeman. Oops.
Former Small Faces, Faces and Who drummer Kenney Jones has announced he will be reuniting with his old friends Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend for a benefit concert for prostate cancer awareness.
We match up the drummers of the Who and Led Zeppelin in this week's Clash of the Titans.
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.
On April 22, 1969, the Who performed 'Tommy' for the first time.
The Who will release a video document of their most recent tour, 'Quadrophenia: Live in London.'
The Who is promising a busy 50th anniversary year, including a world tour, a multi-format look back at its most recent 'Quadrophenia'-focused dates and perhaps even a new studio album.
It's hard to imagine the Who making it big without Keith Moon at the drum kit -- unless, that is, you happen to be Doug Sandom, the guy who sat there before him.
Were you always a little lost within the big-concept narratives of the Who's rock operas? Scared to admit that you really had no idea what Pete Townshend was getting at with 'Tommy' or 'Quadrophenia,' iconic though they may be? You're not alone: Who frontman Roger Daltrey, in fact, admits to some initial confusion, as well.