10 Years Ago: The Who Make a Grand (and Final?) Statement With ‘Endless Wire’
With Keith Moon and John Entwistle gone, Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey managed to find the time, energy and friendship to make a minor Who masterpiece.
Roger Daltrey Says Rock ‘n’ Roll Has ‘Reached a Dead End’
Roger Daltrey, the man who once sang "Long Live Rock," has declared that the genre is dead.
15 Years Ago: The Who Rule ‘The Concert for New York City’
Paul McCartney might have been the driving force behind the Concert for New York City, but the Who’s unbridled performance remains the brightest highlight that night.
The Who Announce Super Deluxe ‘My Generation’ Reissue
The Who's 1965 debut album will make its way back to stores this fall — and it's put on a whole bunch of extra weight over the years.
How a Urine Shortage Almost Ruined the ‘Who’s Next’ Cover Shoot
The Who were traveling back from a show when they happened upon a huge slab of concrete. So, why not urinate on it, right?
When the Who Scaled Back and Released the Classic ‘Who’s Next’
Pete Townshend was brimming with ideas as the '60s turned into the '70s.
If There’s a ‘Quadrophenia’ Sequel, It Won’t Have the Who’s Blessing
Who fans excited to see a sequel to Quadrophenia may want to temper their enthusiasm after reading what the members of the band have to say about rumors of a follow-up film.