How the Who Said Farewell (Sorta) With ‘Who’s Last’
The Who have toured so much in the past couple decades that it’s amusing to think of the rock titans staging a “Farewell Tour” way back in 1982.
The Who’s ‘Live in Hyde Park’ Is Coming Out on CD and Blu-ray
The Who's Live in Hyde Park will make its way to the home market later this month.
Bill Murray Recalls the Time He Crashed the Who’s Party
Bill Murray has revealed how he ended up at the Who's lavish reception to celebrate the New York City film premiere of 'Tommy' in 1975.
Keith Richards Dismisses Led Zeppelin as ‘Hollow,’ Calls the Who ‘All Flash’
Keith Richards was asked to offer his thoughts on Led Zeppelin and the Who — and it went about as poorly as you might have already guessed.
Judas Priest, ’The Ripper’ vs. the Who, ‘Boris the Spider’: Rock’s Scariest Song Battle
The Who's creepy-crawly classic "Boris the Spider" takes on Judas Priest's serial killer anthem "The Ripper" in round one of our Rock's Scariest Song battle.
Revisiting the Soundtrack to the Who’s ‘Quadrophenia’ Movie
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.
How the Who Struggled With Getting Old on ‘The Who by Numbers’
The Who released 'The Who by Numbers,' a dark, mature collection of songs, on Oct. 3, 1975.
The Time the Who Cleaned Their Closet for ‘Odds and Sods’
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.