The Who

The Who's 'Tommy' Returning to Broadway in 2021

The Who ’s Tommy is returning to Broadway in 2021. The show that helped prove rock operas work on-stage originally ran for two years starting in 1993 and is being reworked by original director Des McAnuff . “Our new production of Tommy will be a reinvention aimed directly at today,” he said in a...
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Eddie Vedder Peforms With The Who in Front of Wife and Daughter

If The Who are in Seattle, you can count on Eddie Vedder being close by. One of the band’s biggest fans and friends joined them on-stage during their performance at T-Mobile Park. The Pearl Jam frontman, sporting a Union Jack blazer, joined Roger Daltrey , Pete Townshend and company towards the end...
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The Who, Aerosmith Cancel Shows After Singers Lose Voices

Sometimes it seems like bands like The Who and Aerosmith will go on forever, but both rock and roll hall of famers were reminded this week that they’re not invincible. On Wednesday, The Who had to cut their show in Houston short because singer Roger Daltrey was losing his voice. The band had been...
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The Who Announce New Album Title, Release Date; Share First Single

The Who have made all the talk about a new album official. It will be called, simply, WHO , and it will be released on November 22. Along the the announcement, Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend are sharing the lead single from their first studio album in 13 years. “Ball and Chain” is a politically-...
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The Who Perform New Song, Narrow Down Album Release Date

The Who are building momentum towards the release of their first new studio album in 13 years. Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend gave their new song “Big Cigars” its U.S. debut during their show at Madison Square Garden over the weekend. The track was originally released as “Guantanamo” on Townshend...
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Woodstock at 50: 7 Performers Who Are No Longer With Us

It has been 50 years since just a few more people than expected made a pilgrimage to the middle of nowhere in upstate New York for Woodstock. By the time the music and arts festival that lasted parts of four days was over, an estimated 400,000+ had unknowingly taken part of history. From August 15-...
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Roger Daltrey of The Who: 'Woodstock Wasn't Peace and Love'

At 5am on Sunday August 17, 1969, The Who took the stage at Woodstock. The festival which became the touchstone for a generation and a symbol of the spirit of the 60s is 50 years old this month, with many looking back on fond memories of the landmark event. Not Roger Daltrey . The frontman for The...
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According To Science: These Are The Loudest Bands In The World

When you go to see a band perform live, you bring with you certain expectations. You hope they'll play your favorite song. You hope there will be lots of beer. And of course, you hope that it's going to be a very loud night. But just how loud are you willing to go? The average person will start to...
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The Who's Roger Daltrey Urges Concert Goers To Wear Earplugs After Becoming "Very, Very Deaf"

Like many rockstars in the '60s and '70s, living life to the fullest without consequence was part of their wild lifestyles. But now that it is 2018, many of them are feeling the effects of their younger days. According to The Mirror , The Who's Roger Daltrey revealed during a solo show that his...
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3-Day Classic Rock Festival Featuring Paul McCartney & The Rolling Stones Confirmed

It would seem that the rumored music festival with six of the top-shelf rock and roll megastars in its lineup is true. Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones , Neil Young, Roger Waters, and The Who will all be gathered in the same place for one incredible rock-filled weekend! "This once-in-...
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