The Who

GALLERY: The Who at Fenway Park

The Who brought their symphonic tour to Fenway Park as well as a taste of some new songs from their upcoming album WHO , which will be released on November 22nd. Photogaphy by Greg Caparell
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The Who, Telsa, Andrew 'Dice' Clay, Everclear

Friday September 13 The Who 7:00pm Fenway Park 4 Jersey St Boston, MA 02215 Tesla 8:00pm Lynn Auditorium 3 City Hall Square Lynn, MA 01901 Andrew DICE Clay Chevalier Theater Medford, MA Everclear 8:00pm Tupelo Music Hall 10 A Street Derry, NH 03038 Saturday September 14 Massachusetts Run For The...
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18 Groovy Facts You May/May Not Know About Woodstock

Today (August 15th, 2019) marks the 50th anniversary of one of the most famous music festivsals of all time: Woodstock. Although the festival is mostly known for legendary performances by artists like Jimi Hendrix, The Who, Carlos Santana and Janis Joplin, as well as being the crown jewel for the...
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34 Years Ago, LIVE AID Took The World By Storm

In 1985, the world would bear witness to one of the greatest music festivals ever assembled. Organized by Sir Bob Geldof and Midge Ure in the effort to raise funds to fight famine in Ethiopia, LIVE AID recruited some of the biggest names in music at the time, including Queen, David Bowie, U2, and...
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The Who Debuts New Song and Performs with Eddie Vedder

With word of a new album on the way, The Who gave fans a sneak peak for what they can expect during their concert at Wembley Stadium in London on their Moving On! tour. Accompanied by a live orchestra, The Who delivered a live performance of their new song, "Hero Ground Zero." Video of The Who-Hero...
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Foreigner, The Cars, Weird Al Yankovic and more Featured In "Stranger Things 3" Soundtrack

The long-awaited third season of the Netflix sci-fi series Stranger Things dropped on July 4th, and the series' soundtrack is already available via Legacy Recordings. Centered around all things 1985, the series' soundtrack sports very popular pop tracks by Madonna, Wham!, and Corey Hart. But it...
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Roger Daltrey Believes His Voice Will Be Gone Within Five Years

Roger Daltrey has been singing with The Who for over 50 years. Starting in the mid-60s, the band has toured the world and released 10 studio albums. But in a recent interview with Billboard , he believes that he will losing his singing voice sometime in the next five years. Daltrey, now 75 years...
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Singer Roger Daltrey of The Who performs on the first night of the band's residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace on July 29, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada

The True Meanings Behind The Who's Most Famous Songs

By Marty Rosenbaum The Who have produced countless hits throughout their career that've turned into generational anthems. While many of their hits may tell a story that listeners easily grasp on to, a few of them contain hidden meanings. Below are five Who songs that have interesting stories...
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 Singer Roger Daltrey (L) and guitarist Pete Townshend of The Who perform in 2017

The Who Perform "Won't Get Fooled Again" with Classroom Instruments on 'Fallon'

The classic song like you've never heard it before
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Watch The Who, Jimmy Fallon & The Roots Cover "Won't Get Fooled Again" on Classroom Instruments

On a recent appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend of The Who picked up their mini tambourines and ukuleles and joined Jimmy Fallon and The Roots for a classroom instrument cover of their hit song, "Won't Get Fooled Again." Video of Jimmy Fallon, The...
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