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Eddie Vedder Performed With the Who at a Charity Benefit Last Night

Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder appeared at the Who's "Who Cares About the Next Generation" charity performance in Los Angeles last night, where he played a backyard…
Brennan Carley / June 1, 2016

The Forthcoming ‘Quadrophenia’ Sequel Sounds Like a Wild Ride

A sequel to the 1979 film Quadrophenia, inspired by the Who's 1973 album of the same name, will reportedly start filming in London this summer. The news comes a…
Anna Gaca / May 29, 2016

Paul McCartney Confirmed to Play Festival With Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Roger Waters, and the Who

Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Roger Waters, and The Who are confirmed as performers at Desert Trip, the fest's organizers GoldenVoice have announced.
Anna Gaca / May 3, 2016

Coachella Organizers Round Up Dylan, McCartney, the Stones, and More for a Historic Festival

Goldenvoice, also known as the organizers behind Coachella, are planning a giant, historic festival featuring some of the biggest, most iconic names in rock music:…
Rachel Brodsky / April 16, 2016

The Who Play ‘Fallon’ in First Late-Night Performance in a Decade

Correction: An earlier version of this story stated that the Who had not played on late-night television in 50 years. They played Letterman in 2006.
Rachel Brodsky / March 5, 2016

Liam Gallagher and Roger Daltrey Performed ‘My Generation’ on ‘TFI Friday’

Ex-Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher and the Who's Roger Daltrey formed an unlikely one-off supergroup last night. The British TV show TFI Friday enlisted the pair,…
Colin Joyce / June 13, 2015

The Who’s Roger Daltrey Threatens to Cancel Concert After Smelling Weed

Seeing (or smelling, as the case may be) somebody light up a joint in the middle of a packed concert crowd is pretty much an…
James Grebey / May 22, 2015

Elton John, Ryan Adams, Wilco, and More to Play New Orleans Jazz Fest

Festival lineup announcement season is in full swing, and today, the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival revealed an impressive roster of artists of its own.
James Grebey / January 12, 2015

The Who Shout Out Daft Punk on Their New Song, ‘Be Lucky’

The Who turn 50 this year and to mark the occasion, co-founders Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey are releasing a two-disc retrospective collection called Who…
Colin Stutz / September 25, 2014

Pete Townshend Forced to Issue Statement Saying He Likes One Direction

Just weeks after One Direction fans threatened GQ editors with all manner of unspeakable tortures, the Who co-founder Pete Townshend is feeling their wrath on the…
Dan Reilly / August 15, 2013

Photos From the 12-12-12 Concert for Sandy Relief

Last night, every famous musician in the known universe showed up at Madison Square Garden to help raise money for Hurricane Sandy relief. Maybe you…
Ken Bachor / December 13, 2012

The 36 Most Memorable Moments at the 12-12-12 Concert for Sandy Relief

Where were you when Nirvana reunited, fronted by Sir Paul McCartney, at the biggest concert in the freaking world? Well, if you had the pleasure…
Chris Martins and Kory Grow / December 13, 2012

Mick Jagger’s Junk and Marvin Gaye’s Blow: The Juiciest Revelations from Pete Townshend’s Memoir

The fall flood of music memoirs continues unabated this week with the release of Pete Townshend's Who I Am (Harper Collins). If Townshend, now 67-years-old,…
David Marchese / October 10, 2012

Memoir Mania: What to Expect from Cyndi Lauper, Pete Townshend, and More

Vice recently published a piece likening the proliferation of cancer memoirs to the spread of a deadly disease. So does that make the recent spate…
Chris Martins / September 17, 2012

Meet the Who Fans Who Found Their Canceled 1979 Concert Tickets

When news broke that the folks promoting the Who's upcoming concert in Providence, Rhode Island would honor tickets from the group's canceled 1979 appearance in…
Kory Grow / August 1, 2012

The Who Will Honor Tix From Canceled 1979 Gig at 2013 Show

The Who will be rewarding fans who haven't bothered tossing out canceled concert tickets from a show 33 years ago during their upcoming Quadrophenia tour…
Devon Maloney / July 20, 2012

Bob Dylan and The Who Are Heading to an Arena Near You (Separately)

Bob Dylan may never stop touring, but he hasn't announced an arena-level trek in six years — until now. His fresh dates starting next month…
Devon Maloney / July 19, 2012

Rockfest Will Bring U2, Led Zep, Who Films to the Big Screen

UPDATE (April 25): Good news, Beatles fans: that concert doc The Beatles: The Lost Concert — The Birth of Beatlemania in America, which captures the…
Devon Maloney / April 24, 2012

Best & Worst Super Bowl Music

With the feel-good storyline of the underdog New Orleans Saints winning Sunday night's big game 31-17 and taking a championship home to their once-ravaged city,…
Peter Gaston / February 8, 2010

Top 10 Who Super Bowl Moments

British classic-rock coots the Who played a much-discussed halftime set at the 44th Super Bowl Sunday night, and we've got the Top 10 highlights:…
Charles Aaron / February 8, 2010
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